The Arthur O. Eve Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) Freshman Summer Academy is a three-week residential program. Students must stay on campus during the entire program, including weekends.
If you have been accepted to Buffalo State as an EOP student, you are required to attend the EOP Freshman Summer Academy.
The Freshman Summer Academy is an opportunity for our incoming EOP students to start their college career early. Upon successful completion of the courses, students will earn up to 4 credits while engaging with Buffalo State faculty and EOP academic mentors. These credits are intended to build a good foundation for first semester as a college student. They will also put students on track to meet the required credits for financial aid at the end of the first year. Students will be placed in a three-credit course which fulfills a general education requirement based on SAT/ACT scores. Students will also be placed in a one-credit course which has been specifically designed for our EOP students to inspire and promote creative problem solving skills for personal growth and academic success.
If you have been accepted to EOP at Buffalo State College as a freshman, and you have acknowledged that you will be attending Buffalo State College as of Fall 2018, you are required to complete all FORMS listed below. The EOP Freshman Summer Academy is mandatory, and all FORMS must be completed by June 21, 2018, 11:59 pm. All forms are password protected. Once accepted to EOP at Buffalo State College, our office will send you instructions with the password via your Buffalo State email account and/or a letter in the mail to your address. To learn how to access your Buffalo State email account review the Freshmen Information Sheet in the link provided above or visit the RITE NEW Student Setup website at https://rite.buffalostate.edu/new-student-setup.html for more information.
Please complete all the forms below promptly and accurately. Thank you!
If you have any questions, please contact EOP Office at (716) 878-4426.
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