Current EOPS Students
This page is for students who are currently participating in the EOPS program. If you are not currently an EOPS student, please refer to the Future Students page for additional information on program eligibility and application.
- Student Responsibilities
- Complete an EOPS Orientation
- Meet with an EOPS counselor at least three times a semester within specified important dates and deadlines
- Complete and submit a Progress Report within specified deadline
- Maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress
- Comply with all aspects of the EOPS Mutual Responsibility Contract
- Book an Appointment with the EOPS/CARE Counselor
There are several ways to schedule your EOPS/CARE Counseling appointment:
- Online, via the EOPS/CARE Canvas
- Phone, by calling the EOPS Office at (909) 274-4500,
- In-person, by visiting the EOPS Office on Campus in building 9B-1st floor
- Tutoring Services
EOPS/CARE & CalWORKs Study Center"Our goals of tutoring are to help improve students' academic performance, increase their self-confidence, and also promote effective study techniques to encourage the development of independent lifelong learners."
- Peer Navigators
Students Helping Students
The Peer Navigator program is designed to support students transition into college, and be successful at Mt. San Antonio College. Peer Navigators are here to help you become apart of the Mt. SAC campus community in a way that makes you feel welcome and reassures you that you fit in. Through mentoring, frequent communication, workshops, and social & educational events, Peer Navigators build positive relationships and enhance your college experience beyond the classroom.
Who Are Peer Navigators?
Peer Navigators are student leaders who provide one-on-one support and direction about college life inside and outside of the classroom. Peer Navigators are connected with first-year students within the same Area of Interest, making them uniquely equipped to share their knowledge and serve as role models, allies, and advocates for first-year students.
You can count on your Peer Navigator to listen to your experiences and concerns, share their stories, provide guidance, suggest resources, and answer any questions you may have. Peer Navigators are actively invested in creating and sustaining an inclusive Mt. San Antonio College community.
A Peer Navigator is:
- A confidant, guide, academic resource, coach, role model, and friend.
- Knowledgeable about campus resources, policies, and culture.
- Willing to share information, experiences, and accomplishments in a non-competitive way.
- Open, understanding, and approachable.
- Entrusted with facilitating the care, support, and learning of new students.
Peer Navigators Are Always Here For You!
- Student Responsibilities