This blog will follow my research over the next two and a half months on Early Identification College Access programs. It will be a honest portrayal of the good, the bad, and the ugly of my research process. Providing an open communication of the effectiveness of Early Identification College Access programs is one of the main goals of my research. I hope this blog not only provides useful information of the subject of Early Identification College Access programs, but inspires more research and insight into this field.
This research is made possible by the Office of Student Scholarship, Creative Activities, & Research (OSCAR). Their Intensive URSP provides grants to undergraduate students at George Mason University, allowing them to conduct extensive research on a topic approved by the Student Scholarly Activities subcommittee of the QEP Leadership Council.