Academic Progress Reports
Academic Progress Reports will be available on Monday, October 6th and are due Friday, October 24th.
What is an EOPS/CARE/CalWORKs academic progress report?
- The EOPS/CARE/CalWORKs progress report is a form you bring to your instructors to complete so you may find out how you are doing in your classes so far.
- The progress report lets you see if you are on track in the class, or if you need additional help and attention to finish the course successfully.
- You must hand in the completed form to the EOPS/CARE/CalWORKs office by Friday, October 24th.
Where do I get a progress report?
- You may pick up the progress report form at the EOPS office or you may download it here during the Academic progress report period.
What if I haven’t had any tests or quizzes yet?
- If your instructor indicated that they cannot provide a letter grade evaluation of your progress, ask them to provide a letter grade assessment based on your attendance and class participation.
What about online classes?
- Email your instructor and ask them to email you the grade you are receiving in the class so far. Then print the email and attach it to the progress report
- If the course has a webpage where you can look up your grade in the course so far, you may also print a copy of that page and attach it to the progress report.
What if I’m not doing well in my classes?
- If one of your instructors indicates you are not earning a passing grade so far, you must see your counselor as soon as possible.
- Your counselor will provide resources and help you strategize on how to improve your performance in the course.
What if I do not hand in a progress report?
- Handing in an academic progress report is one of the responsibilities that you agreed to when you joined EOPS and signed the Mutual Responsibility Contract.
- Failure to return a completed academic progress report may render you ineligible for Spring 2015 book voucher.
For more information, visit or contact the EOPS?CARE/CalWORKs office:
EOPS/CARE/CalWORKs is located in room A101. Call (510) 748-2258 for further information.