No-Show Policy Change
EOPS Counseling Appointments
You can start scheduling your 1st EOPS Counseling appointment starting on Thursday, September 1, 2016.
Drop by the EOPS office or call (650) 574-6154. Always allow 30 days between each of your counseling appointments.
CSU/UC Priority Admission Application Period
If you are applying for transfer Fall 2017 to a California State University (CSU) please download the Transfer to Do List to help you with the application on www.csumentor.org. Ask your EOPS Counselor about the fee waiver available. The CSU Application Period dates are October 1 through November 30, 2016.
If you are applying for transfer Fall to a University of California (UC) please download their quick-start guide to apply online to a UC. The UC Admission Application is available online and can be submitted November 1 through November 30, 2016 online at https://admissions.universityofcalifornia.edu/applicant/login.htm
Additional resources to the UC undergraduate admission application below:
UC Personal Insight Questions
Presenting Yourself on the UC Application
EOPS Bulldog Bulletin is available for EOPS/CARE students with the hopes of providing you with valuable information all while keeping you connected to your extended family. We will feature important dates, events, announcements and much more. Please feel free to share suggestions about a feature you would like us to add at any time by contacting
Arianna Avendano, Program Services Coordinator at (650) 574-6513.
EOPS Bulldog Bulletin: Volume 1, Issue 1
EOPS Bulldog Bulletin: Volume 1, Issue 2
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CSM Food PantryThe CSM Food Pantry has officially opened. It is a partnership with Second Harvest Food Bank to provide services to our students and members of the public. The food pantry is located in Health Services, Building 1, Room 147. To receive services, an initial form is completed by the individual which asks for self-reported income level and household size. The pantry has a variety of canned foods, dairy products, breads and cereals, fresh fruits and vegetables, and frozen meats and poultry. Individuals visiting the pantry will be able to receive a three day supply of food based on the size of the family.
Hours of Operation: Monday-Thursday 9 am - 6 pm by appointment.
Contact the Health Center for more information at (650) 574-6396.