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The purpose of Educational Access Programs (EAP) is to enhance the quality of the educational experience for minority students in particular, and all students in general, through programs, services, advocacy, and referral to appropriate resources. EAP is actively involved in the enrollment development functions of the University with respect to recruitment and retention of minority students.
In addition, EAP responds to the need to expose all students to, and involve in, a wide range of multicultural activities and initiatives. EAP fulfills its purpose by working in cooperation with other administrative and academic units, student organizations, and the Cape Girardeau community.
Educational Access Programs promotes student development by:
The College Access Partnership Award (CAP-A) is available to first-year students who have participated in a designated College Access Partnership program or Scholarship Organization/Foundation.
Value: Ranges from $500-2,000 per year ($250-1,000 per semester)
Active College Access Partners
Organizations and Associations:
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri
College Bound St. Louis
Gene Slay’s Girls & Boys Club of St. Louis
MOHELA/Missouri Scholarship and Loan Foundation
Scholarship Foundation of St. Louis
St. Louis Community Foundation
St. Louis Graduates
St. Louis Internship Program
St. Louis Regional Chamber
Charter School Systems
KIPP St. Louis
National College Access Programs