Office of the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs
UCLAEarly Academic Outreach Programs
Welcome EAOP Students & Parents!
PLEASE RSVP TODAY!!!!
Greetings, Parents/Guardians & Newly Selected EAOP Students,
Congratulations! Your student was selected to participate in the highly selective UCLA, Early Academic Outreach Program (EAOP).
This is your EXCLUSIVE invitation link to participate in our 2014 EAOP New High School Student/Parent Conference.
Parents/Guardians, You should participate if:
Helping your student prepare for college is a priority
You want to learn about the different paths to college
Learning about Financial Aid & how to apply interests you
You are looking for resources to support your students educational goals
You are eager to meet your students EAOP College Advisors/SiteCoordinator
If anyone of the above reasons describe your inerest in your students future
Please RSVP NOW
Being selected for the UCLA EAOP program means your EAOP Coordinator and support Team of resources will continue to provide your student with supplimental academic assistance until he/she graduates from the currently selected high school or grades fall below minimum GPA standards.
EAOP is not just aother outreach program, WE ARE A LIFESTYLE promoting Achievement and maintaining High Expectations of EXCELLENCE. Being apart of the EAOP Team means:
Invitations to FREE Saturday Academic Preparation events such as SAT Prep Workshops, Saturday Academies, and Summer Boot camps (Valued at $249+ per workshop).
Regular Academic Advising sessions
Connection/referals to resources
Personal UCLA Campus visit/tour
and much more...
WE HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!
Who: Parents & Newly Selected EAOP Students
What: Exclusive College-Prep Conference +
SAT Writing Workshop (Grades 9-11)
Topics Include: EAOP Program Information, Four-Systems of Higher Education, College Prep Overview, Financial Aid + More...
Where: UCLA's Newly Renovated PAULEY PAVILION
*NOTE* Comfortable Walking Shoes Highly Recommended
555 Westwood Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90095
When: Saturday, March 8, 2014
Parking: Courtesy Parking permits will be available on the day of the event
Time: 9:00am to 2:00pm (event will begin promptly)
Check-in: 8:00am - 9:00am (Front of Pauley Pavillion)
- Students & Parents Please bring a Pencil/ Pen with you.
- Lunch will not be served/provided (Campus dining can be purchased for $7-10/pp)
- Child care for minor children will NOT be provided. Please plan accordingly.
All other materials will be provided for you.
For more information contact UCLA EAOP
Tel: (310) 794-4074
When & Where
UCLA Early Academic Outreach Program (EAOP)
The Early Academic Outreach Program (EAOP) is an academic preparation program established in 1976 by the University of California to expand postsecondary education opportunities for California’s educationally disadvantaged students. UCLA EAOP works with students to help them become competitively eligible applicants for college admission, going beyond minimum eligibility. EAOP works collaboratively with families, educators, schools, communities, and various campus departments to provide pre-college students with challenging academic enrichment activities to promote and cultivate a college-going culture. EAOP is one of the state’s most successful pre-collegiate student academic development programs. UCLA EAOP works with over 15,000 students in middle school and high school each year. This includes working with over 80 schools in 10 school districts. Since 1991, approximately 60% of EAOP seniors meet UC eligibility each year, 82% attend a postsecondary institution upon high school graduation and 62% attend a 4-year institution, with 25% attending a UC school. EAOP includes:
+ Middle School Program
+ High School Program
+ UCLA Bruin Buddy Volunteer Program
+ EAOP Parent Ambassador Program
Academic Enrichment Activities and Opportunities for Students include: Saturday Academies emphasizing math, critical reading, writing and analytical skills; PSAT, SAT Workshops; Career Workshops, Summer Residential Academic Boot Camps; Academic Advising/IAP Development; Mentoring; Tutorial Assistance and or Referral; Parent/Family Workshops; College Conferences, Concurrent Enrollment; Campus Visits; and Study Skills/Learning Tools Instruction.