Welcome to CARE
Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE) is an additional program that further serves EOP&S students who fulfill the CARE criteria. The CARE program also provides services beyond thoseoffered through EOPS.
Be an EOPS studentBe at least 18 years old Be considered a single head of household parent (single, divorced, separated, widow, etc.) Currently receiving cash aid from CalWorks/TANF for themselves or their childrenHave at least one child under the age of 14
CARE Grants: Grants are given to the student to assist with the high cost of childcare.Monthly Meal Tickets: Get something to eat before you go to class at the school cafeteria.Monthly Gas Card: A gas card to help you offset the rising prices of gasoline so you can get to school.School Supplies: Need a notebook, pencil? CARE will provide you with the essentials to begin your first day of class ready.Book Voucher: CARE provides funds to cover additional costs of the books EOP&S was unable to cover. Lending Library: Don’t buy – borrow your book from our lending library and stretch your book voucher.Referrals: Having housing or transportation issues? A CARE representative can give you referrals to on and off campus resources.CARE Conferences: This is a great time to meet other CARE students around the state. Hearing that you are not alone is a great experience.
For all necessary forms to become a CARE student, please download below.
Academic Advising Specialist
Student Center, SC-201
Monday through Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm