Mason receives equity grant to help students of color earn college degrees

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For its commitment to inclusive excellence, George Mason University is among a group of eight institutions to receive a grant from the Indianapolis, Indiana-based Lumina Foundation to support students of color and higher education equity efforts in Virginia.

“We are very excited to be partners with Lumina and [the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia] (SCHEV) in what we know should be a state and national priority in supporting learning, development and success for diverse student populations,” said Creston Lynch, associate dean of University Life. “This further positions us as a leader in the region when it comes to developing and achieving outcomes for students of color.”

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