Qualifying for admission to EOP is based on two criteria: a candidate's academic preparation and the financial resources of a candidate's family. Both take into account factors that have placed some individuals at a disadvantage in terms of academic readiness for college, and a family's ability to pay.
To be eligible for admission to EOP, you must:
- Possess a high school diploma or a General Equivalency Diploma (GED)
- Be a New York state resident for 12 months prior to enrollment
- Be non-admissible under regular admission, but demonstrate potential for successful completion of a college program;
- Be in need of financial assistance with the established guidelines; and
- Apply using the SUNY application
For more specific information regarding student economic eligibility and income guidelines
for EOP, please refer to the following link.
EOP Transfer Eligibility
To be eligible to transfer to EOP at Binghamton, you must have been admitted through your current college's or university's opportunity program (i.e., College Discovery, EOP, HEOP or SEEK). Interested students can submit an application through the Common or SUNY Application.
- If you currently attend a SUNY community college that doesn't offer EOP, you will need to send an email to email@example.com to find out your eligibility.
- All applicants are required to submit the EOP Transfer Verification form. You may be asked to submit financial documentation for review.
Admissions decisions are made by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.