Congratulations EOP Graduates!
The EOP Commencement Ceremony is the time to celebrate your resiliency and success to graduation with your family, friends, and supporters! Our EOP ceremony is a time to come together with your EOP family and loved ones in an intimate environment where we can honor each other for achieving this milestone of obtaining a Bachelor’s degree. As EOP students, we have overcome many challenges and barriers to get to this point, and we cannot wait to come together to revel in all that you have accomplished.
Please note that our ceremony does not take the place of SDSU’s Commencement Ceremony
The decision to attend the main campus' ceremony, your departmental ceremony, and/or EOP's graduation ceremony is at your discretion. We encourage you to attend all three if possible! Additionally, EOP will not be providing official university degree certificates. These will be mailed by the University after the degree is conferred.
Please wear your cap and gown to celebrate in this significant occasion!
We hope to see you there!
Your EOP Family
We invite you to RSVP for graduation below. Please see the specific details for your campus:
SDSU, Imperial Valley Campus
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Time: 4-6 PM
Location: Southern Area of Library Addition
-Please RSVP no later than April 10, 2018-
SDSU, San Diego Campus
Date: Friday, May 4, 2018
Time: 5-7 PM
Location: Montezuma Hall, Student Union
-Please RSVP no later than April 24, 2018-
We invite students to also apply for our special recognition awards:
Students will be recognized in one of the following categories:
· EOP Outstanding Academic Excellence
· EOP Outstanding Community Service Award
· EOP Outstanding Persistence Award
1. EOP Outstanding Academic Excellence:
Students must have a grade point average of 3.0 or higher, be involved in research, have participated in professional and academic societies, as well as in departmental activities, etc.
2. EOP Outstanding Community Service Award:
Students should have community service outside of the SDSU campus, including volunteer work, within the medical, social service, theatrical, artistic, cultural, political entities, etc. In addition to work within the SDSU community such as in student organizations, student government, college councils, the Daily Aztec and KCR radio, housing, fraternity/sorority life, athletics, honor societies, etc.
3. EOP Outstanding Persistence Award:
Students who have overcome obstacles in their undergraduate career and have continued to graduation in spite of this difficult situation. This should be evidenced by the development of positive, ethical decision-making skills.