Meet Our Staff
The School of Arts and Sciences Educational Opportunity Fund (SASEOF) Program includes seven full time staff in leadership, eleven members of the senior counseling staff and five staff members providing program support.
Leadership within the SAS EOF focuses on fulfilling the mission of the EOF Program by providing support services to its participants. Specific members administrate services to the EOF students in the areas of Admission, Recruitment and Assessment. Also, leaders will address the needs of the Transfer and Non-Traditional Population.
The senior counseling staff is dedicated to engaging with EOF students to ensure that they are informed of university requirements and receive individualized academic support which leads to succesful completion of the college experience. Each EOF student is assigned to a designated counselor.
The support staff provides assistance with clerical and office duties for the program.