Welcome to EAOP at UCSF

Coordinating programs and events that encourage Bay Area students to pursue a college education.


Plan on College! is a FREE, one-day, annual event for Bay Area and specifically, San Francisco Unified students in the Eighth grade and their parents or guardians.

Register for the 2017 Plan on College program today here!

2017 Plan on College!

When: Saturday, May 6, 2017 from 8:45am - 1pm

Where: Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School, 350 Girard Street, San Francisco, CA 94134
How Much: FREE, including free lunch for all attendees

Why attend?

When students work together with their families to begin planning early for admission to a college or university, it can help to ensure that they understand their options after high school graduation.

Attendees of Plan on College! will receive valuable information on course selection for high school, factors that impact college eligibility, college financial aid, and long-term benefits of a college education.

Parent workshops are presented in English, Spanish and Cantonese by experts in the field.

Registration Form:

If you have any questions, please email Anthea Yugawa at: Anthea.lim@ucsf.edu

Por favor de comunicarse con el senor Ángel-Max Guerrero si tiene preguntas sobre este programa.  Angel-Max.Guerrero@ucsf.edu 

Thank you so much and we look forward to seeing you next month!! 

Center for Science, Education, and Outreach staff 


UCSF Summer Science Camp application is Available!!

Science Day camp Is a one week camp for 4th and 5th grade students who are interested in fun interactive science activities. The Camp dates are from Monday June 19th – Friday June 23rd, 2017. Please download the application to apply.



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