Campus Partners

Office NameLocationWebsiteDescription
Academic Advising
SUB 1 Suite 3600“Our mission it to provide students with the most accurate and timely information as it pertains to their academic success.”
Academic Integrity
SUB 1 Suite 4100
“We focus on the core values surrounding integrity at Mason by introducing students to deeper concepts regarding academic integrity. “
Beacon Student Success Survey
SUB 1 Suite 3600
“ Beacon is a collaborative effort to connect students with faculty, staff and peer leaders and identify students who may benefit from additional outreach.”
Center for the Advancement of Well-Being (StrengthsFinder)
Northern Neck Hall, Rm 119 &
“Gallup’s StrengthsFinder assessments is designed for students to deepen their understanding about the benefits of using their strengths in all dimensions of their lives.”
Diversity, Inclusion & Multicultural Education (ODIME)
Suite 2400, Student Union Building 1
“We engage various Mason constituents in awareness and exploration of the diversity of our campus community, identity development, and global and cultural competencies.”
Gateway Teaching & Learning Services (Universities Libraries)
Gateway Library- Johnson Center
“Our mission is to empower transitions students with critical thinking skills while also encouraging the proficient use of information as we support teaching and learning in the academic library setting.”"GetConnected provides a gateway to involvement opportunities and allows you, as students, to document your participation and learning."
Learning Services
SUB 1, Suite 3129
“Our purpose is to support the academic mission of the institution by providing a variety of experience-based learning opportunities through which students can explore.”
Mason International
SUB 1, Suite 4300
“We are committed to helping students explore ways to expand their global horizons by learning of our diverse international student population, on-campus global initiatives, and speaking with our Mason students who have traveled abroad for educational purposes."
Mason Recreation
RAC, AFC, Skyline
“ We are committed to enriching the physical and holistic well-being of the diverse students and community through quality facilities, programs, and services."
Mason Reads
HUB 2500
“Our common reading program is a university-wide initiative that buildings a community around a single book and its themes. This years book is A Lesson Before Dying which revolve around race, identity, self-authorship, education, citizenship, and justice.”
Off-Campus Student Programs & Services HUB 2500
“We provide a centralized resource center and comprehensive offering of academic and social engagement opportunities to meet the needs of students living in or out of campus.”
Office of Student Conduct
SUB 1, Suite 4100
“As educators, we prepare students to be global citizens, including increasing their understanding of how one can be an effective member of the Mason community.”
Office of Student Scholarship, Creative Activities, & Research (OSCAR)
246, Johnson Center
“Our program is designed to engage students in undergraduate research and creative activities by fostering a culture of student scholarship at Mason.”
Orientation & Family Program & Services
HUB 2500
“We effectively serve incoming students, off-campus students and families by providing a cohesive orientation experience as well as leading an powered student leader team.”
School for Conflict Analysis and ResolutionNortheast Module"We are committed in allowing students to explore a range of frameworks for understanding conflict and communication skills by equipping students with skills in recognizing, analyzing, and resolving conflict. "
Student Health Services
SUB 1, Suite 2300
“It is our hope to educate students about health care, learn about the on and off campus healthcare options, and staying healthy so they are able to meet their educational goals.”
Student Support and Advocacy Center (SSAC)
SUB 1 Suite 3200
"SSAC believes that students are most successful when they are healthy and happy and we strive to help students find that balance for themselves. SSAC staff offer students one-on-one support, interactive programming and on and off campus resources. Some of the topic areas we address are healthy relationships, stress management, nutrition, sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, stalking, drug and alcohol use and sexual health."
University Career Services
3400, SUB 1
“Our mission is to prepare and connect career ready students for post-graduate success by exploring majors and careers through our resources.”
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