Sussex college plans information session


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Join Sussex County Community College (SCCC) for an Information Session on the Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) program on Monday, March 25, from 6-8 p.m. at the Performing Arts Center.

The EOF program at Sussex is designed to meet the educational and financial needs of students whose economic background makes it difficult for them to pursue a college education and who may be ready for college but need assistance boosting their academic grades. The Program focuses on the academic development of eligible students through workshops and campus support that provides academic reinforcement, self-development and career development activities. These activities ensure growth of skills and strategies needed for academic success.

During the course of their education, efforts are also made to increase confidence, develop social skills and broaden horizons. This program makes higher education possible for students who are eager to learn by exposing them to academic/co-curricular experiences.

To find out more about the EOF Program offered at Sussex, contact Ann Bruno, EOF Coordinator, at abruno@sussex.edu or call 973.300.2347.



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