Results Notification

Look for your EAP results in the mail by late summer. The results will be included in your STAR Student Report. If you do not receive a copy of your STAR report, please see your counselor in September.

You can also check your status online. Check your results >

Going to CSU?

To understand your results if you're going to CSU, please click here >

Help! I didn't pass!

If your EAP status indicates that you are not yet ready for college level English or math courses, you must take the college entrance exams once you have been accepted for admission.

To learn more, visit:
CSU Math Success
CSU English Success


Learn More

For more information on how you can help your son or daughter get college-ready, please visit:

CSU English Success for Parents
CSU Math Success for Parents

The California Community Colleges

On September 28, 2008, Governor Schwarzenegger signed Senate Bill 946 (Scott) enabling California’s Community College system to implement the Early Assessment Program (EAP). This bill enables Community Colleges to work with their local high schools and CSU, through the EAP, to address the high number of students who are unprepared for college-level course work.

For students, this news means that participating Community Colleges are now accepting your EAP results for consideration.  See below for more information on which colleges are accepting your results.

Participating Colleges

For the latest list of California Community Colleges currently accepting EAP results, please visit the Chancellor's Office website.  Click here>   


California State UniversityCalifornia Community Colleges Chancellor's OfficeFoundation for California Community CollegesWilliam and Flora Hewlett Foundation