George Mason University’s Early Identification Program (EIP) Summer Academy is placing first generation college students in college classrooms as high school students. The academy is a progressive three-week academic enrichment program at George Mason that offers relevant instruction in Mathematics, English, Technology and Science as well as workshops on college preparation, career development, leadership and life skills. These images were collected and organized by students participating in the EIP’s culture day on July 14th 2014. Go to http://newsdesk.gmu.edu/2014/07/participants-mentors-early-identification-program-students-come-full-circle/ to read more on Mason’s News feed.
We prepare Mason students for the demands of work, social responsibility, and life in an ever-changing global society. University Life’s mission statement is core to our work. We support every student at Mason, from orientation through graduation. The goals and actions of the University Life Strategic Plan are informed by changing student demographics, attention to increasingly complex student needs, and the overall goal of post-graduate success and well-being in life and career. Further, our plan is meant to provide a clear path forward, one that is critical to achieving student success. Prezi of the strategic plan, shared at the 2014 University… Read more