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TODAY’S PROGRAM
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Educational Opportunity Program Overview
EOP Admission Process
Special Admission Programs
Additional Access Programs
Special Admission Practices
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EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM OVERVIEW
Mission
SUNY EOP provides college access to economically
disadvantaged & academically underprepared students.
 Demonstrated potential and commitment to
success
 Full-time students
 New York State residents
 Academic and financial guidelines
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EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM OVERVIEW
Participation
 Available at 43 of the 64 SUNY campuses
 All campuses within each of the following sectors
 University Center/Doctoral Degree Granting Institutions
 Colleges of Technology
 Twelve of the 13 University Colleges participate
 Brockport, Buffalo State, Cortland, Fredonia, Geneseo,
New Paltz, Old Westbury, Oneonta, Oswego,
Plattsburgh, Potsdam, Purchase
 Fourteen of the 30 Community Colleges participate
 Broome, Dutchess, Erie, FIT, Finger Lakes, FultonMontgomery, Genesee, Hudson Valley, Monroe,
Onondaga, Schenectady, Suffolk, Ulster, Westchester
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EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM OVERVIEW
Services
 Pre-freshman summer program
 Academic advisement
 Holistic counseling
 Personal mentoring
 Tutorial services
 Supplemental instruction
 Financial assistance
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EOP ADMISSION PROCESS
Involvement
 Admissions
 Reviews academic credentials for eligibility
 Triages EOP applicants
 EOP
 Application review: academic and/or financial
 Outreach and final decisions
 Financial Aid
 Economic eligibility: financial review
 Evaluates discrepancies between EOP/FAFSA
applications
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EOP ADMISSION PROCESS
Review
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High School Transcript / GED
Standardized Test Scores (SAT/ACT)
Placement Test Scores
Intended Major
Letters of Recommendation
Personal Statement/Essay
Extracurricular Involvement
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EOP ADMISSION PROCESS
Household
Total Annual
Size (including
Income in
head of
Previous
household) Calendar Year
1
$21,590
2
$29,101
3
$36,612
4
$44,123
5
$51,634
6
$59,145
7
$66,656
8
$74,167
Financial Criteria
 Income Guidelines
 Do not apply if…
 Family Assistance
payments
 Foster child
 Ward of the
state/county
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EOP ADMISSION PROCESS
Financial Documentation
 Free Application for Federal Student Aid
[FAFSA]
 Campus-based affidavit forms
 IRS forms: 1040, 4506-T, W2, 1099
 Court documentation
 Reference letters
 Birth/death certificates
 Personal statements
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SPECIAL ADMISSION PROGRAMS
Binghamton Advantage Program
 Services
 Live on the Binghamton campus &
participate as part of its community
 Take courses at Broome for one or two
years
 Admission
 Complete Associates Degree OR
 Earn 60 credits in second year & 3.0 GPA OR
 Earn 30 credits in first year & 3.2 GPA
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SPECIAL ADMISSION PROGRAMS
University at Buffalo Access to College Excellence Program
 Admission
 Academic profile (GPA & SAT/ACT) should be slightly
below our general admissions category
 Priority given to those with extenuating
circumstances & extreme extracurricular
involvement/leadership
 Encourage students to contact their regionally
assigned admissions advisor to express interest
 Services
 Individualized academic & personal advising
 Peer mentoring & tutoring at no cost
 Enrichment & community service opportunities
 Assistance applying to scholarships
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SPECIAL ADMISSION PROGRAMS
Buffalo State COMPASS Program
 Admission
 Academic profile similar to EOP class
 No financial needs required
 Counselors identify at time of review
 Services
 Meetings with assigned staff member
 MAP-Works: an online survey designed to help
analyze first year student success & transition
 UNC 100: semester-long transition course
 New Student Orientation Program
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SPECIAL ADMISSION PROGRAMS
Fredonia Full Opportunity Program
 Admission
 Underrepresented students; or
 Talents in fine arts or athletics; or
 Extensive involvement in school & community
 Services
 Academic support services through the Learning
Center
 Drop-in & one-on-one assigned tutoring
 Staff mentoring, advisement, & registration
assistance
 Guaranteed first semester seats in English
Composition & Freshman Seminar
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SPECIAL ADMISSION PROGRAMS
Geneseo Transitional Opportunity Program
 Admission
 HS Average 80 or higher
 SAT 900 CR/M or 20 ACT
 Applicants age 25 or older, recent immigrants,
underrepresented groups, first generation
 Services
 Personal advisor available throughout the
undergraduate years
 Free, comprehensive tutoring program
 Workshop series focused on skills needed to succeed
in college
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SPECIAL ADMISSION PROGRAMS
Oneonta College Assistance Migrant Program
 Admission
 Open to incoming freshmen
 Students from migrant & seasonal farmworking families
 Services
 Scholarship in addition to need-based aid
 Weekly stipend
 Textbooks & transportation costs
 Educational counselor for tutoring & planning
 Counselor to help adjust to college life
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SPECIAL ADMISSION PROGRAMS
Plattsburgh STAR Program
 Admission
 Demonstrated strong potential for success
 Preference for first generation, disability, financially
disadvantaged
 Minimum GPA 80% & minimum SAT 850 CR/M
 Services
 Additional academic support in freshman year
 Students & parents sign a statement of expectations
acknowledging commitment to program guidelines
 Must remain undeclared for one year
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SPECIAL ADMISSION PROGRAMS
Potsdam Bridges Program
 Admission
 Faculty admissions committee
 Extra essay & recommendation letter, most upto-date senior year grades
 Average student has 81 HS Average
 Services
 Additional adviser
 Mandatory academic skills sessions
 Limits students to 15 credits per semester in
first year
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SPECIAL ADMISSION PROGRAMS
Purchase College Merit Access Program
 Admission
 Students are nominated for consideration by
admissions based on academics
 No financial requirements
 Student is reviewed, possibly interviewed, by
Director of EOP/MAP
 Services
 Summer program which provides workshops to help
prepare students for college life
 Financial aid advising sessions
 MAP counselor & peer mentor
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SPECIAL ADMISSION PROGRAMS
Alfred State Opportunity Program
 Admission
 Provides an opportunity for students who show
potential for success but whose academic
background has not completely prepared them
for the rigors of their chosen program
 Similar to EOP academic review
 Services
 Academic support
 No additional financial support outside
student’s financial aid
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ADDITIONAL ACCESS PROGRAMS
Liberty Partnerships Programs
 Access
 NYS Education Department’s Statewide Plan for
Higher Education
 Successful transition of middle & HS students at risk
for dropping out
 Graduates fully prepared for higher education and
the workplace
 Services
 Partnerships with local schools, community, and
institutions of higher education
 Programming aligns with common core & regional
workforce development strategies
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ADDITIONAL ACCESS PROGRAMS
Collegiate Science & Technology Entry Program
 Eligibility
 NYS resident
 African-American, Hispanic/Latino, American Indian
or Alaskan native
 Economically disadvantaged, though no more than
20% of students are enrolled in state-funded
opportunity program
 Services
 Supervised training in research methods
 Graduate/professional school admissions preparation
 Standardized tests preparation
 Academic & career development activities
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ADDITIONAL ACCESS PROGRAMS
Federal TRIO Programs
 Educational Opportunity Centers
 Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate
Achievement
 Student Support Services
 Talent Search
 Upward Bound
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ADDITIONAL ACCESS PROGRAMS
Say Yes to Education
 Syracuse & Buffalo
 Extended day/year programming
 Mentoring & Tutoring
 School-day academic supports
 Family Services
 Health Care
 Legal Services
 Full SUNY Tuition Scholarships
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SPECIAL ADMISSION PRACTICES
Talent Review Majors
 Music/Music Theatre/Theatre/Dance
 Auditions
 Art/Architecture/ Media Study
 Portfolios
 Additional or supplemental application
 Departmental interviews or review
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SPECIAL ADMISSION PRACTICES
Athletic Talent Review
 Division I
 University Centers
 Division III
 University Colleges
 Technology Colleges
 NJCAA
 Technology Colleges
 Community Colleges
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SPECIAL ADMISSION PRACTICES
Talent Review Characteristics
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Leadership
Service
Extenuating circumstances
Legacy
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RESOURCES
Questions?
 EOP: www.suny.edu/attend/academics/eop
 Liberty Partnerships: www.libertypartnerships.com
 CSTEP:
www.highered.nysed.gov/kiap/colldev/CollegiateScie
nceandTechnologyEntryProgram.htm
 TRIO: www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ope
 Say Yes to Education: www.sayyestoeducation.org
 SUNY Athletics: www.suny.edu/attend/athletics
 NCAA: www.ncaa.org

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