Office Location and Hours of Operation
116 Alumni Hall
Oneonta, New York 13820
Phone: (607) 436-2496
Monday through Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
AOP students who desire to achieve at the highest level are encouraged to work with our tutors in the Center for Academic Excellence located in 101K Alumni Hall. Our tutors are Chi Alpha Epsilon (XAE) Honor Society members, seniors and juniors with strong GPA's and top grades in the courses they tutor. Students are assisted with general class comprehension, test preparation, textbook interpretation and research papers. Tutorial is reserved for students who proactively strive for success.
The AOP Lending Library is a collection of textbooks available to all AOP students at no cost. Our library contains books from a variety of subjects and classes and are available for the full semester. To reserve your books, please contact your counselor or click here to log in and reserve your textbook online. Our library is always growing! If you are interested in donating your textbooks, please contact the AOP office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (607) 436-3074.
We strive to provide our students with everything they need to be successful. AOP offers notebooks, pens, pencils, folders, highlighters, binders, and index cards at no cost to the student. Visit the AOP office to get your supplies!
Calculator Loan Program
Texas Instrument-83 graphing calculators are available to borrow for one semester at a time. These calculators are required for specific Computer Science classes and are available for EOP/ACE students only. Call 436-2496 for information.
Karl's Kloset was inspired by EOP alum Karl Meier's desire to give back to the EOP community. Karl decided to donate his cap and gown along with $100 to purchase additional regalia so that students who could not afford the full cost of graduation would be given the chance to attend. Graduating seniors who are having a difficult time with the cost of graduation may borrow donated caps and gowns.
Karl Meier made the initial donation and we hope more graduates will donate their caps and gowns after use each year to build our inventory, so that future students may benefit from this program.