Welcome to LASC’s Extended Opportunity Programs and Services office!
We are so glad you are here! Our goal is to help everyone who wants to have access to quality education with the resources needed to succeed. Whether you want to learn skills for a specific trade or study an academic pathway, we can help you find educational and financial services so you can follow your dreams for your future.
LASC’s EOPS office helps those who could use extra support because of barriers with language, learning, social needs, and/or finances. And, if you qualify for EOPS, we have additional services you can apply for if you take care of young children.
- You must qualify for the California Promise Grant (formerly known as the Board of Governors’ Grant/BOGG)
- You have California residency or qualify for AB540.
- You have NOT completed more than 70- degree applicable units from any college or university
- You do NOT have an associate degree from any college or university (Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, bachelor’s degree, etc.).
If you meet our eligibility requirements, see if you meet our Program Requirements.
- You must be a full-time student enrolled in at least 12 units, unless:
- You qualify for CARE, then you only need 9 units.
- You are a DSPS student (Disabled Student Programs & Services).
- If you are a DSPS student, you will need to bring us a verification letter from DSPS.
- You have NOT completed more than 70-degree applicable units from any college or university
- Degree-applicable units are units that are required for the degree, certificate, or program of study you have chosen to complete.
- You have ONE of the following educational needs:
- You have NOT graduated high school.
- You have NOT passed the California Proficiency Exam nor have you received a GED.
- You are a high school graduate and received a GPA (grade-point average) below 2.5.
- You are a current or former Foster Youth.
- You are a first-generation college student. This means your parents didn’t go to college, OR they may have taken college classes but they did not graduate from college.
- English is not your first language.
If you meet these requirements,please complete the EOPS Application, and make sure to click the ‘Submit Form’ button at the bottom of the application after answering all of the required questions that have a red asterisk (*) next to them.
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As an EOPS student, you will get to enroll in your classes earlier than students who do not have Priority Registration, increasing your chances of getting into the classes you want when you want.
Winter 2021 priority registration begins October 19, 2020, and Spring 2021 priority registration begins November 9, 2020. Students who have completed more than 100 units and/or have a cumulative GPA of less than 2.0 will not receive priority registration.
To continue helping with the cost of books, EOPS has book grants that are just for EOPS students.
The Bookstore is offering online purchases and free delivery via UPS for students enrolled in late-start classes. Provide all requested information and enter your student identification number at check out after selecting the “A/R” payment option.
EOPS books grants are a supplemental resource in place to assist eligible students in purchasing required course textbooks. Because the EOPS Book Grants are a supplemental resource, students are strongly urged to seek additional textbook resources such as the LASC Library webpage for E-books, Open Educational Resources (OER), which are free accessible textbooks and course materials available for limited disciplines available to students.
You will have access to our incredible EOPS counselors who& can talk with you about career possibilities and recommend careers that match your interests and skills. They will help you arrange your class schedule and create an education plan. And, let them know how your classes are going so they can help you be successful. They are your resource! So, feel free to talk with them about life, school, work, or whatever is on your mind.
The 2020 Fall Semester Counseling Contact dates
- 1st Contact: August 17-September 25
- 2nd Contact: September 28-October 23
- 3rd Contact: October 26-December 18
Work one-on-one with tutors to build your confidence, get tips to use in your classes, learn strategies to study better, get help breaking down tough problems, and much more so you can do your best.
You can access free online tutoring through NetTutor:
- Through Canvas: click on the “NetTutor” link in any Canvas shellClick “Online Tutoring” after logging into mycollege.laccd.edu.
- Contact Math Tutor Kevin Hidalgo at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a one-on-one tutor session.
We can help you transfer to a four-year college or university. We’ll help you find colleges that fit your transfer needs. We also have transfer agreements with many colleges and universities that guarantee your admittance, and we can work with them to help you have a smooth transition.
Extended Opportunity Programs and Services
Office Hours and Location
Monday -Thursday: 8:00AM - 5:00PM
Saturday and Sunday: Closed
Student Services Building, Room 218
Dr. Yvette Moss, Counselor/Coordinator
Phone: (323) 241-5382