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Spring 2020 EOPS Book Awards
Book Award Expires Friday, April 24

​EOPS book awards are awarded to continuing EOPS students who complete all MRC requirements during the previous semester and are eligible to receive full program benefits, and to new students on a first come, first served basis until funds are depleted.  The lists below indicate which EOPS students have been granted an EOPS book award this semester:

EOPS Spring 2020 Book Award Approved List - List 1 - 1-23-2020.pdf
(available to use at bookstore starting Monday, February 3, @ 9am)

 
(available to use at bookstore starting Monday, February 3, @ 9am)

 
EOPS Spring 2020 Book Award Approved List - List 3 - 2-4-2020.pdf
(available to use at bookstore starting Tuesday, Febrary 4, @ 11:30am)

 
(available to use at bookstore starting Thursday, February 6, @ 8am)

 
(available to use at bookstore starting Tuesday, February 11, @ 12:30pm)

 
(available to use at bookstore starting Wednesday, February 12, @ 12:00pm)

 
(available to use at bookstore starting Thursday, February 13, @ 12:00pm)

 
(available to use at bookstore starting Wednesday, February 19, @ 3pm)

 
(available to use at bookstore starting Thursday, February 20, @ 10:30am)

 
(available to use at bookstore starting Wednesday, February 26, @ 1pm)

 
(available to use at bookstore starting Wednesday, February 26, @ 1pm)

 
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​EOPS book awards are intended to be used to purchase text books and online course materials only.  You do not have to use all of your book award in one visit, but you must spend your balance by the expiration date of April 24.  The EOPS book award is non-transferable, and you must abide by all bookstore purchasing policies.

If you do not appear on one of the above lists, please check the list below to see if you were deemed ineligible for the book award:

EOPS Book Award Ineligible Students List - Updated 2-13-2020.pdf

If you don't appear on either any approved list or the ineligible students list, you may have been placed on EOPS Probation or have exceeded the 70 units limit of the program.  Please check the lists below (and read the 'EOPS Program Status' section below for more information):

EOPS Probation Student List - Spring 2020 - 1-23-2020.pdf

EOPS Students who have Exceeded 70 Units - Spring 2020 - 1-23-2020.pdf

​EOPS Program Status

At the end of each semester we check the academic records of EOPS students to determine their program status.  Students who complete at least 12 units (or have a Unit Override Letter from SPS on file with the EOPS Office) with a g.p.a. of 2.0 or higher and do not exceed 70 total degree-applicable units are considered in good standing and eligible to receive all program services and benefits they are eligible for.  For students who don't meet all of these requirements, their status is determined by the table below:

 

CIRCUMSTANCE

PROGRAM STATUS

NEXT STEP

Completed less than 12 units for semester; not exempt by SPS

EOPS Probation

Contact the EOPS Office to inquire about attending an Academic Recovery Workshop

Semester G.P.A. below 2.0

EOPS Probation

Contact the EOPS Office to inquire about attending an Academic Recovery Workshop

Finished semester with more than 70 degree-applicable units total

EOPS Dismissal

Contact the EOPS Office to inquire about completing an EOPS Program Termination   appeal

 

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Student Communications
The primary means of communication between Harbor College (including the EOPS/CARE program) and students is via your student email account.  Please make sure that you are checking this email account on a regular basis so you don't miss important information.

You can access your email account from the login page of the SIS.  Look for the email link in the bottom right corner.

 

EOPS Spring 2020 Contact Dates
All contacts should be with an EOPS counselor either by a scheduled or drop-in appointment.  During busy periods, you may be asked to schedule a group appointment.

1st Contact
Tuesday, January 21 - Friday, March 6

2nd Contact

Monday, March 9 - Friday, April 24 | Progress Reports Due

3rd Contact
Monday, April 27 - Friday, June 5 |
Workshop Verification due by end of 3rd contact period

All contacts must be spaced at least 3 weeks apart.

Failure to complete all 3 contacts, attend a workshop, and submit a progress report on time will make you ineligible for a book award the following semester.
 

EOPS Drop-In Appointments
For select days and times during the week, EOPS counselors will be on drop-in time when they will see students on a first come, first served basis.  Drop-in appointments with an EOPS counselor will count as a contact for the semester, and you will be able to ask questions and raise concerns as you would during a scheduled appointment.  However, based on how many students are waiting for a drop-in appointment and other time constraints, you may be asked to schedule an additional appointment or return for drop-in to complete your session.

Please note that only drop-in appointments with an EOPS counselor will count as a contact.

 

Workshops

(Click here to download the Workshop Verification Form)

EOPS students are required to attend at least one workshop each semester and submit verification of attendance to the EOPS Office.

 

​Progress Report
Progress reports are due at the time of your second contact.  Click here to download the progress report form

If you have a progress report form from another program, we will accept it in the place of our form.

 

EOPS Tutoring

The EOPS program offers one-on-one scheduled and drop-in tutoring appointments for EOPS students.  Below are our tutors and the subjects they tutor:

 

Brenda Cornejo | Anatomy 001; Chem 065; Math 227; Physiology 1; Psychology 1

Lucy Gomez | Math 125, 227, 265; Chem 101 & 102; Anthro 101; Astron 1, 5; Biology 3; Psych 10, 14

Emely Alvarado | Any English course (all essays welcome)

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Please contact the EOPS Office to schedule a tutoring appointment or find out the days and times of drop-in appointments.

 

EOPS Lab

To print any materials in the EOPS Lab you are required to bring your own paper.

The EOPS Lab is open to EOPS students to do homework, write reports, conduct research, login to online classes, and any other school-related computer activities. Lab time can be scheduled in the EOPS Office.