Welcome to the University at Stony Brook's Educational Opportunity Program/Advancement on Individual Merit (EOP/AIM). If you are a new EOP/AIM admitted student we congratulate you on selecting Stony Brook and on your decision to become part of EOP/AIM. We are here to assist you in any way we can, and we are confident that if you work hard you will be successful in achieving your goals.
Spring 2016 Mandatory Meeting Dates
Mandatory I: Spring Kickoff - Monday, Jan. 25, 12-2 p.m. SAC A
Mandatory II: Monday, Feb. 8 - Friday, Feb. 26
Mandatory III: Monday, Feb. 29 - Friday, April 1
Mandatory IV: Monday, April 25 - Friday, May 6
Walk-in and group tutoring: Walk-in tutoring sessions begin Monday, Feb. 1. Learn more and sign up for group tutoring HERE.
Office of Diversity and Affirmative Action Scholarship Opportunities
The Dr. William McAdoo Memorial Scholarship acknowledges exceptional undergraduate students who excel in their studies while actively advocating for social justice issues; display their interest and commitment by participating, organizing and coordinating a variety of extracurricular and community outreach or organizing activities; demonstrate leadership qualities; and make contributions to diversity-related programs on campus or in their communities. CLICK HERE to learn more.
The Ralph Watkins Memorial Scholarship was established for underrepresented students who are admissible under regular criteria but due to financial constraints may be unable to complete their education. CLICK HERE to learn more.
The following websites can tell you how to look up your local legislators as well as verity that you are registered to vote:
NYS Assembly LOOKUP Website - http://assembly.state.ny.us/mem/
NYS Senate LOOKUP Website - http://www.senate.state.ny.us/
StateBoard of Elections LOOKUP Website - http://www.elections.state.ny.us/sboemaps/maps.htm
EOP/AIM on PBS
The PBS television program NewsHour profiled Stony Brook's EOP/AIM program and explained how it is helping students succeed. VIEW THE VIDEO