College Success Partnerships

EIP students sitting in front of a laptop

High school students participate in the Early Identification Program (EIP) at Fairfax campus. Photo by Alexis Glenn/Creative Services/George Mason University

Learn While Giving Back

Think back to when you were applying to college.

Do you remember the process of planning required to select and apply to colleges? Do you remember the time it took to compose different essays for the different schools you wanted to apply to? This is a stressful time for many of us, especially those of us who do not have family members to help us with the process.

The Honors College is working with the Early Identification Program (EIP), a college preparatory program for first generation, college bound middle and high school students to help provide support as students prepare to apply to college.

Students who participate in HNRS 261 Community Connection Practicum: College Success Partnerships help students find resources to help them with their college applications, help with college application essays, and will send reminder emails to make sure all the EIP students apply to Mason's Honors College.

Participating in College Success Partnerships involves a normal classroom experience, in addition to working with students remotely on preparing their college applications. 

What is EIP? 

How to register

You will be contacted by Rachel Cleaver and Aimee Weinstein with next steps – to schedule a meeting and get registered.