College Support Services - Educational Opportunity Center
Educational Opportunity Center
Data Provided By
United Way of Weld County
Description of Service
A federally funded, free program that assists low income, first generation adults with the college process. Students receive:
- Career counseling
- Help filling out paperwork
- Assistance navigating the college admissions process
- Assistance with scholarship searches
- Academic advising
- Also provides referrals to GED and ESL programs
Urgent Services Provided
We are here to help you make your next move. To help you take that next step on your path to achieving your dreams. It may be you are looking to change careers, learn a new trade, advance at your current job, or obtain or finish your high school diploma or college degree. Whatever your dream may be, we are here to help you to:
Explore Possibilities– Conduct academic/career assessments and together we can explore your options for the best educational and/or career training program for you.
Seek Opportunities– Assist you with the college planning, admissions and financial aid application processes, and help you conduct a search for additional aid and scholarships to fund your education.
Achieve Success– Prepare your customized “EOC Playbook for Success.” Your Playbook will contain all of the identified services, resources, and skills “training” required to achieve your goals.
It’s important for you to know that you are not alone on this journey. We are here to help you navigate through the many challenges. We will “coach” you through your Playbook; keeping you motivated and focused on your goals. And, we will be there to celebrate each milestone you achieve along the way.
Adams, Larimer, Weld counties
Limited, call for specific information
Call or walk in for more information. Appointments are preferred.
Clients must provide proof that they are:
- 19 years of age or older
- First generation college applicant
- US citizens
Nontraditional students seeking a college education