Invest in You
Rutgers School of Health Professions EOF program puts financially and academically disadvantaged students on a path to a college education. The EOF program focuses on low-income, first-generation students who want to pursue careers within the health professions. It provides a supportive environment through a combination of academic ‘intrusive advising,” workshops, and academic support services.
Eligible students can receive financial assistance for tuition and books, as well as additional academic, personal and social support to help them successfully transition to Rutgers.
Find out below if you are eligible. For questions, contact Enrollment Management at 973 972-5454 or email Iris Espinosa at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Listen to Medical Lab Science student Safiatu talk about how EOF helped her to succeed.
Grants are generally available to students from families with a background of poverty whose annual income falls within the EOF Income Eligibility Scale, and who meet the academic criteria set by Rutgers School of Health Professions’ EOF office. Families who have accumulated assets do not qualify for financial assistance through the New Jersey EOF Program.
SCHOOL OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS REQUIREMENTS:
- Must demonstrate an educationally and economically disadvantaged background
- Must be a New Jersey resident 12 consecutive months prior to receiving the award
- Must apply and be accepted to a participating New Jersey college or university
- Must meet the academic criteria as set by the institution of choice
- Must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the New Jersey Alternative Financial Aid Application. http://www.fafsa.ed.gov The Rutgers School code to be used on your FAFSA is: 002629.
- Gross Income must fall within the criteria shown: