George Mason University- Early Identification Program

George Mason University runs a program called the Early Identification Program (EIP) Prep which begins in 8th grade. The EIP Prep is designed to support students academically and personally through numerous activities and events. EIP Prep students are provided with weekly tutoring, mentoring, financial aid, goal setting, study skills, and a wide range of seminars that focus on college prep and admissions. In addition, EIP Prep students and parents attend a family seminar that focuses on family communication, advocacy, and planning for college. Students who successfully complete EIP Prep will transition into EIP for grades 9-12.

If you would like to be considered for the GMU EIP Prep program, please fill out this form NO LATER THAN January 21, 2022. If you have any questions, please see Dr. Glenn in room 118 or email her at  kamyka.glenn@apsva.us or Ms. Schaefer in room 137 or email her at carrie.schaefer@apsva.us.

To qualify for the EIP Prep program you must meet the following criteria:

  • Be a current 7th grade student in a participating public middle school
  • Have parents who have NOT completed a 4-year college degree in the United States
  • Have the academic potential to enroll in a pre-college curriculum in high school

7th graders who are selected by GMU to participate in this program must attend a Strengthening the Family Workshop, attend weekly Academic Mentoring Program sessions, maintain good grades, and attend EIP events while in 8th grade in order to successfully complete EIP Prep and be admitted into EIP for grades 9-12.