Students wishing to enter the university with the assistance of EOP must file supplemental documents and materials in addition to the university application. A limited number of students who may not be routinely eligible (but who have demonstrated they have the motivation and potential to matriculate and graduate) are granted exceptional admission consideration.
For additional information, please review this link: Educational Opportunity Program.
Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) provides access to higher education and retention services for first generation, low-income, historically underrepresented, and educationally disadvantaged college students. The COBAE staff is committed to supporting EOP students achieve their educational goals. EOP students are eligible for individualized advisement services through COBAE Student Services Center and EOP Satellite. To access these advisement services, please call (818) 677-3537 and identify yourself as an EOP student.
Assembly Bill 540 was signed into law October 2001. It authorizes any students who meet specific criteria, regardless of their immigration status, to pay in-state tuition at California public colleges and universities. For more information about the AB 540 Initiative, please visit AB 540 Website. COBAE Student Services Center and EOP Satellite is an AB 540 Safe Zone.
COBAE Student Services Center and EOP Satellite provides support services to former foster youth through the EOP Resilient Scholars Program. For more information about the Resilient Scholars Program, please visit Resilient Scholars Website.
All students are required to understand and meet the university’s standards for student conduct. Please visit Standards for Student Conduct for detailed information.