EOPS/CARE

The Extended Opportunity Program and Service (EOPS) program is committed to promoting student success by providing additional financial assistance and "above and beyond" support services to educationally and economically disadvantaged students. EOPS is dedicated to providing eligible students with the additional assistance they may need to reach their academic and career goals.

CARE is an extension of the EOPS program designed for single parents of children under the age of 14 who are receiving CalWORKs/TANF. The program provides additional financial assistance and resources to qualifying students by way of programs specially tailored to the needs of CARE students.

 

  • EOPS Services & Eligibility
  • Above-and-Beyond Academic, Career and Personal Counseling
  • Priority Registration
  • Additional Tutoring
  • Book voucher to purchase required textbooks
  • Transfer Planning
  • UC and CSU application fee waiver
  • School supplies (backpacks, notebooks, pens and pencils, and more!)
  • Low-income California residents and/or AB540 eligibility determined by California Promise Grant (formerly known as the Board of Governors fee waiver)
  • Full-time students (at least 12 units)
  • Students who have completed no more than 105 units of college-level coursework
  • Educationally disadvantaged students (determined on EOPS application)

 

  • Complete and submit a California Promise Grant (formerly known as the Board of Governors fee waiver)
  • Complete the EOPS Application
  • Take Assessments
  • Provide copies of all previous college transcripts
  • Be enrolled in at least 12 units

 

  • Cannot exceed 105 units
  • Attend an EOPS orientation
  • Meet with a Counselor at least twice each quarter
  • Submit a quarterly progress report
  • Develop and follow a quarter-by-quarter Educational Plan
  • Maintain a 2.0 GPA or higher

 

 

  • CARE Services & Eligibility
  • Above-and-Beyond Academic, Career and Personal Counseling
  • Priority Registration
  • Additional Tutoring
  • Book voucher/Grants for required textbooks/supplies
  • Assistance with transportation
  • Cash grants (CARE grants)

Students must fulfill all of the following requirements to be eligible for the CARE program:

  • EOPS eligible
  • A single parent of a child under 14
  • At least 18 years old
  • Currently receiving the parent or child portion of CalWORKS/TANF cash aid
 1. Complete and submit a Promise Grant (formerly known as the Board of Governors fee waiver) in EnglishEspañol, or online
2. Complete the EOPS Application and the CARE Application
3. Take Assessments
4. Provide copies of all previous college transcripts
5. Be enrolled in at least 12 units

Have a question?

We’re just a call or email away:

Lake Tahoe Community College
One College Drive
South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
enrollment@ltcc.edu
(530) 541-4660 x 211

 

CalWORKS
Contact
  • Tracy Thomas
    Tracy Thomas
    Counselor EOPS/CalWORKS/CARE Program Coordinator
  • Person
    Julie-Ann Gilland
    EOPS/CARE/Financial Aid Office Assistant