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Wednesday, September 30, 2020

EOP&S 50th Anniversary

The Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOP&S) program provides assistance to low-income and disadvantaged students. For their 50th anniversary, EOP&S hosted different activities throughout the week of Sept. 3-6. Students and faculty participated in EOP&S trivia, indulged on root beer floats and tested their skills in an EOP&S-themed scrabble board. The week ended with faculty members, students, and alumni gathering at Rocky Young Park for a buffet-style lunch provided by Maggiano’s. EOP&S applications are available on the Pierce website for those who might qualify.

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