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Extended Opportunity Programs and Services

Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE) Program

What is CARE?

CARE is a supplemental component of EOPS that provides educational support services designed for the academically underprepared, low income, single parent population. You must be in good standing with the EOPS program in order to be considered for CARE.

What Services Does CARE offer?

CARE students can select benefits that best suit their needs. Available services may include:
  • Academic Counseling and Advisement
  • Child Care Reimbursements
  • Additional Book Service
  • Transportation Assistance
  • On-campus meal card (Rancho Campus only)
  • Personal Development Activities
  • Referral to campus and community based services or agencies

Eligibility Requirements

You may be eligible for CARE if the following apply to you:
  • Are an EOPS student
  • Are at least 18 years of Age and a single head of household
  • Are a current recipient of TANF/CalWORKs for yourself or your child/children
  • Have a child/children under 18 years of age
  • Are enrolled in college full-time

The Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE) program was established in 1982. CARE founders Blanche G. Goldstein and Assemblywoman Teresa P. Hughes, deeply believed in the value of college education as the key that empowers single parent students to achieve personal self-esteem, independence, and self-reliance.

For questions, please contact the EOPS office at (909) 652 - 6349 or (909) 652 - 6358
The EOPS office is located in the Michael Alexander Campus Center, 2nd floor MACC-205 (above the Dining Commons)

 

 


 

Rev. 3/22/18


   
   
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