UCLA Early Academic Outreach Program (UCLA EAOP) to Hold Math & Science Academy 2019

Published : Tuesday, May 14, 2019 | 12:30 PM

The UCLA Early Academic Outreach Program is hosting a Free Math & Science Academy on Sunday, May 19, 2019, 8:30 a.m. at UCLA Campus (Drop Off) Murphy Hall (410 Charles E. Young Drive East, Los Angeles).

This is a fantastic STEM opportunity at UCLA for all grades 6-12 students. Interested students please register at www.eaopmathscience2019.eventbrite.com.

Lunch will be provided.

If your student has a passion for science and mathematics, be sure to check this out!

Limited Transporation will be provided. Bus Info provided Only to Students who Register Online. Space is limited to first come, register to secure your seat! Registration forms will be sent to registrants 3 days before the event. All forms MUST be completed and signed by both student/Guardian in order to board the bus.

The Early Academic Outreach Program (EAOP) is an academic preparation program established in 1976 by the University of California to expand postsecondary education opportunities for California’s educationally disadvantaged students. UCLA EAOP works with students to help them become competitively eligible applicants for college admission, going beyond minimum eligibility. EAOP works collaboratively with families, educators, schools, communities, and various campus departments to provide pre-college students with challenging academic enrichment activities to promote and cultivate a college-going culture. EAOP is one of the state’s most successful pre-collegiate student academic development programs. UCLA EAOP works with over 15,000 students in middle school and high school each year. This includes working with over 80 schools in 10 school districts. Since 1991, approximately 60% of EAOP seniors meet UC eligibility each year, 82% attend a postsecondary institution upon high school graduation and 62% attend a 4-year institution, with 25% attending a UC school.¬†For more information, visit https://www.eaop.ucla.edu/

 

 

 

 

 

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