Preparing our students for college completion, transfer to four-year colleges, workforce entry, and responsible citizenship.
Program Office Location:
CAR Building | First Floor, Suite 105 | 765 Newman Springs Road | Lincroft, NJ 07738
Telephone: (732) 224-2510 | Fax: (732) 224-1969
EOF: Our State’s Premier College Access and Student Support Service Program
The Educational Opportunity Fund, commonly referred to as EOF, is a state-funded college access and student support service program, hosted and financially supported by New Jersey’s colleges and universities, both public and private, two-year and four-year. All program students are low-income and often the first in their families to attend college and referred to as first generation.
Students admitted to the EOF program must meet both academic and financial eligibility requirements. Their admission is based on evidence of promise and potential to succeed at the college level with the support of the partnership established by the EOF program and the college it resides at.
Over 12,000 students are enrolled in EOF programs across the state and its graduates are educators, business owners, health care professionals, public officials, social service providers, and more. They work in non-profits, educational, business, and our government sectors.
Since 1968, over 40,000 college graduates have earned their certificates, associate, bachelor’s, master’s, doctorate, and professional degrees with the support of the Educational Opportunity Fund.
The Brookdale EOF Advantage
Program Admission, Financial Support & Student Success Services
Students selected for admission to our program are highly motivated, goal-oriented, and committed to full-time study as they pursue their educational and career-related goals. The completion of our application process is required for pursuing admission. Financial support covering college costs combined with our student success services and the academic and student life programs available at the college serve as the building blocks for a bright and successful future!
Our students are encouraged to work hard in working towards their goals – and this includes making a commitment to active participation in program services, striving to excel in the classroom, and devoting time where possible to exercising social responsibility as active and involved citizens.
Spring 2019 – Term Announcements and Updates
2019 EOF GRADUATE & HONOREE AWARDS DINNER
MARK YOUR CALENDARS: On Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. in Twin Lights I & II, EOF students participating in May’s graduation exercises and award recipients will be recognized at our dinner celebration! All EOF student honorees will receive their EOF graduation sash, certificate & graduation gift! RSVP online by Thursday, May 9, 2019 by clicking here. Don’t miss updates and announcements about our awards dinner sent to your Brookdale email, posts on social media & text message alerts!
FALL 2019 COURSE REGISTRATION APPOINTMENTS
The EOF Office will be contacting you to schedule an appointment to meet with your Student Success Coach. If a REGISTRATION HOLD was placed on your student account, you MUST meet with your Student Success Coach in order to register for the Fall 2019 term. Check your Brookdale email and Canvas for important information & updates! To schedule an appointment, please contact the EOF Office at (732) 224-2510.
SPRING 2019 STUDENT SUCCESS CONFERENCE
Thank you for coming out to “Skills to Pay the Bills – MASTER THE SKILLS for Career & Workplace Success!” Your feedback is important to us – let us know what you enjoyed, and what can be improved for our next Student Success Conference! Complete the Conference Feedback Survey by clicking here.
SPRING 2019 CAREER & WORKPLACE SUCCESS SEMINAR
The EOF Office is asking ALL EOF STUDENTS who completed the EOF Career & Workplace Success Seminar this spring semester to complete a survey by clicking here. We welcome your feedback and your recommendations!
MATH ACHIEVE ONE-TO-ONE TUTORING
Are you enrolled in a spring college-level math course? Is math one of your more difficult subjects? Start he Spring 2019 term with our EOF Math Learning Assistant, Mr. Thomas Roe, on your side! He can meet with you in one-to-one weekly sessions to ensure you are staying on track with your math studies. To register, CLICK HERE to complete the registration form. Please contact Ms. Eunice Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
SPRING 2019: EOF MATH SUPERVISED STUDY
ALL EOF Students who are enrolled in a Math Supervised Study with Mr. Thomas Roe for the Spring 2019 term must complete the feedback survey by clicking here. The EOF Office wants to hear from you – tell us how the supervised study helped you with your math class!
EOF STUDENT ALLIANCE: SPRING 2019 MEETING SCHEDULE
EOFSA will have their spring semester meetings on the following days:
All EOFSA meetings will be held in the Molly Pitcher Room (SLC 104).
XAE HONOR ROLL – FALL 2018 SEMESTER
Congratulations to the 119 EOF students who made the XAE Honor Roll for the Fall 2018 semester! If you did not attend the Student Recognition & Awards Luncheon at the Spring 2019 Student Success Conference, please stop by the EOF Office to pick up your Certificate of Recognition!
Remember, if you make the Honor Roll for at least two (2) consecutive semesters, you will be eligible to join the Honor Society!
CHI ALPHA EPSILON (XAE) NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY – DELTA ALPHA CHAPTER
The Delta Alpha Chapter of Chi Alpha Epsilon National Honor Society is looking for dynamic EOF students to be a part of the Honor Society established specifically for EOF students! Induction ceremonies are held during the Fall & Spring semesters. Eligible EOF students will receive an invitation letter from the Chapter Advisor at the beginning of each semester.
To be eligible to join XAE, you must maintain a minimum 3.00 semester and cumulative GPA for at least two consecutive semesters. (CLICK HERE to download and print a flyer with the complete eligibility requirements.) Please contact Ms. Danielle Jones, Chapter Advisor, at email@example.com with any questions in regards to the Honor Society.