EOP is an academic program that motivates and enables low-income and first generation students, whose parents do not have a baccalaureate degree, to enter and succeed in higher education. EOP consists of the following projects:


Upward Bound (UB) and Upward Bound Math & Science UBMS.

UB and UBMS are federally funded TRIO programs. Our mission is to assist and educate low-income and first generation high school freshman, sophomores, juniors, and seniors in their goal of becoming a college graduate. The UBMS program is for students with a strong interest in the math, science, or technology field. We recruit students who live in the city of Milwaukee.

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Student Support Services

Student Support Services enrolls eligible students who show potential for success at Marquette. It offers a network of supportive services, financial aid assistance, a pre-enrollment summer program, academic counseling, specialized courses, seminars and tutoring, as well as personal, educational, graduate and career counseling.

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Ronald E. McNair Scholars

McNair Scholars prepares eligible students for graduate school. During the academic year, students attend monthly seminars, meet visiting scholars, and participate in student and professional conferences. The McNair Director is available to provide specialized academic advising, admissions and financial aid application assistance. During the summer, McNair students may apply to participate in SOAR, a paid research internship which provides an in-depth research experience, working one-on-one with a faculty mentor, and the opportunity to network with other undergraduates from across the nation.

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Educational Opportunity Program

EOP is an academic program that motivates and enables low-income and first generation students, whose parents do not have a baccalaureate degree, to enter and succeed in higher education. See all the programs that Educational Opportunity Programs include.