Student Services Center and EOP Satellite

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  • CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison and Nazarian College dean Chandra Subramaniam join the panelists and speakers of the 2nd Annual Workforce of the Future Symposium onstage on Nov. 20 at The Soraya. Photo by David J. Hawkins.

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About Student Services Center and EOP Satellite...

The David Nazarian College of Business and Economics Student Services Center and EOP Satellite (SSC/EOP) offers a variety of support services in order to promote and foster student development and academic success. Holistic services offered include: new student advising for EOP freshmen and transfer students, assisting students identify and achieve long and short term goals, academic advisement, graduation planning, and referrals to College and University resources for academic, personal, and professional development. The Center also provides additional specialized services to Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) students. Please feel free to visit us in Bookstein Hall 2113 when you are on campus. We are here to help!