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Mississippi Association of Educational Opportunity Program Personnel (MAEOPP)
MS TRiO Programs

MAEOPP was formally organized in 1977 by Elijah Slaughter, Irma Burks, Henry Berry, and Sidney James on the same principles and ideology of its mother organization, SAEOPP. It is a state non-profit organization established to bring together professionals who are interested in or are professionally involved in educational opportunity programs at Mississippi institutions of higher education. 

TRiO Programs broaden accessibility and education opportunities to low- income, first generation, and students with disabilities. TRiO Programs are:  Student Support Services, Talent Search, Upward Bound, Education Opportunity Centers, and Upward Bound Math/Science, Ronald E. McNair Post- baccalaureate Achievement Program, and Upward Bound Veterans.

VISION
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MAEOPP’s vision is to be a unified organization and a leader in education providing comprehensive, quality service to MS TRIO professional by using cutting edge technology in a nurturing environment. Our vision will be realized by offering state of the art programs and services to the students we serve, staff and business and industry. 

MISSION
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The organization’s mission is to provide educational services and programs, professional education, and cultural and recreational opportunities to constituents from the service area and beyond. Quality services and programs are offered in a safe environment consistent with federal and state operational standards and guidelines. 

PURPOSE
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The purpose of the Mississippi Association of Educational Opportunity Program and Personnel (MAEOPP) shall be to bring together into a work and student community those persons who have an active interest in or who are professionally involved in broadening accessibility to and success in formal postsecondary education. Major focus will be (1) those elements which prepare and condition students for postsecondary educational experiences, and (2) institutional responses to the challenge of serving more diverse student populations. Although MAEOPP will have a broad base of students concern, it will be particularly concerned about those students who by reason of socioeconomic status, ethnic definition, limited English speaking ability, physical handicap and/or restricted cultural-educational experiences find themselves in a position of disadvantages with traditional American students. 

CONSTITUTION and BY-LAWS
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Alcorn State University  http://www.alcorn.edu/

Coahoma Community College  http://www.coahomacc.edu/


Copiah-Lincoln Community College  http://www.colin.edu/
               
Delta State University http://www.deltastate.edu/
                            
Hinds Community College http://www.hindscc.edu/#gsc.tab=0

Holmes Community College http://www.holmescc.edu/

Mississippi State University http://www.msstate.edu/

MS Valley State University https://www.mvsu.edu/

Northwest Community College http://www.northwestms.edu/

Pearl River Community College http://www.prcc.edu/


Tougaloo College https://www.tougaloo.edu/

University of MS (Ole Miss) https://www.olemiss.edu/

University of Southern MS (USM) https://home.usm.edu/

 MAEOPP Institutions and respective TRiO Programs

UB
SSS
ETS
UB
SSS
EOC
ETS
SSS
UB
SSS
SSS
UB
UBII
SSS
SSS
SSS
SSS
ETS, UB1, UB2, UBMS, EOC
McNair
SSS, McNair
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