The Extended Opportunity Programs & Services department's outcomes assessment process is documented and described below. For more details, please contact the department chair, and view the rest of our department website.
The mission of EOPS is to serve low-income and educationally disadvantaged students by providing academic support services to assist students in achieving their educational goals.
The mission of CARE is to assist EOPS students who are single-head of household and receiving county aid to succeed in college and to help expand their educational and job training opportunities.
These outcomes are on a regular cycle of review, during which they
are updated and revised. For assessment details and timelines see
links for progress reports in right side column.
After receiving services from EOPS students should be able to:
Explain the purpose of an
educational plan for establishing and
Understand and meet the requirements for remaining in the EOPS program. (ILO: 1/Critical Thinking and Information Competency; 2/ Communication; 4/ Personal and Career Development)