The EOP Student Organization (ESO) seeks to promote ethical leadership, academic achievement, and civic responsibility by mobilizing students to educate others on the importance of campus involvement, community service, networking, and degree completion. Lastly, to provide students with meaningful opportunities to interact with CSULB faculty, staff, administration and community members.
Vice President: Clarissa Hernandez
Tuesday 4:00pm-7:00pm EOP Tutoring Room
Tuesday 5:00pm-7:00pm Liberal Arts Building 1, Room 104
* February 7, 2017 & February 21, 2017
*March 7, 2017 & March 21, 2017
* April 4, 2017 & April 18, 2017
* May 2, 2017 & May 9, 2017