A. In order to be considered for HEOP, you must check the box stating that you are requesting “Need-Based Financial Aid.”
A. The conditional acceptance letter means that Admissions considers you as a possible HEOP candidate. All applicants must first go through a phone assessment and interview process before we can determine whether you are eligible for the program.
A. No, all applications must be processed through the Admissions Office.
A. The HEOP program at the School of Engineering is only open to incoming undergraduate freshmen.
A. No, admission to HEOP is only available to students entering college for the first time who have completed the HEOP summer program.
A. Yes, the HEOP Summer Program is mandatory. It is designed to help incoming freshmen go through the transition period from high school to college and develop a strong academic foundation.
A. No, HEOP covers a significant portion of eligible students’ educational expenses. It is important that students complete the Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA) and the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) applications as early as possible. Student loans are required to supplement financial aid packages.