The Educational Opportunity Fund, is a New Jersey state-legislated program. It provides access to higher education for students who demonstrate the potential to succeed in college, and possess a high level of academic motivation, who qualify for admission on the basis of academic and financial need. EOF Scholars receive a grant that is part of their financial aid package and participate in a range of programs designed to support their success in college, including a pre-college Summer Institute bridge program and 1:1 academic/personal counseling.
The Rutgers University School of Arts and Sciences (SAS) Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Program is the largest in New Jersey, serving over 1300 scholars in the following schools:
|School of Arts and Sciences||Rutgers Business School||Mason Gross School of the Arts||School of Management and Labor Relations||Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy||Douglass Residential College|