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All students planning to attend in the Fall 2021 semester must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19.
The Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) is a New Jersey state-legislated program that was created in 1968. It provides access to higher education for students who demonstrate the potential to succeed in college, and possess a high level of academic motivation, who qualify for admission based on academic and financial need.
The School of Nursing EOF (SN-EOF) program was established in 1977 by Dr. Bobbie Jean Perdue. It is the only EOF program in the state tailored to the needs of EOF nursing students. Under state guidelines, the SN-EOF program provides financial, academic, and counseling support services to qualified students who demonstrate potential and need support. SN-EOF Scholars receive a grant that is part of their financial aid package and participate in a range of programs designed to support their success in college, including a pre-college summer institute, counseling, academic advising and coaching, supplemental instruction courses and workshops.


COVID-19 Operating Status

The SN-EOF program will offer its services, including counseling, academic advising, tutoring, and academic support classes all remotely. We recommend our students check our CANVAS resource page for updates on our operating status, and services.  Please be sure to accept our invitation to enroll if you have not done so. If you have not received a request to join, please contact your respective counselor.
Please note that we will continue to follow the university’s guidance and may modify our services as needed.

Click here to Access the EOF Academic Resource Page


Below is a list of our services:

  • Counseling and Academic Advising—Your respective counselor is available to meet with you by appointment via phone, WebEx or Zoom and as needed. 
  • Academic Support Classes—Support classes for various courses are available online via Zoom. Check CANVAS for more information or contact your respective counselor. 
  • Developmental Specialist Support—Our developmental specialist is available online, to offer test preparation and study skills help. Please contact Ms. Ko directly to schedule a meeting.
  • Virtual Programming – Each month we host a series of programs and workshops designed to engage and support you both academically and socially. Please check your email or our CANVAS page for information on our upcoming programs. All events are hosted via Zoom.



Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions. We are happy to meet with you via phone or online through WebEx or Zoom.
Hours of Operation:  Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.



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