President Sperling's Message on Covid19

COVID-19 Updates

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Online student services are open
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Campus is closed. 
All in-person classes, labs and meetings are suspended.

Students can see full details at the Student Updates page.

Student Updates      Employee Updates      Online Student Services

Please be aware that some users are experiencing an issue with MS Outlook. We have traced the problem to a back-up device as opposed to the actual mail system. ITS has been working around the clock to get this resolved. We recommend using the web-based MS Outlook alternative

Due to COVID-19 closures, the EOPS Office is closed until further notice. However, we will continue to provide services and support to students, with various online systems.

Please check your Canvas for the latest updates.

For Questions:


How to Apply for the EOPS/CARE Program

Applications are accepted at the beginning of each Fall & Spring semester.

To apply, please print and complete the application. Submit your completed application to the EOPS/CARE front desk, Building 700 2nd fl.

Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS)

The EOPS program’s primary goal is to encourage the enrollment, retention, and transfer of students disadvantaged by language, social, economic and educational circumstances, and to facilitate the successful completion of their goals and objectives in college.


  • Be a California resident or AB540 designated
  • Receive a Board of Governors Fee Waiver (BOGW A or B)
  • Be enrolled full-time (12 units) or more, with a GPA of 2.0 or higher when accepted
  • Must not have completed more than 40-semester units of college degree applicable course work (includes all colleges attended)
  • Be determined to be educationally disadvantaged


  • Early Registration
  • Academic Counseling
  • Transfer Preparation
  • Book Vouchers
  • Workshops
  • UC, CSU, and Private School campus visits
  • Workshop Series
  • Tutoring (Online and In-person)

The Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE) Program

For single parents, EOPS offers the supplemental CARE Program with additional support. The mission of CARE is to support the unique needs of EOPS students who are single parents by promoting self-sufficiency and academic success.


  • Be eligible or current EOPS student
  • Be at least 18 years old
  • Be a single parent and considered Head of Household
  • Be a TANF (Temporary Aid for Needy Families) recipient. Student and/or dependent(s) must be receiving the cash aid.


  • Meal Tickets
  • Childcare Grant
  • Family Activities
  • Parent Workshop Series
  • Personal Counseling


EOPS is also open to undocumented students.
Learn more about support for Dreamers and resources for undocumented students.

Contact Us

Building & room Building 700, Room 767L - 2nd fl

Phone 510.723.6909

Virtual Chat



staff Meet Our Team

Virtual Chat

Find a counselor or personnel below that is Online, then click the 'Knock on Door' button to login with your W# and Canvas password, or with your Google account, or login as a Guest.

If you are using Canvas, have your W# and Canvas password ready. 
For help with your Canvas password, see finding your Canvas password.

Login with with your Google account or as a Guest.

Desktop PC and MAC Meeting Requirements:

  • The latest version of Chrome or Firefox should be used (Do not use Internet Explorer)
  • The web camera should be ready and activated
  • Computers should have a built in microphone or have a headset with microphone ready

Android and Windows device Meeting Requirements:

  • Use Chrome
  • Have your web camera ready and activated
  • Have a headset with microphone ready – your cell phone headset will work great

iOS - Apple Device Meeting Requirements:


Video chat with EOPS on Cranium Cafe


Video chat with EOPS Services on Cranium Cafe