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What is CEOP

The mission of College Enrichment and Outreach Programs is to ensure students an equal access to education and foster excellence through a collaboration of support services

CPP

The purpose of College Prep Programs (CPP) is to promote P-20 student success and post-secondary education, from college awareness to college readiness, through academics, career exploration, civic engagement, college-life and leadership development for students from low-income and first generation college-attending families in New Mexico and across the country.


CPP website

Upward Bound

The mission of the Upward Bound Program at the University of New Mexico is to offer rigorous academic support to college bound high school students. The UNM Upward Bound Program is 100% funded through a grant from the U.S. Department of Education under the Higher Education Act of 1965.

UB website

Student Support Services

The mission of Student Support Services-TRiO is to increase the college retention and graduation rates of program partici­pants at the University of New Mexico Main Campus. The SSS program draws upon a holistic framework where committed participants receive individualized support by ad­dressing their educational and personal needs. Support is of­fered through academic advising, tutoring, mentoring, career advisement, personal guidance, financial guidance, graduate school guidance, workshops and social/cultural events. SSS Supplemental Grant Awards are available to eligible partici­pants based upon available funds. The UNM SSS program is 100% federally funded through grant from the US Department of Education TRiO Programs.


Student Support Services website

HEP

The University of New Mexico (UNM) High School Equivalency Program (HEP) is a federally funded five-year discretionary grant which provides a unique opportunity for individuals and their families with migratory or seasonal farm working backgrounds to obtain their GED. This program offers participants the opportunity to earn their GED diploma through intensive preparatory instruction, tutoring, and supportive services.

HEP website

EOC

The UNM Educational Opportunity Center Program (EOC-TRIO) aspires, in partnership with community partners, to positively change people’s lives through educational opportunities. Our goal is to provide the academic foundation necessary for our participants to reach their true potential and pursue a higher education.


EOC Website

CEOP-CEP Forms site

Department Resources

You can access any needed forms and documents at the site below. If you are prompted for username and password, you may need to prepend "colleges\" to your username. For example, if your UNM net ID was "unmuser12", you would enter your username as "colleges\unmuser12" and then enter your password normally..

CEP/CEOP Forms Site

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AVPSS Dashboard


CEOP Staff

CEOP Staff

Welcome to College Enrichment and Outreach Programs!

The mission of College Enrichment and Outreach Programs is to ensure students an equal access to education and foster excellence through a collaboration of support services.