Mason receives $250,000 award from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation

Early Identification Program scholarship students at the Fairfax Campus. Photo by Alexis Glenn/Creative Services/George Mason University

The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation recently announced a $250,000 award to support ADVANCE and the Early Identification Program (EIP)—two transformational programs at George Mason University that are creating unprecedented educational access to diverse student populations. Consistent with the foundation’s core mission, this grant funding will ensure the success of exceptionally promising students with financial need who are enrolled in these programs.

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