How To Apply

All applicants should complete the MCC Application on-line and check the appropriate box to indicate your interest in EOP.  This will begin the process for program consideration.  Academic eligibility is determined by the campus and is based on the applicant's high school records, standardized test scores (SAT, ACT) and the college's placement test scores.  First-time college students must meet both academic and income guidelines. Priority is given to applicants from historically disadvantaged backgrounds.

Applicants who meet the academically eligibility and have been accepted to the college will receive information regarding instructions on how to access the EOP Supplemental Application and program requirements to further determine eligiblity. Interviews (in-person or by phone) are required. The interview gives you an opportunity to learn more about EOP and have all of your questions answered.

Students accepted to Monroe Community College are not automatically accepted to EOP.  In addition, all applicants to EOP receive a letter of acceptance or denial upon review of all required documents.

All applicants are required to complete the EOP Supplemental Application for Admission Form, submit proof of income for the previous calendar year, and complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov and the New York State Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) Form at www.hesc.com.

If you need assistance, you may contact the EOP Office at 585-292-2028.


Deadlines for EOP Admissions:
Fall 2014: May 30, 2014
Spring 2015: December 4, 2014
Fall 2015: May 29, 2015
Please note: EOP Admissions deadline is subject to change contingent upon the number of EOP applications received each semester.

Remember, there are a limited number of openings in EOP. Please start your application process early. Students who have completed all of the application steps will be the first considered for acceptance.

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