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Educational Opportunity Fund
Maximizing Academic Potential Program
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Services of EOF/MAP

The EOF/MAP program provides support services and programs for EOF/MAP students from freshmen year through graduation.

One on One Guidance

EOF/MAP students are assigned an EOF/MAP counselor to provide support from freshmen year through graduation. Students are required to meet regularly with their EOF/MAP counselor for one-on-one discussions on academic, financial, career, and personal needs.

Academic Support

The EOF/MAP program monitors the academic status of students in the program each semester through the Rowan Success Network. Students requiring additional support are referred to campus resources.

Financial Assistance

Educational Opportunity Fund program students incompliance with state and program guidelines receive an EOF grant from the State of New Jersey each semester. Residential students receive $700 per semester, commuters receive $575 per semester. Rowan University has committed additional financial support of $1,000 per semester for EOF students who maintain a 2.0 grade point average each semester. Additional financial resources are available for EOF/MAP students for assistance with conference registration, graduation fees, book loans, etc..

EOF/MAP First Year Seminar

Freshman year can be very overwhelming. To assist with the transtional adjustments, EOF/MAP students are enrolled into the EOF/MAP First Year Seminar during the fall of their first year. In the First Year Seminar students will gain informations on topics such as on and off campus support services leadership and scholarship opportunities, financial aid, study abroad and career exploration.