Meet just a few of the many exemplary Krannert students who make BOP what it is – a place where lifelong friendships and professional networks are formed; where participants find the support they need to excel in school and life; and where students get a full, rich college experience.
Typically, when you see, for example, “Economics ’17,” it denotes a student’s graduating class. At BOP, we do it a little differently: “BOP ‘17” or “BOP ‘18” refers to the year a student joined the BOP family. So, a BOP ’17 student joined the program in 2017. BOP cohorts are tight-knit, and go through their college journey together. Some BOP students push themselves to graduate in less than 4 years, and some take a little longer. Using their program-start date helps the cohort stick together.
Shanise Buford (BOP '19) articulates the importance of career prep help with BOP
MIGUEL DIAZ (BOP '17) DISCUSSES HIS FAMILY HISTORY WITH BOP
LEARN HOW JARED FLORELL (BOP '17) BALANCES ACADEMICS AND ATHLETICS
TALIA GAETA (BOP '17) GAINED INSTANT SUCCESS FROM BOP
ASSATA GILMORE (BOP '17) IS READY TO LEAD
Cynthia Hernandez-Lopez (BOP '19) admires all the support BOP offers and the community it has created
Jose Herrera (BOP '19) Experienced an unmatched support system right off the bat coming in as a freshman
ARINZE OSILI (BOP '18) WAS HESITANT ON BOP BUT MOM KNOWS BEST
REMEMBERING DOMINIC VARGAS (BOP '15)
Andrea Viloria (BOP '19) talks about the vast amount of opportunities for success