EOC assists adults, age 19 and older, which meet income guidelines and will be the first in their families to obtain a four-year college degree.
EOC coordinators can assist you to complete and submit your FAFSA on-line. Filling out FAFSA may seem confusing at first, and we are more than happy to help you fill it out step by step, and apply! Remember, as with all EOC services, this one is FREE too!
We can help you enroll into any accredited 2-year or 4-year college, or vocational/technical school in the U.S. Persons needing to transfer from a community college to a 4 year university should contact the EOC.
Yes. EOC counselors interact directly with adult education centers to help program participants obtain their GED. Participants must plan to enter a degree-seeking program.
Yes. EOC provides services to ALL individuals who are low-income and/or first-generation college students.
TRIO does not offer a general scholarships, however, we do offer scholarship search assistance.
You will need your previous years Federal Tax Return and W-2's (1040, 1040A or the 1040EZ)
You will need your previous years Federal Tax return and W-2's AND your parents Federal Tax return and W-2's (1040, 1040A or the 1040EZ)
Yes, you will only be able to receive Student Loans.
For further information about our programs and services you may visit the EOC office
Monday-Friday from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. You may also call the office at 316-978-7800.
The EOC office is located in the Wichita State University Eugene M. Hughes Metropolitan Complex located at Oliver and 29th. Enter the building at entrance “N”.
Yes. If you are not eligible for participation in Wichita State EOC Program, there are TRIO Programs located throughout the state of Kansas and throughout the United States that you may be eligible for.