Educational Opportunity Program EOP

University of California at Davis

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  • College freshman - College senior

  • Free


Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) The Educational Opportunity Program Information Office is committed to serving the student body at UC Davis. We strive to maintain a climate of academic excellence and maximize retention by providing academic, personal and social support and peer counseling. We affirm our commitment to raising student awareness of current academic, political, and social issues. Through our programs, we recognize the need to appreciate, cherish and celebrate the richness of our diversity. Cameron Brown, a former EOP student, graduated and is headed to Stanford law school. His advice to UC Davis students is to get work experience through jobs and internships, have short- and long-term goals, and enjoy being in college. The transition from high school or community college to a large research university can be overwhelming for new students. EOP fosters a caring and supportive environment where students can meet with peer and staff advisers and network with other students. Staff advisers and a group of peer advising counselors (PACs), in conjunction with other campus departments, work together to offer students the following services and resources: Please drop by the EOP office located on the corner of East Quad and Shields Avenue, across from Olson Hall anytime between 9a.m.-4p.m., Monday-Friday. No appointment is necessary. For questions about EOP visit the EOP Information Office or email

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Davis, California


May 10 1989

Financial AID


Grade Levels

College freshman / College sophomore / College junior / College senior

Last Updated on

August 9 2017

Opportunity Types

Summer Program

Important Dates

Start Date

May 10 1989

End Date

May 10 1989

Deadline Date

Not released yet


No multiple sessions

College Fly-Ins (for high school seniors)