Textbook Lending Library Staff


    Joseline Arreaga

  • Joseline Arreaga

    Sociology and Psychology / Senior / She, Her, Hers

    EOP's strong support system and genuine concern for student's best interest has greatly shaped my educational experience at UCSC. As a way to pay it forward, I felt that this position would allow me to take part in reducing barriers that often burden historically disadvantaged peers. I'm especially grateful for the opportunity to work with like minded peers and staff who share an interest in helping students navigate the university. Overall, my hope is that collaborative growth and learning continue to shape our services to make student's educational experiences as positive and accessible as possible.

  • Jennifer Bejar

  • Jennifer Bejar

    Majors: Politics & Latin American and Latino Studies. Minor: Legal Studies / Senior / She, Her, Hers

    I enjoy working at EOP because everyone is passionate about helping first generation students navigate college. The sense of community within EOP provides a support system beyond the academic realm. Working for the Textbook Lending Library is very rewarding, as I witness how college becomes more accessible for my peers.

  • Anna Perez-Gomez

  • Anna Perez-Gomez

    Sociology and Education / Senior / She, Her, Hers

    As a first-generation student who comes from a low-income household, EOP has notably supported me throughout the edges of college. I’m passionate to be working with EOP because their goal is to provide support for students of socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds. My studies are devoted to the value of education towards students who are underprivileged, therefore, I look forward to helping and reminding students that their well-being matters within the education system.

  • Lexie Tapke

  • Lexie Tapke

    BA Literature, Education Minor / Senior / She, Her, Hers

    I'm a fifth year Literature major with a minor in Education. I'm passionate about finding new innovations in learning and addressing the needs of first generation, low-income, and historically disadvantaged students. After graduation, I hope to continue uplifting students from these communities, strengthening student efficacy and fighting for access and inclusion in higher education. Come say hi!

  • Anahi Mendoza

  • Anahi Mendoza

    Psychology / Sophomore / She, Her, Hers

    I work at EOP in hopes of helping students by relieving them of some stress related to their academic responsibilities. TLL relieves students of worrying about attaining their class materials and lets them focus on doing well in said classes. I love working at EOP as an EOP student myself I love being able to help give back to my community