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Ease your transition to college with the Warren County Community College Educational Opportunity Fund program!

 

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 About EOF

 

Warren County Community College’s EOF Program facilitates student transitions that lead to college readiness, positive adjustments, personal development, academic success, and student persistence to graduation. Our students develop the skills, abilities, and values necessary to compete in regional multicultural workplaces, four-year colleges and universities, and other personal and civic endeavors.  The program has rolling acceptance, and students are encouraged to apply all year round.  Generally, students enter the program as freshmen through the EOF Summer Scholars Program and matriculate as full-time students in the fall semester.  EOF Students are supported throughout their academic career at WCCC through transfer to a four-year college or university or transition to the workforce.

 


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 The EOF Advantage

 

  EOF Summer Scholars Program: July 7, 2021 – August 11, 2021

 

     Benefits:

  • Earn up to six free college creditsEOF Students
  • Free Cengage textbook subscription
  • Free Educational Supplies with a backpack
  • On-campus meals included
  • Campus Technology Support training
  • Upon enrollment, EOF Scholars are eligible for a grant (PT-$626, ¾ Time-$912, or FT-$1200 per year)
  • An early introduction to faculty and staff
  • Early college transition
  • Early use of academic support servicesEOF Students
  • Make new friends
  • Familiar with college offices and policies
  • Completion of Information Literacy
  • Academic Advising and Financial Aid Counseling
  • 2ndSummer Course Funding
  • Guided college transfer
  • Internship and Career planning

 

 

 

 

 


Steps to Apply

Getting started is easy!

  1. Complete your FAFSA 
  2. Apply Online
  3. Complete the EOF Application and review the brochure
  4. Course selection with an Advisor.  Once your application is processed, you will be contacted.

 


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Message from Dean of Learning/EOF Director

 

TiffaniWarrenDear EOF Scholars,

I am very pleased to welcome you to Warren County Community College; new students are starting their first semester while returning students are back to campus for another exciting year! Always remember that when you enrolled, you did more than just sign up for classes; you also signed up for all of the resources necessary for success and for all of the experiences that will enhance your semesters here.

As Dean of Learning and EOF Director, I invite students to explore the full range of the college’s programs and find the avenue that will best meet their aspirations and professional goals. The EOF Program is committed to helping its students achieve academic and personal success.  The talented faculty, professional advisors, and staff of the college are ready to assist students in matching their individual academic goals to a program of study.

It’s different at WCCC — the EOF Program and staff, your faculty, and your fellow students will partner with you as you work toward your goals.  A proverb states that “a journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step.” Regardless of your previous academic experiences, you have taken the first step at Warren County Community College – and at WCCC, you will not be alone on your journey. The excitement, rigor, and challenge of academic life at Warren County Community College are supported by experienced, highly credentialed faculty, personalized academic advising, and a supportive group of faculty, staff, and administrators whose mission is to enhance your educational experience.  As you engage with fellow students, faculty, and staff in class, during extracurricular events, and on campus, your confidence will continue to grow as you are transformed into a successful Warren County Community College EOF Scholar and graduate.  Plan to visit the campus for a tour or schedule a live chat to learn more about WCCC!

Thank you for Starting Your Story Here,

Tiffani Warren

Academics
Dean of Learning
Director of EOF

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475 Route 57 West
Washington, NJ 07882
(908) 835-2307 (office)
(908) 689-8032 (fax)
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Student Forms & Documents

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Why is EOF Important?

 

EOF Students Graduating and Receiving Awards

EOF is important because the program supports highly motivated students who have the potential to achieve academic success and graduate from college.  The program provides its scholars with supportive staff, personalized advisement, financial grant support, and an overall holistic approach to student development.  Without EOF support services and financial support, many students would not successfully navigate the college process and course completion.


 Why Should You Apply for EOF?

 

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Andrew, Class of 2019

 

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Michael, Class of 2019

 

Stephanie, Class of 2019

 

Dyomi, Class of 2019

 

Mamoud

 

 

Julie, Class of 2019

 

 

 

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Warren County Community College
475 Route 57 West
Washington NJ 07882
(908) 835-WCCC (9222)