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Frequently Asked Questions

If you have a question about our school, our FAQ page is the best place to find the answer. We've provided answers to the questions we are asked most frequently. If you don't find what you need here, we're always happy to answer your questions personally. Just give us a call!

How do I apply to Eden ROP Adult Programs?

We are thrilled to welcome new members to our community! Please visit our Programs page for enrollment information.

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Do you provide transportation services?

We do not provide transportation for our adult students. However, there are several public transportation stops near us. For more information, visit the 511 website and review the Hayward routes.

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How do I get to your campus?

We’ve provided a map for you on our contact page, but if you are using MapQuest or GPS to navigate to Eden Area ROP, we recommend using a different address. Our mailing address will get you to the front of our complex, but not to our parking lot. Drivers use 26011 Kay Avenue, Hayward, California 94545.

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What are class hours?

Classes meet at different times throughout the week to accommodate the schedule of working adults. Please review the information listed under the specific program that interests you for details.

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Will Eden ROP find me a job?

We do not offer job placement services at Eden ROP; however, many job listings are available in the Technology Center. Upon successful completion of your courses/certifications, we encourage you to review those listings as well as any leads your instructors may have provided.

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Do you enforce a dress code at Eden ROP?

We expect our students to dress in an appropriate manner at all times. Due to the nature of our training environments, certain courses may require specific attire or safety wear. We expect students to abide by these requirements and not dress in a way that presents a health or a safety hazard, violates municipal, county, or state law, or presents a potential disruption of the educational process.

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