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Educational Opportunity Program

The educational opportunity program (EOP) was established in 1967 by former NYS Assemblymen Arthur O. Eve. Today over 55,000 students have graduated from EOP. Currently, EOP has grown to 45 SUNY campuses including Niagara County Community College.

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Who We Serve

  • Students who are considered historically under-served
  • Students who require additional academic support
  • Students who show commitment and potential to complete an academic program

How We Serve

  • Two to Three week summer academy for successful transition into a college community
  • Academic workshops and tutoring services
  • Counseling, advisement, and additional support for students experiencing any transitional issues
  • Limited financial assistance
  • Assistance with the graduation/transferring process

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EOP Students Must

  • Meet the New York state residency requirement (12 months)
  • Be a FIRST semester, college freshman
  • Have earned a High School Diploma, GED, or test into remediation/developmental courses
  • Meet EOP financial guidelines outlined by New York State
  • Demonstrate potential and motivation to complete a college program
  • Complete the mandatory Summer Academy

Application Process

App Process

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If interested, please fill out our EOP information request form.

The NCCC EOP Office, C-Building/Room 204, Mainline: 716-614-5977, Fax #: 614-6820

Angela R. Jackson, EOP Coordinator,

ajackson@niagaracc.suny.edu, 614-6222, ext. 5979

Ted Mallwitz, Academic Support Specialist,

Tmallwitz@niagaracc.suny.edu, 614-6222, ext. 4073

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