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Educational Opportunity Fund
Maximizing Academic Potential Program
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A Word From The Assistant Vice President For Academic Enrichment & The Director of EOF/MAP


Welcome to the Rowan University Education Opportunity Fund/Maximizing Academic Potential (EOF/MAP) official website. The EOF/MAP program provides access, preparation, orientation and academic support for students who are among the first in their family to attend college, and for those who otherwise may face unique challenges in college due to economic, cultural or educational circumstances.

EOF/MAP provides programming to prepare entering college students in their adjustment and academic success throughout their time in college. The students served in the EOF/MAP program represent broad levels of diversity in terms of backgrounds, cultures, interests, and academic performance.

The EOF/MAP program staff is dedicated to assisting deserving students and promoting their pursuit, and successful completion, of post-secondary education. The program offers a structured, comprehensive academic and personal support system for all participating students. Our goal is to provide a caring and welcoming environment that requires students to put forth their best effort. Students who actively participate in programs administered by EOF/MAP have been successful in gaining admission to Rowan, persisting through graduation, and earning baccalaureate degrees.

The information contained in this site will help familiarize prospective students and parents with all of our programs for college readiness and admission to the EOF/MAP program at Rowan University.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact our office at 856-256-4080.

We look forward to working with you!


Penny McPherson
Assistant Vice President for Academic Enrichment
Director, EOF/MAP



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EOF/MAP Textbook Lending Library and Textbook Assistance Program

Lending Library:

The EOF/MAP office currently has the below textbooks available for students to borrow for the semester. Please come to the EOF/MAP office to sign out the book(s). Books must be returned by the end of the semester.



Trouble Shooting Guide for Writers 7th
Resilient Cultures 2nd
Wellness Concepts and Applications 8th
Sociology a Brief Introduction 10th
Introduction to Black Studies 4th
Chemistry: The Molecular Nature of Matter & Change 7th