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

Contact Us

Phone: 848-932-7167 (Administration)
Fax: 732-932-2547

Speak with EOF staff at campus locations:

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

Postal Address:
SAS-EOF Program
520 George St.
Milledoler Hall
New Brunswick, NJ 08901-1167

01/20/2017 (All day) — McNair Program Application Available for Cohort 2018! Apply Today!
Are you a rising Sophomore or Junior? Interested an advanced degree? The Ronald E. McNair Post-baccalaureate Achievement Program, a nationally recognized program funded by the U.S. Department of Education, is now accepting applications for our 2018 cohort. The services provided are designed to prepare participants who demonstrate strong academic potential and scholarship skills necessary for... Continued
05/01/2017 - 11:00am — The Calm Before the Storm
Is the thought of final exams stressing you out? Do you need help releasing some of that stress?  Come relax with The School of Arts and Sciences Educational Opportunity Fund department as we are hosting "The Calm Before The Storm". Join us and  participate in activities such as making stress pillows, coloring and crafting to help release your stress.... Continued
05/02/2017 - 3:00pm — Walk n' Talk with EOF
Is studying for your final exams stressing you out? Do you need someone to talk about it?  Come walk and talk with SAS EOF and allow us to help you de-stress before your tests. We will meet the students at Buccleuch Park in New Brunswick  to walk and chat with them.  Walk n' Talk will provide students with the opportunity to get a little bit of exercise as well as giving them a safe space to talk... Continued
05/03/2017 - 11:00am — Destress Zone
Are you stressing out from studying for exams? Is it making you want to pull your hair? The School of Arts and Sciences EOF Program wants you to let your hair go, brush it down and register for the EOF De-Stress Zone. This program will allow students to relax and alleviate some of the pressures they may be feeling from final exams while indulging in food, television and games provided by the... Continued

SAS EOF Scholar, Yasmen Baidoun, recognized at the Undergraduate Research Writing Conference

SAS EOF would like to shoutout Yasmen Baidoun and congratulate her for being recognized at the Rutgers University Undergraduate Research Writing Conference for an essay she wrote titled, "Gender-Based Pricing: A Modern Form of Discrimination". It is always a pleasure and honor to see our... Continued

Important FAFSA Changes for 2017-2018

Federal, State and Rutgers deadlines for financial aid have changed!  The 2017-2018 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is available as early as October 1, 2016. To maximize financial aid eligibility, incoming Rutgers students should file by December 1st and continuing... Continued

Chi Alpha Epsilon: Mu Chapter

Chi Alpha Epsilon: Mu Chapter is an esteemed honor society that recognizes the academic achievements of EOF students in the SAS program at Rutgers University. Chi Alpha Epsilon honors students that show excellent scholarship, great leadership, and success in academia. The honor society... Continued