TCNJ’s Minority Executive is looking to award multiple students with a $350 book award. This money can go toward books and other school related supplies and I strongly suggest applying for it. The application button can be found below, and all it takes is 5-10 minutes of your time to fill out a qualtricsContinue Reading
Take a look at some of the pictures from our Suits and Flutes event from October 2013. If you weren’t there, you missed the students and staff out there dancing. We wobbled the night away!
Take a look at pictures from our EOF Mentor Event.Continue Reading
It’s time to use social networking to pick a mentor!! This is a new and exciting process where you will participate in different activities in order to pick a mentor that you believe is suited for you!!! This is a mandatory EOF event and all EOF Freshman are required to attend!!!Continue Reading
Interested in becoming a mentor for a fellow EOF student? Are you looking to give back to those who have given so much to you? would you like to work on your leadership skills or are you just looking for a reason to do something fun and maybe win a prize while doing it? IfContinue Reading
To anyone who is interested there will be an EOF peer to peer session on Wednesday the 25th in the Education building 212 at 2:00pm. This will be beneficial to those of you who are interested in gaining more information in doing study abroad.
This year’s Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Gala, which will be held Saturday, November 13, at the Trenton Marriott at Lafayette Yard, will honor James Boatwright, who retired this summer after directing TCNJ’s EOF Program for nearly a quarter-century.Continue Reading
In March 2009, students, alumni, staff, and faculty who have been a part of TCNJ’s Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Program gathered in Harold W. Eickhoff Hall to celebrate the program’s four decades of success in providing access to TCNJ for more than 1,300 highly motivated, yet economically disadvantaged students. The evening featured dinner, dancing, and a special presentation honoring the program’s first director, Casper Lonesome, PhD, and the program’s Charter Class of 1968.Continue Reading