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Putting Public Health First

鶹Ƶ recently launched Virginia's first and only college of public health. The college was established to meet the critical growing need for skilled, interdisciplinary health professionals and research across the state.

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Leading the Way

鶹Ƶ welcomed three new deans and a divisional dean in 2022 who are helping shape the university’s strategic vision and shepherd Mason to the next level.

Baroni Gift Ushers a New Era

Mason's Center for Government Contracting is now the Greg and Camille Baroni Center for Government Contracting, bringing new energy to Mason's innovation-driven center.

Mason Spirit Magazine

Mason Spirit Magazine

Mason Spirit Spring 2023 cover, with the title Health and Well-being for all

Spring 2023 edition out now!

Our includes features such as class notes, faculty and alumni publications, letters to the editor, and more!

Mason Spirit is published three times a year by the Office of Advancement and Alumni Relations and the Office of University Branding. Physical copies are mailed to alumni, donors, and other friends of the university. If you have any questions about the magazine, please email us.

Putting Health First

Responding to the dzDzԷɱ𲹱ٳ’s public health and workforce needs, Mason’s new interdisciplinary college, the first College of Public Health in Virginia, will benefit the region and beyond.

Nursing students doing simulation lab

Leading the Way

In 2022, we welcomed three new deans and a divisional dean who are helping shape the university’s strategic vision and shepherding Mason to the next level.

At Mason, we believe that it will take all of us, together, to reimagine a better tomorrow.

On April 1, 2006, thousands of 鶹Ƶ community members gathered in the Johnson Center to cheer on the men's basketball team.

Promoting Greater Collaboration Between Industry and Government

In November 2022, we announced the largest gift to a School of Business center from Attain Partners founder and CEO Greg Baroni and his wife, Camille. The first-of-its-kind university center will be renamed the Greg and Camille Baroni Center for Government Contracting to honor the donors.

Read more about the gift.

Accent Campus
Students stand on plaza at mason square enjoying hot beverages by a fire pit.

Mason Square’s plaza has been a gathering place where the community and Mason Nation to connect. Concerts, movie nights, professional networking events, yoga, and more keep Arlington folks stopping by.