What We Do

Fact Sheet 2015Draft6_print_Page_1 Established in 1987, Early Identification Program (EIP) serves as the college preparatory program of George Mason University. With over 1,600 students who have graduated from the program, EIP provides access to educational resources for middle and high school students who will be the first in their families to attend a college or university. Currently, more than 600 enrolled students are actively pursuing higher education due to funding from our corporate alliances, individual donors, and our partnership with seven local public school systems in Northern Virginia. They include Fairfax County, Prince William County, Alexandria City, Arlington County, Falls Church City, Manassas City, and Manassas Park City, with whom we collaborate to nominate, select, support, retain, and graduate students each year.

EIP empowers students to achieve their goal of attaining higher education, and succeeding.  Our aim is to educate the whole student. We provide year-round academic enrichment, personal and social development, civic engagement, and leadership training opportunities. EIP ensures that students are equipped with the knowledge, skills, and intellect to become lifelong learners, leaders, and responsible global citizens.

Using a Holistic approach in working with students in the areas of: Academics, Career, Personal/Social