Providing assistance to historically underrepresented students

EOP/SSS Events

Two EOP/SSS students enjoying ice cream

Two EOP/SSS students enjoying ice cream
at the Ice Cream Sundae Social

Ice Cream Sundae Social - Held on the Sunday before classes begin, this ice cream extravaganza welcomes you and other new and returning students to the Humboldt State University campus.

Wiyot Tacos - Offered periodically throughout each year, these feasts feature authentic Wiyot Indian fry bread with all the fixings for tacos. These events also serve as an opportunity for you to visit with faculty, staff, and other program students and to share in conversation and a home-cooked meal.

Welcome Back BBQ - Typically, September is a beautiful month in Humboldt County. EOP, SSS, and the Multicultural Center welcome the fall season with a lunch-time BBQ for you and other program students, faculty and staff.

Proud students accepting honor roll certificates

Proud students accepting honor roll certificates

Honors Ceremony - The EOP/SSS Honors Ceremony recognizes the outstanding academic achievements of our students. For every year you earn Honor Roll recognition, and for the year of your graduation, we will invite you, your family, friends and faculty to join together to acknowledge and celebrate your wonderful accomplishments

Transfer Student Program - This course is offered to first semester transfer students. If you are an incoming transfer student, this course will explore issues related to your transition into a 4-year college, your advancement into the professional world, and opportunities for you to pursue advanced study at the graduate and professional school level.

Forum for Diversity in Graduate Education - In partnership with the California State University, and in coordination with selected faculty and the Dean of Graduate Studies, EOP/SSS provides you and other students the opportunity to attend a statewide forum on graduate school opportunities for underrepresented students. This annual event encourages underrepresented students to pursue graduate education and to create a more diverse higher education community, nationwide.