Statement: Office of the President

  • June 28, 2021

    We are just six weeks away from the kickoff of the fall 2021 semester, and I am thrilled to confirm that the campuses of George Mason University will be fully open to welcome a record number of students.

  • November 14, 2022

    University President Gregory Washington offers words of solidarity in the wake of the University of Virginia and University of Idaho shootings occurring over the weekend

  • November 8, 2022

    We want Iranian students and faculty to know that we do indeed hear you, and we stand with you.

  • November 2, 2022

    While we make an earnest effort to respond to a number of crises being experienced by all our students, when these crises involve significant loss of life or undue physical violence, we try to respond to the broader community. 

  • July 13, 2022

    An update on the process Mason will follow to distribute this year’s increase in base compensation for all state employees.

  • June 22, 2022

    In the coming days, the United States Supreme Court is expected to hand down several landmark decisions of a magnitude that may provoke vocal, public reactions from people on all sides of the issues being adjudicated. We also know the impact of those decisions may weigh differently, and have different consequences, for different community members.

  • May 24, 2022

    Now, the summer season is upon us, and as many of us look forward to time away with friends and family, we must remember that COVID isn’t taking a summer break. 

  • May 13, 2022

    For commencement at EagleBank Arena and all indoor degree celebrations, we will require all students, faculty, and guests in attendance to wear masks. We will have additional supplies on hand for those who arrive without a mask.

  • April 5, 2022

    Effective immediately, Mason campuses are mask-optional, except in certain event venues, healthcare settings, on public transit, or childcare settings.

  • March 4, 2022

    Our motto is “freedom and learning.” At our core, we are a place to teach, learn, and improve our understanding of the world. For most of us, this sudden turn of violence is confusing and frightening, and we need help to make sense of what is unfolding.