School of Arts & Sciences Educational Opportunity Fund (SAS EOF)

Contact Us

Phone: 848-932-7067 (Administration)
Fax: 732-932-1989
E-mail: saseof@rutgers.edu

Speak with EOF staff at campus locations:

848-932-7167 (College Avenue)
848-932-9188 (Douglass)
848-445-3091 (Livingston)

Postal Address:
SAS-EOF Program
2 Richardson Street
New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901

04/19/2014 (All day) — What's New This Spring?
Students getting information at an event
  SAS EOF welcomes you to our new website.  The SAS EOF program is now a part of the Office for Student Access and Educational Equity (SAEE).  We look forward to our continued collaboration with SAEE and other University offices to provide a pipeline of services and new initiatives to meet students’ needs. SAS EOF hopes that with this new website format, ... Continued
04/22/2014 - 9:00pm — EOPSA General Body Meetings
spring body meetings and events flier
EOPSA acts as the official representative of the EOF student body for the Rutgers University-New Brunswick campus on a University-wide and state-wide level, fosters diversity and multiculturalism. The organization serves as a legislative advocacy group, provides leadership opportunities and cultivates academic enhancement.  EOPSA consists of the following Committees: Legislative Affairs,... Continued
04/29/2014 - 9:00pm — EOPSA General Body Meetings
spring body meetings and events flier
EOPSA acts as the official representative of the EOF student body for the Rutgers University-New Brunswick campus on a University-wide and state-wide level, fosters diversity and multiculturalism. The organization serves as a legislative advocacy group, provides leadership opportunities and cultivates academic enhancement.  EOPSA consists of the following Committees: Legislative Affairs,... Continued
06/28/2014 (All day) — Summer Institute 2014
Students moving in.
  We are looking forward to welcoming the EOF Class of 2018 during our Summer Institute 2014. Correspondence is mailed to admitted EOF students. Students must complete financial aid verification and placement tests before June 1st. Prompt response to requests for additional information is really important. See packet and placement information... Continued

Rutgers Graduate School of Education

Jonathan Long
Jonathan Long will graduate from Rutgers University School of Arts and Sciences in New Brunswick in May 2014. He majored in English Literature. Jonathan states that during his time as an undergrad he was afforded many invaluable experiences. While studying under a senior staff member in... Continued

SAS EOF & McNair Scholar Receives Full Funding & Phi Beta Kappa

Student Spotlight - Nadia Schuman
Nadia Schuman, a graduating senior Psychology major, and a SAS-EOF and McNair Program Scholar at Rutgers, has recently been accepted into Binghamton University's Behavioral Neuroscience Ph.D. Program with a Clark Diversity Fellowship, which will fund her tuition and provide a generous... Continued

Campus Life Outside the Classroom

The SAS EOF Program offers a venue for first and second students to explore learning options outside the classroom setting at our Fall Semester Signature Event. During the Fall Conference, students learn from upperclass undergraduate peers about... Continued