Extended Opportunity Programs and Services

Succeeding in college depends on more than just academic support for many students. You may need extra financial help, specialized counseling that addresses your specific challenges and overall guidance to meet your educational and career goals. Chaffey College offers Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) to meet those needs. The state legislature established EOPS in 1969 as a state-funded counseling program for economically and academically disadvantaged students to help them achieve their goals.

eopsMission Statement

EOPS is a community college counseling program that provides "over and above" academic, personal and financial support to qualified community college students whose educational and socioeconomic backgrounds might prevent them from successfully attending college. Services provided are specifically designed for under-represented students and their specific needs with the ultimate goal being completion of a certificate program, an associate degree and/or transfer to a four-year university.


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SPRING 2022 App instructionsSpring 2022 Applications will be accepted beginning October 25, 2021

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  • Academic, career and limited personal counseling, including through Guided Pathways
  • Foster youth specialized counseling services
  • Priority registration
  • Orientation to college classes (Guidance 2)
  • Cultural awareness activities
  • Assistance in purchasing textbooks for classes
  • Book rental option
  • Transportation assistance
  • Supplemental programs for single parents receiving CalWORKs assistance (CARE), foster youth, students who qualify for Assembly Bill 540 (AB 540) and complete the California Dream Act application, and a summer readiness program (SRP) for recent high school graduates.


Eligibility Requirements

Meet all three of the following:


And one (1) of the following:

  • Be a student who has not earned a high school diploma or equivalent
  • Have a high school grade-point average below 2.5
  • Complete remedial/foundational course work in high school or college
  • Complete English as a Second Language courses (ESL)
  • Be a current or former foster youth
  • Be a first-generation college student (a student whose parents or guardians have not completed a college degree).


How to Apply

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  • Apply on-line by logging onto your My Chaffey portal account at my.chaffey.edu (a Chaffey student ID number is required)
  • Locate the EOPS application link on your My Chaffey portal Student Home page, under Quick Links
  • Once you submit your application, you will receive a confirmation email verifying that your application was successfully submitted. Please save it for your records.
  • It takes eight to twelve weeks to process your application and determine your eligibility
  • You will be notified via your Panther email, or the email Chaffey College has on file, of your application status


Request a Classroom Presentation

Would you like EOPS to provide a presentation to your students? Click here to submit your request and an EOPS representative will reach out to you shortly to confirm details.



Rancho Cucamonga campus

Phone: 909-652-6349 or (909) 652-6358

Michael Alexander Campus Center - Room 205
In-person Office Hours:
Monday and Friday, 7:30 am - 4:30 pm

Chino campus

Email: eopschino@chaffey.edu
Chino Main Instructional Building - Room 240
Business Hours: To Be Announced

Fontana campus

Email: eopsfontana@chaffey.edu
Business Hours: To Be Announced


Upcoming Events

Activities Calendar

Dec 2
12:00 PM - 01:30 PM Center for Culture and Social Justice Online
Dec 2
12:00 PM - 01:30 PM EOPS Online
Dec 3
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM EOPS Online