Stay Connected and Informed

Through your free subscriptions to the EOP newsletter and alumni events calendar, and access to our alumni activities database, you can stay informed about upcoming program events, TRIO developments, and alumni activities.

Give Back and Get Involved

The TRIO Alumni Association is dedicated to promoting community welfare and providing educational opportunities. You can become a volunteer to support the association’s continuous initiative toward community improvement and educational empowerment, and/or make a donation to increase the scholarship fund for the EOP’s next generation of graduates and other beneficiaries.

Academic Support

If you are still in college, your association membership, along with your active support and involvement in the alumni activities, makes you eligible for many scholarships and tutoring services managed by EOP. Tutoring is available for most subjects and can be flexible to fit your busy schedule.

Pre-college Level Services

  • Academic, financial and personal counseling
  • Exposure to academic programs and cultural events
  • Tutoring, after-school instruction and preparation for college-entrance exams
  • Assistance with completing college admissions and financial aid applications
  • Mentoring programs, career exploration and leadership development
  • Information on postsecondary education opportunities
  • College tours
  • Academic Year College Preparation and Summer Residential programs
  • Parents/families involvement and activities
  • Credit retrieval
  • High school proficiency exam preparation
  • Teacher development
  • Workshops (financial literacy, study skills, ACT/SAT prep, etc.)

College Level Services

  • Academic, financial and personal counseling
  • Tutoring and workshops
  • GRE/GMAT preparation
  • Direct financial assistance (grant-in-aid, scholarships, stipends) to current participants
  • Travel funds for current participants to attend and present at conferences
  • Assistance with graduate or professional school admissions
  • Advocacy for admissions and retention
  • Research opportunities and mentoring
  • Summer research internships and leadership development
  • Civic engagement and service-learning opportunities
  • Career exploration and preparation
  • Workshops (financial literacy, graduate school preparation, study skills, etc.)

Adult Level Services

  • Academic advising and personal counseling
  • Career exploration and mentoring
  • GED pre-testing and testing fee assistance
  • Assistance with the re-entry process to high school, vocational school or college
  • Assistance in completing applications for college admissions, testing and financial aid
  • Information on postsecondary educational opportunities and student financial assistance
  • Media activities designed to involve and acquaint the community with higher education opportunities
  • Introduction to other community and campus resources
  • Workshops (financial literacy, computer literacy, study skills, etc.)