CCCEOPSA Membership Classes
The five classes of CCCEOPSA membership are as follows:
Voting Members: Open to all persons who are actively engaged in the operation of the EOPS program on a campus at the EOPS director level and/or below as designated in the program plan, exclusive of student workers. Voting members shall be accorded all of the privileges, including that of voting and holding office, with the exception of the offices of President and Vice-President, which shall be limited to EOPS directors and individuals who run the day to day operation of the EOPS program on their campuses.
Associated Members: Open to all persons who are not actively engaged in the operation of a campus EOPS program. This membership shall include the statutory advisory committee. Associated members shall be accorded the privilege of attending state-wide meetings but shall not be accorded the privilege of voting or holding office in this organization.
Honorary Members: Open to those persons who hold one of the following offices: the Chancellor, Vice-Chancellor and staff, Presidents of community colleges, supervising Deans of EOPS, State Senators and Assemblypersons, members of local EOPS advisory committees and others designated by the Executive committee. Honorary members shall be accorded the privilege of attending the state-wide meetings. Honorary members may attend, by invitation, the special meetings which may be called, as well as the executive meetings. These members may not vote or hold office.
Institutional Members: Open to any community college which has an operational EOPS program. Institutional membership shall provide community colleges the privilege of sending representatives to the statewide meetings, in-service training sessions, informational meetings and special meetings called by the association.
Student Members: Student members shall be accorded the privilege of attending state-wide meetings.