Saddleback College eops/care and Calworks fast facts what is Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (eops)?



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Saddleback College EOPS/CARE and CalWORKS

FAST FACTS

What is Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS)?
EOPS is a community college program that provides academic, personal, and financial support to qualified community college students whose educational and socioeconomic backgrounds might prevent them from successfully attending college.

What is Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE)?
CARE is an educational support assistance program, within the EOPS program at the community colleges. It is “a unique educational program geared toward the welfare recipient who desires job-relevant education to break the dependency cycle.”

How are EOPS/CARE Students Helped?
EOPS/CARE provides services that are specifically designed to supplement the college’s existing support programs and to help the EOPS/CARE student complete his/her educational goal. Services that are offered include, but are not limited to: orientation, priority registration, specialized counseling, academic progress monitoring, tutoring, book services and CARE assistance grants.
SADDLEBACK COLLEGE

EOPS/CARE Program Statistics


2007-2008

EOPS CCCCO Set Student Cap

381

Total students served in EOPS

459 (78 over Cap)

Total students served in CARE

21

3.0 – 3.99 GPA or above

116

Transfers

25

AA Degrees/Certificates

31




2008-2009

EOPS CCCCO Set Student Cap

381

Total students served in EOPS

485 (104 over Cap)

Total students served in CARE

17

3.0 – 3.99 GPA or above

82

Transfers

30

AA Degrees/Certificates

34




2009 – 2010

EOPS/CARE Program Statistics as of 9/11/09

EOPS CCCCO Set Student Cap

381

Total students served Fall 09 (as of week 3)

384

Continuing EOPS Students Fall 09

226

Fall 2009 New EOPS students

158

CARE eligible students Fall 09

9

Student enrolled full-time

310

Students completing 1st contact

285

Students completed 1st & 2nd contacts

65

Student Contacts (as of week 3)

1,175



STATE BUDGET DECREASE IMPACT ON SERVICES TO STUDENTS:


16% Budget Cut

32 % Budget Cut

Unable to serve more than cap

Unable to serve more than cap

676 Less hours of counseling available

755 less hours of counseling available

No Summer Counseling

No Summer Counseling

No Additional Projects for Classified

No Additional Projects for Classified

No Additional Services to Students

No Additional Services to Students

(Parking Permits, Career Center Test Packets, Caps and Gowns, Gas Cards, Meal Vouchers, Educational Survival Kits, etc)



What is California Work Opportunities and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs)?

CalWORKs program is designed in assisting welfare recipient students and those in transition off of welfare to achieve long-term self-sufficiency through coordinated student services offered at the community college.



How are CalWORKs Students Helped?

CalWORKs provides services to assist the students in completing the Welfare-to Work Plan, monthly reports, and fee payment requests (textbook, health fee, material, parking permit, educational supplies, etc.) as required by the county/SSA case worker. Services that are offered include, but are not limited to: specialized counseling, academic progress monitoring, priority registration, assistance in completing the college admissions application, assistance with the Financial Aid process, Work-study program, referrals to Job Development Center.




2007-2008 – CalWORKs

CalWORKs Student Served

60

# of CalWORKs student on Work-Study

14



2008-2009 - CalWORKs

CalWORKs Student Served

70

# of CalWORKs student on Work-Study

10



2009 – 2010 - CalWORKs

CalWORKs Student Served (as of week 3)

45

Student contacts/appointments (as of week 3)

127

# of Work-study Students – Unknown as of yet






STATE BUDGET DECREASE IMPACT ON SERVICES TO STUDENTS:


16% Budget Cut

32 % Budget Cut

Limited counseling hours for the year if student population continues to grows

No Classified Staff

342 less hours available for Work-study to meet the 32 hour requirement

684 less hours available for Work-study to meet the 32 hour requirement

Very limited services to students

No Additional Services to Students

(Conferences, Gas Cards, Meal Vouchers, Educational Survival Kits, Outreach Materials, etc)



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