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Students in EOP Transitional Program

First Contact

SDSU EOP

SDSU EOP

SDSU EOP

SDSU EOP

SDSU EOP

SDSU EOP

SDSU EOP



Come visit the LSC Area

 

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EOP Learning Support Center(LSC) is offering tutoring & workshops during this Fall semester. Please click here to see this semester's tutoring schedule.


If you have any questions please visit the LSC homepage for more information.

 

 



   

Prospective Students


  • Fall 2018 Prospective Students Applying to SDSU for Fall 2018? Are you low income and first generation to go to college?

    1. Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) application will open on CalSate Apply beginning October 1 for the Fall 2018 academic year.
    2. You MUST be admitted to SDSU in order to be admitted to EOP!!!
    3. The SDSU EOP Application deadline for Fall was January 15, 2018.
    4. DEADLINES for the EOP program at other CSU campuses are available on the CalState Apply website. applicants are responsible for submitting their EOP application and checking their status at each campus of interest.
    5. The EOP application consists of three parts; a biographical statement, two letters of recommendation and proof of family income- click here for how to apply.
    6. It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure their application is complete. To check the status of an application, call the EOP Office at (619) 594-6298 Monday- Friday after 2:00 pm, and before 4:30 pm. Have your RED ID number available.
    7. Per our CSU guidelines, you are no longer eligible to join EOP once you have begun attending a CSU. You cannot apply next fall term. This is a one-time opportunity!
    8. Applying to other CSU's? do not forget to apply for EOP as well. Deadlines will vary please visit the Cal State Apply status page to check.
    9. Click here for information on how to send application documents.
  • CASH FOR COLLEGE

    Need help filing your Financial Aid (FAFSA OR CA Dream act)? Check out the Cash For College Workshop provided by CAL SOAP programs. San Diego and Imperial county students check out the CAL Soap Events website

    * Other CA CAL SOAP programs can be searched for on CA Student Aid Commission http://www.csac.ca.gov/doc.asp?id=216
   

Current & Incoming SDSU EOP Students


Register for the 20th Annual EOP Ceremony

Click here to RSVP for the main campus ceremony
Click here to RSVP for the Imperial Valley campus ceremony

EOP Newly Admitted Incoming Students

Click here for more information on first contact orientation

  • Want to Get Involved

    Whether you're a student leader, an advisor, a member of an existing organization or looking to start a new one; here's where you'll find everything you need to know about student organization events, policies, procedures, services, and resources.


    With more than 300 different student organizations at SDSU, there's guaranteed to be something here for you!

   
   
   

Undocumented/AB 540 Students


  • Fall new students are now eligible for EOP!


    What is an AB 540 student? An undocumented student who meets certain criteria and able to pay in-state tuition.


    Quick Tips for AB 540 students filling out a college application:


    1. Fill out all information correctly, including questions pertaining to you or your parents’ residency. If you do not answer accurately you may be classified as a foreign student and subject to nonresident tuition fees!
    2. If you do qualify for AB 540 status, please self-identify as such for SDSU admissions and EOP.
    3. Follow up on all requests and/or forms from your campus regarding residency questionnaires. If you have concerns or questions call the Admission office and ask for residency personnel that can help you. Everything stays confidential!
    4. Adhere to deadlines! This is VERY important as you may miss out on important information or opportunities.
    5. Fill out CA DREAM ACT–NOT the FAFSA. Even if you have been provided with a Social Security number via DACA; this is for work purposes only. You must use the same name as listed on CSU Mentor for CA DREAM Act to ensure proper matching. Filing the incorrect form will DELAY your financial aid award.

    The AB 540 web page has been updated with valuable information. Please visit the AB540 page for scholarships and other useful resources.