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Subchapter 2.5. Extended Opportunity Programs And Services Article 2. Student Eligibility And Responsibility. Student Responsibility.   

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To remain eligible to receive programs and services, students shall:

(a) apply for state and/or federal financial aid pursuant to the applicable rules and procedures of the college of attendance.

(b) maintain academic progress towards a certificate, associate degree, or transfer goal pursuant to the academic standards established by the college of attendance applicable to all credit enrolled students.

(c) file an initial EOPS application and complete and adhere to a student educational plan and an EOPS mutual responsibility contract for programs and services.

(d) within two months of acceptance into the EOPS program, provide income documentation from state or federal income tax forms, or public assistance documentation pursuant to section 58620(b)(2), or other documentation as required for financial aid by the college of attendance.

Authority cited:

Education Code 69648

Education Code 70901


Education Code 69640 et seq.

(Amended by Register 2006, No. 17.)