Whether you are working your way through a personal, financial aid or academic problem, or trying to decide on a major, need help setting goals or managing time, as an OSP/EOF student you will receive personal attention from an assigned OSP/EOF counselor. Counselors will also encourage you to enhance your NJCU experience by getting involved in the University's many clubs and student organizations.
Your individual counselor will monitor your academic progress and provide support from enrollment through graduation.
Sometimes the best counseling comes from your peers, which is exactly what OSP/EOF's Peer Counseling Program is all about. Peer counselors are there to assist you with practical solutions or when you just need someone to listen.
OSP/EOF workshops cover strategies for success and provide opportunities for you to share your experiences with peers as you support each other through your journey to success.
Free to all OSP/EOF students, tutorial services help you to improve your study skills, increase proficiency in academic content areas, overcome academic challenges, and help you remain focused on your academic goals.
The EOF grant covers a maximum of twelve semesters. Students interested in accelerating their path to graduation may be eligible for additional funds to cover winter and summer classes based on availability of funds.