Welcome to the Hartnell College EOPS/CARE program homepage!
The Hartnell College Office of Extended Opportunity Program and Services (EOPS) provides support services to first generation, low income, under-represented college students; furthermore, the Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE) program provides additional support services to EOPS single-parent students receiving public assistance and have at least one child under the age of 14. The EOPS/CARE staff advocates for students and is committed to helping them successfully achieve their educational goals.
Phone: 755-6860 • Fax: 759-6040 • 411 Central Avenue, Salinas, CA 93901
EOPS has gone GREEN and will communicate ALL information online and via email.
DID YOU KNOW YOU ALREADY HAVE AN EMAIL ACCOUNT?
Hartnell College has created a GMAIL account for every student on campus! Copy and paste the following link into your browser to learn how to access your Hartnell Student GMAIL account:
STILL HAVING TROUBLE?
Stop by the EOPS Office or call at (831) 755-6860, and our staff will help you log on to your GMAIL account.
EOPS/CARE Spring 2013 contact deadlines
First Contact - March 4, 2013
Second Contact - April 15, 2013
Third Contact - May 31, 2013
REMEMBER TO COMPLETE THE REQUIRED 3 SEMESTER CONTACTS TO MAINTAIN YOUR EOPS/CARE SERVICES.
Have you updated your email address with the EOPS office? If not, please stop by or contact the office to do so. We will be sending news, updates, and important information via email to EOPS and CARE students regularly.
EOPS STUDENTS LEAVING THE EOPS PROGRAM...
If you are not returning to the EOPS program for various reasons (exited from the program, moved, completed your degree) please take a few minutes to complete the attached survey. Please return the survey to the EOPS office. We appreciate your feedback!! EOPS EXIT SURVEY
ONLINE/DISTANCE EDUCATION STUDENTS The Hartnell College EOPS/CARE program is not set up to services Internet-based, Distance Education students who live outside the Hartnell College Services area. To receive services, you must physically live within the Hartnell College service area.