EOPS

Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS) is a state-funded program designed to help low-income and educationally disadvantaged students gain access to and successfully complete a program of higher education.

Services
  • Book services and/or Grants
  • Priority registration services
  • Academic/personal/transferring/counseling services
  • Student activities
Eligibility
  1. Must be attending West Hills College;
  2. complete the EOPS Application;
  3. be enrolled full-time (12 units or more);
  4. not have completed more than 70 units of degree applicable credits;
  5. qualify to receive a Board of Governors Grant based on income standard or public assistance criteria only;
  6. be educationally disadvantaged as determined by the EOPS staff. Determination disadvantaged is based on one of the following factors:
    • not qualified for applicable degree level English or Mathematics courses;or
    • did not graduated from high school or have a General Education Diploma (GED);or
    • graduated from high school with GPA below 2.50;or
    • previously enrolled in remedial education;or
    • first generation college student
Staff

Dr. Lataria Hall
District Director of DSPS
559-925-3338
LatariaHall@whccd.edu

Wendy Denney
EOPS Counselor
559-925-3378
wendydenney@whccd.edu

Megan Shults
Senior Secretary for Categorical Programs
559-925-3337
meganshults@whccd.edu

Eva Jimenez, Advising Specialist
evajimenez@whccd.edu
559-925-3431

Application

EOPS Application