PAGEs is an acronym for Personal and Academic Growth Experiences.
EOP requirements support student's growth and sense of belonging by connecting them with EOP services and SJSU Campus Resources.

There are many campus events (in-person and virtual) that will enhance your personal and professional development. Students involved in their education develop the skills necessary to successfully achieve their personal, professional, and academic goals.


STEP 1: All EOP students (new and continuing) should complete/attend at least one (1) separate event (in-person or virtual) in each of the following categories: Academic, Professional (Career), and Personal in order to meet the requirements.
STEP 2: Submit three (3) EOP Fall 2023 PAGEs Surveys, one for each event, download a copy of your responses at completion, and email the PDF to your SJSU email for your records.
Click to access the Fall 2023 EOP PAGEs Survey

The deadline for the PAGEs requirement is Friday, November 17, 2023.
  • Complete the requirements early in the semester when there are many events available on campus. 
  • If you have any questions about PAGEs, please reach out to the EOP Front Desk at 408/924-2637 or email your assigned EOP Advisor. 

PROFESSIONAL (Career): SJSU Career Center sponsored events, fairs, online tutorials, and other career related resources
ACADEMIC: Peer Connections, Writing Center, MLK Library, and Study Abroad sponsored events
PERSONAL: Events of your choosing that support your college experience; EOP events, Weeks of Welcome, Spartan Speaker Series, LinkedIn Learning, Student Success units, just to name a few
*NEW* (Updated 09/08/23)
  • View the following PDFs for events that we would like to highlight for the next few weeks. 
  • This is not an exhaustive list, but is intended to give you an idea of the types of events that would satisfy the different categories of PAGEs.
  • Web links in the PDFs have been intentionally disabled and are view-only.
  • View on a mobile device for the best viewing experience. 
  • The departments listed above host many events each semester, but you are also able to attend other career or academic related events on campus, as other departments may hold events as well.
  • For example, a Math or Psychology Department sponsored Grad School workshop would meet the Academic category.  All Grad School workshops will meet the Academic category.
  • Grad School workshops specifically hosted by the SJSU Career Center will meet the Professional (Career) category.
  • The following activities do not meet the PAGEs requirements: Major advising, Success Center advising, GE advising, tutoring, SJSU or EOP peer mentoring, sporting events, Student Organization tabling events, CAPS appointments, or off-campus (non-SJSU) events.