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Fighting for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education

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Posted by eopsa on October 30, 2008

” I have greatly benefited from EOF and all of the services and guidance that the
program provides. EOF enhanced my appreciation for diversity and community
involvement. Through EOF I was given the foundation needed to start a focus group
for Black women on campus, Black S.T.A.R.S.. EOF showed me that everyone deserves a
voice and only through a family of support can that voice be heard. I am a Rutgers
College Senior from South Jersey and I am proud to be a part of EOF.”

Quinn P. Cummings, Rutgers College ’09

” I wouldn’t have made it if it wasn’t for EOF and the help of my wonderful counselor at
the time, James H. Whitney III. I am so proud to be an EOF student because EOF has
helped me make it through college, not to mention the financial help. I have also
given back to EOF, I was a part of the Rutgers College EOPSA, and I helped create
the SAS EOPSA. I currently teach children with autism full-time at the Douglass
School located on the Douglass campus.”

Fatoumata Saccoh, Rutgers College ’09

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