EOPS (Extended Opportunities Programs and Services) is a comprehensive educational student support program that provides programs and
services to assist EOPS eligible students with their academic success. Services include
but are not limited to, tutorial support, academic counseling, peer mentoring, personal
advising, and book grant assistance.
The Transfer Achievement Program is a support service for underrepresented students that include first generation,
low-income, and ethnically underrepresented (i.e. African-American, Latino, Mexican-American,
and Native-American/Alaskan Native). The program provides campus trips, book grants,
and advisement/counseling to students on their transfer goals. Please visit the T.A.P.
web page at http://www.sbcc.edu/tap for more information.
Friends of the Luria Library Textbook Scholarship
Thanks to the Friends, there are two $250 scholarships (for students taking 6-11 units)
and thirteen $500 scholarships for students taking 12+ units). The application will require you to provide basic demographic information, financial
information, and two 250-word essays. All students with a demonstrated financial need
are eligible, including international students.
What do you need to complete the application? * financial records for last year (if under the age 24, you will need parental income
information) * time to write two 250-word essays (Please describe your need for this scholarship
AND please describe what the Luria Library means to you)