Educational Opportunity Program
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Spring Session Tutoring
The Incubator, Math and Writing Center Tutoring schedules and hours can be found in the student group in Blackboard. Additional hours and subjects are available 24/7 through ThinkingStorm.
Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) is a state-funded initiative that provides support services to students who despite being economically and academically disadvantaged, demonstrate the potential to successfully complete college.
- Individual and academic counseling
- Educational and career planning
- Financial advisement
- Limited financial assistance
- Pre-freshman summer extended orientation program
A first-time college student must meet academic and financial guidelines to be considered for EOP admission. First-time applicants must complete and return an application and financial eligibility form. All incoming first-time students are required to attend a mandatory 3-week summer program.
Applicants entering FLCC who previously attended another institution are eligible for EOP only if they are residents of New York State and have been enrolled in a similar post-secondary opportunity program such as EOP, HEOP, SEEK, or College Discovery.
Verification of previous status is required. To request EOP verification from a previous college, print and return the EOP Transfer Applicant Information Sheet
Currently Attending Students and Students Re-entering FLCC
Students are eligible for EOP only if they were previously admitted to FLCC as EOP students. Returning students may print and return the EOP Returning Student Information Sheet to the EOP office to be considered for reactivation.
Khadija Muhammadi of Rochester has received the 2019 Norman R. McConney Jr. Award, an honor that recognizes excellence among participants in the SUNY Educational Opportunity Program.
SUNY Chancellor Kristina Johnson congratulated Khadija and other students from across New York at a ceremony on Oct. 17 at the SUNY Global Center in Manhattan. The award bears the name of the late Norman McConney, one of the architects of the statewide Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), which provides financial assistance and support to those who face obstacles in achieving their educational and personal goals.