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The Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) is a state funded program for New Jersey students who are educationally and economically challenged and who are greatly underrepresented in science and technological fields. 

New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) was among the earliest higher education institutions in the State to accept the challenge posed by the New Jersey Department of Higher Education to "identify, recruit and provide financial assistance to needy students who are residents of this State in order that they may be able to attend institutions of higher education." In response to this challenge, the Engineering Opportunity Program was established in 1968. It was renamed the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) in 1975 to reflect its broader mission of providing access to other areas of study at the university, including architecture, science, and business.

The university has consistently displayed strong commitment to and support for EOP, and provides adequate resources to assure the Program's success.

Upcoming Open House Dates:

Sunday, October 26, 2014
Campus Center
11:00AM to 4:00PM

Reserve Your Spot.

Sunday, November 16, 2014
Campus Center
11:00AM to 4:00PM

Reserve Your Spot.


Educational Opportunity Program Stories From Our Features Site

December 2, 2014
Many students enter NJIT with the hope that they’ll graduate and find a good job. And that’s basically what happened to Fernando Rosero. But instead of finding a good job, he found... read more!
October 17, 2014
To have a successful career, there are five things you must do, according to Ileana Rivera, a senior director of information technology (IT) at Cisco, who spoke Friday to an assembly of NJIT... read more!
September 11, 2014
For some students, NJIT is more than a college: It's a family affair. And NJIT has been that for the Jackson sisters -- Marie, Martina and Vincia – all of whom found a home, and an avenue... read more!
September 2, 2014
It’s the first day of classes at NJIT and many students are understandably nervous. So what better way to welcome them to campus than to serve a free breakfast? And the person serving them... read more!