Mason Selects Tony Skinn to Lead Men’s Basketball Program

Skinn returns to his alma mater after nearly a decade of collegiate coaching

Photo by Erin Tudryn/Maryland Terrapins

Our Future, Transformed

Mason Spotlights the World’s Grand Challenges in a new YouTube interview series.

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Mason Vision Day

Mason comes together on Thursday, April 6th to address food insecurity on campus

Photo by Evan Cantwell/Creative Services/George Mason University

Putting Public Health First

Responding to the commonwealth’s public health and workforce needs, Mason’s new interdisciplinary college will benefit the region and beyond.


Mason is not just an institution of higher education and excellence. Mason is an institution of higher purpose.

We Dare to Imagine a Better World

At Mason, we believe it will take all of us together to reimagine a better tomorrow. We are unapologetically focused on action, ready to take on the world’s full, messy truths so that we may learn and grow wiser from them.

We welcome diversity of origin, identity, circumstance, and ideology.

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Arts & Culture
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The Latest Around Mason

Pride Week at Mason is March 25 - April 8.

Check out Mason's Pride Week Events Calendar
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Mason addressed food insecurity


Studies show 1 in 4 college students struggle to afford their next meal, and that students experiencing food insecurity are 43 percent less likely to graduate.

Mason has a vision to eradicate student food insecurity on our campuses by giving all students reliable access to nutritious and sufficient food transforming the life trajectory of thousands of Mason's students. Learn more.

Events Around Campus

International (iWeek) Week

March 31 - April 9

Events schedule


Fall for the Book

March 30, 7 p.m. Story Sprint, An evening of off-the-cuff, impromptu writing, and food & drink.

Reserve your ticket

Visiting Filmmakers Series

Margaret Brown and Kern Jackson with Descendant March 30, 5 PM - 8 PM

More Information

Mason Exhibitions

Kat Thompson: Looking for My People Fenwick Gallery through April 2.

Learn more.

Mason Athletics Upcoming home events

Upcoming home events

Mar. 31 – Men's Tennis vs. Richmond, 2 p.m.
View the complete Athletics schedule and results.

The Busboys and Poets Lecture: Azar Nafisi and "The Republic of Imagination"

April 4, 6:30 p.m.


Mason Vision Day

April 6, 2023



Mason Spirit Magazine

Spring 2023 edition out now!

Click here to read.

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Our Future, Transformed

New YouTube interview series addresses global challenges

President Gregory Washington is host and interviewer in the series, "Our Future, Transformed: Mason Spotlights Solutions to the World's Grand Challenges," in which faculty experts discuss the implications and solutions to some of the most significant issues of the day. First up: Hakeem Oluseyi on fusion energy. Get the back story and watch the video.

President Gregory Washington interviews Hakeem Oluseyi for a new YouTube series Our Future, Transformed.
Visiting Robinson Professor Hakeem Oluseyi (right) was the first guest on the "Our Future Transformed" YouTube series, hosted by President Washington (left). Photo by Cristian Torres/Strategic Communications
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U.S. News & World Report Ranks 5 of Mason's programs in the Top 20

Mason’s stature as the most innovative and diverse public university in the Commonwealth of Virginia positions it to provide evolving online learning opportunities. Read More

Mason's research shows its strength in National Science Foundation (NSF) report

George Mason University’s $214 million in research funding in fiscal year 2021 represented an increase of more than $100 million over five years and puts the university on track to meet its goal of $225 million by 2025. Read More.

Mason is ranked in the top of Healthiest College Towns

According to a new study, two DMV college towns have ranked first and second in the healthiest in America. Read More at WUSA9.

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Our Campuses

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