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SUNY All Access.  Educational Opportunity Program Overview  EOP Admission Process  Special Admission Programs  Additional Access Programs  Special.

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1 SUNY All Access

2  Educational Opportunity Program Overview  EOP Admission Process  Special Admission Programs  Additional Access Programs  Special Admission Practices TODAY’S PROGRAM OpInform 2014

3 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 EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM OVERVIEW OpInform 2014

4 EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM OVERVIEW OpInform 2014 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, Fulton- Montgomery, Genesee, Hudson Valley, Monroe, Onondaga, Schenectady, Suffolk, Ulster, Westchester

5 Services  Pre-freshman summer program  Academic advisement  Holistic counseling  Personal mentoring  Tutorial services  Supplemental instruction  Financial assistance EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM OVERVIEW OpInform 2014

6 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 EOP ADMISSION PROCESS OpInform 2014

7 Review  High School Transcript / GED  Standardized Test Scores (SAT/ACT)  Placement Test Scores  Intended Major  Letters of Recommendation  Personal Statement/Essay  Extracurricular Involvement EOP ADMISSION PROCESS OpInform 2014

8 Financial Criteria  Income Guidelines  Do not apply if… Family Assistance payments Foster child Ward of the state/county EOP ADMISSION PROCESS OpInform 2014 Household Size (including head of household) Total Annual Income in Previous 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

9 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 EOP ADMISSION PROCESS OpInform 2014

10 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 SPECIAL ADMISSION PROGRAMS OpInform 2014

11 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 SPECIAL ADMISSION PROGRAMS OpInform 2014

12 SPECIAL ADMISSION PROGRAMS OpInform 2014 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

13 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 SPECIAL ADMISSION PROGRAMS OpInform 2014

14 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 SPECIAL ADMISSION PROGRAMS OpInform 2014

15 SPECIAL ADMISSION PROGRAMS OpInform 2014 Oneonta College Assistance Migrant Program  Admission Open to incoming freshmen Students from migrant & seasonal farm- working 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

16 SPECIAL ADMISSION PROGRAMS OpInform 2014 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

17 Potsdam Bridges Program  Admission Faculty admissions committee Extra essay & recommendation letter, most up- to-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 SPECIAL ADMISSION PROGRAMS OpInform 2014

18 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 SPECIAL ADMISSION PROGRAMS OpInform 2014

19 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 SPECIAL ADMISSION PROGRAMS OpInform 2014

20 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 ADDITIONAL ACCESS PROGRAMS OpInform 2014

21 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 ADDITIONAL ACCESS PROGRAMS OpInform 2014

22 Federal TRIO Programs  Educational Opportunity Centers  Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement  Student Support Services  Talent Search  Upward Bound ADDITIONAL ACCESS PROGRAMS OpInform 2014

23 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 ADDITIONAL ACCESS PROGRAMS OpInform 2014

24 Talent Review Majors  Music/Music Theatre/Theatre/Dance Auditions  Art/Architecture/ Media Study Portfolios  Additional or supplemental application  Departmental interviews or review SPECIAL ADMISSION PRACTICES OpInform 2014

25 Athletic Talent Review  Division I University Centers  Division III University Colleges Technology Colleges  NJCAA Technology Colleges Community Colleges SPECIAL ADMISSION PRACTICES OpInform 2014

26 Talent Review Characteristics  Leadership  Service  Extenuating circumstances  Legacy SPECIAL ADMISSION PRACTICES OpInform 2014

27 Questions?  EOP:  Liberty Partnerships:  CSTEP: nceandTechnologyEntryProgram.htm nceandTechnologyEntryProgram.htm  TRIO: www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/opewww2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ope  Say Yes to Education:  SUNY Athletics:  NCAA: RESOURCES OpInform 2014


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