We are a progressive, diverse university and our leadership reflects that. We come from many different backgrounds, many different places, and each of us brings something different to the table. It is these very contrasts that allow us to look beyond the expected as we share the responsibility and commitment to ensure the success of our students in their academic goals, personal lives, careers, communities, and whatever other endeavors they may choose to pursue.
Because George Mason University is:
Mason's Fairfax location, our original campus, is the principal center for undergraduate studies, with residence halls that house more than 6,000 of our 37,000-plus students. The campus, on 677 wooded acres within 25 minutes of downtown Washington, D.C.,
Mason's Arlington Campus, in the Virginia Square neighborhood of Arlington County near Washington, D.C., focuses on graduate and professional programs. Working adults can advance in their current professions or chart a new career course.
Mason's Science and Technology Campus in Manassas is in Innovation Park, the largest research business park in Northern Virginia, home to technology companies and government agencies conducting cutting-edge research. It's also the site of the Hylton Performing Arts Center.
Art, Media, & Communication:
Business, Economics & Entrepreneurship:
Engineering, Technology & Design:
Environment, Sustainability & Social Action:
Education & Social Services:
Health, Medicine, & Well-being:
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