Student Media is an office of University Life.
University Life supports every student at Mason from orientation through graduation and prepares Mason students for the demands of work, social responsibility, and life in an ever-changing global society.
University Life is committed to student growth and success in everything students do, providing services and resources to help students succeed and offers activities that instill a sense of belonging and Mason pride.
University Life is also responsible for ensuring a productive university community. That includes enforcing student conduct and honor code expectations.
The division is home to 30+ offices, over 350 professional staff, and more than 1300 student staff all dedicated to ensuring that every Mason student is successful, inside the classroom and outside, from orientation through graduation.
NEW! Mason360 App
Students can download Mason360 as an app at the Google Play Store and App Store or use it on a desktop browser by visiting mason360.gmu.edu.
The Patriot Experience
Patriot Experience is Mason’s co-curricular program designed to help students find their areas of interest outside the classroom while maximizing their student experience at Mason. The Patriot Experience is a self-paced program where students get to choose to explore their interests from three different categories:
The Patriot Experience provides amazing opportunities to grow and become a well-rounded student outside of the classroom and find your place within the Mason community and beyond.
Are you interested in participating in the Patriot Experience? Click here to join Patriot Experience in Mason360.
Contact Patriot Experience at email@example.com with any questions or concerns.
- Updated mask requirements for commencement
- Mason Day is always a hit
- Mason Chooses Kindness Events for Spring into Well-Being
- SpringFest is Coming!
- Patriot Pantry Serves Record Number of Students, Donations Still Needed
- Celebrate Spring into Well-Being Week April 18 – 22
- Celebrating International Week
- Mason campuses are now mask-optional
- He has a message he wants to carry worldwide
- Lending a helping hand to the LGBTQIA community