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A student's academic profile, including high school grades, college board scores and academic history should indicate that he/she would not be admissible under St. Bonaventure University's regular admissions standards, but demonstrate the student's potential for success at the university level.
A student must meet the Financial Guidelines established by the New York State Education Department, with appropriate support documentation.
Economic guidelines can be reviewed by clicking Financial Guideline Sheet for HEOP.
The economic guidelines mandated by the State Education Department of New York are set up according to the number of people in the household. Adjustments are made for families with two workers, one-parent families, and families with unusual and extenuating circumstances. Students must be New York state residents and meet other eligibility guidelines. Please contact the HEOP office at 1-800-462-5050 or HEOP@sbu.edu for further information.
Students and families must be able to provide extensive documentation of their income including, but not limited to, copies of: Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA); parents’ and student's 1040, 1040A, or 1040EZ, and W-2 forms; Social Services Documentation; Social Security form 1099; and verification of child support. All must be signed by appropriate persons and include the total amount of income received in the prior-prior year.
HEOP at SBU - Bristol Barnes.
By Kiara Catanzaro, ’15
St. Bonaventure University’s Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program recognized 63 students at the annual HEOP Honors and Chi Alpha Epsilon Reception on Tuesday, Jan. 28, in the Athletics Hall of Fame. The reception celebrated HEOP students who displayed academic distinction by achieving a GPA of 2.5 or higher for the fall 2013 academic semester.
The following students were recognized: Diana Adegoke, Angela Aguilar, Andrea Ailaca, Rafael Alfonseca, Ana Alonzo, Frederick Alvarez, Katherine Arredondo, Angell Benjamin, Dariana Bera, Najakene Berry, Jennifer Boe, Katie Boe, Dexroy Brooks, David Bryant, Jasmine Cooper, Alma Cortez, Dakota Davies, Troy Deweever, Shivam Dua, Diego Emiliano, Befadil Eustate, Andrea Fernandes, Paola Foy, Jonathan Gallegos, Jalen Gethers, Jeffery Gutierrez, Jonathan Heard, Rory Jones, Ashley Jordan, Paul Leonardo.
Jomoh Lewis, Makeda Loney, Fanny Loor, Miguel Lopez, April Luna, Xenia Machado, Kareem Malcolm, Amrita Maniram, Brandi Mapson, Kayla Melligan, Lusaida Mercado Rosa, Chernice Miller, Audrey Mooradian, Denise Muyibi, Miguel Nesbitt, Yanelia Nunez, Gladys Ofori, Andy Pacheco, Marc Peralta, Kristine Rivera, Jean Carlos Rodriguez, Luis Rodriquez, Diana Roque, Aaliyah Samuels, Crystaliz Sanchez, Victor Sheriff, Esther St. Cloud, Daseyann Taylor, Ana Tivadar, Adrian Urbaez, Shyanne Wester, Jabril Wright and Aeiress Wyatt.
Two students were inducted into Chi Alpha Epsilon (XAE), which acknowledges the accomplishments of students who are admitted to universities and colleges through opportunity programs. This semester’s inductees are Chernice Miller, a sophomore theater major, and Denise Muyibi, a sophomore education major; they are both from Brooklyn, N.Y.
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