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We believe in:

  • Well-being, post-graduation success
  • Retention and timely degree completion
  • Engagement and student learning
  • The highest level of service and support for students and families

 

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#MasonSummer – Students to Follow This Summer

George Mason University students are spending their summer break doing amazing things. We are fortunate that several have decided to share their summer experiences with us. Each week you will be introduced to a Mason student who is making the most out of his or her summer. You can follow their journeys through Instagram. We kick things off with Nathan Garduno. Originally from Tacoma, WA, Nathan is pursuing his degree in Film and Video Studies. The rising senior enjoys all genres of film, but his… Read more

In this 2013 photo, students network with representatives from industry leaders at the School of Management Business Fest. Photo by Alexis Glenn.

Mason’s New Grads Heading into Positive Job Market

George Mason University’s May graduates are heading into a positive job market, but competition is still strong, so they need to make sure they’re adequately prepared, according to data from George Mason’s University Career Services. Employers expect greater turnover in 2015, and this most likely indicates the American worker has renewed confidence in finding a good job, said Christine Cruzvergara, assistant dean and executive director of Career Services. “Students will face competition against those with more work experience and possibly greater networks,” Cruzvergara said. Read More

Participants in the Lavender Graduation ceremony are encouraged to wear their tassels at Commencement. Photo courtesy of Ric Chollar.

Mason’s Black, LGBTQ Students Celebrate Individuality with Graduation Ceremonies

In celebrations of individuality and solidarity, hundreds of George Mason University students are set to participate in Black Graduation and Lavender Graduation ceremonies on May 11. Black Graduation More than 300 people are expected to attend Black Graduation, said T. Garey Davis, assistant director of George Mason’s Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Multicultural Education. The event is organized in partnership with Mason’s African and African American Studies Program and the Black Alumni Chapter. Read More