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Campus Partners

Campus Partner Description
Division of Instructional Technology (DoIT) DoIT fosters and supports the University community in the use of technology for research, teaching, and learning. It is organized into the following departments: Classroom and Lab Technologies, Educational Media Services, and Learning Support Services.
Graduate Student Life Graduate Student Life is a single location where information relevant to graduate and professional students may be easily accessed; it is complementary to the websites of academic programs; and it offers graduate students a virtual method of connecting with one another.
Human Resources and Payroll Human Resources and Payroll aims to provide exemplary customer service and promote a fair, equitable, ethical, and quality working and learning environment for all employees and members of the University community in support of the mission of George Mason University.
MasonLeads MasonLeads is a site offering a wide range of leadership programs and initiatives for members of our campus community. The goal is to engage Mason students, faculty, staff and alumni in creating a socially conscious, civically engaged, and global campus community through leadership at all levels of our institution.
Office of Disability Services (ODS) ODS implements and coordinates reasonable accommodations and disability-related services that afford equal access to university programs and activities.
Office of Institutional Assessment (OIA) OIA seeks to support institutional effectiveness and the university’s mission of providing a superior educational experience for all our students by: assessing student learning outcomes; providing support for and managing academic program review; conducting survey and focus group research; supporting regional accreditation and strategic planning; being an assessment resource to the university community; and promoting best practices in assessment and the use of assessment information for improved decision-making.
Office of Institutional Research and Reporting (IRR) IRR functions as the official source of institutional information. The mission of IRR is to define, collect, analyze, maintain, and disseminate official institutional data, and to provide official institutional information to both internal and external constituents for the purposes of describing, documenting, and publishing institutional information and measures of effectiveness.
Online Education Mason Online provides students with the opportunity to take the same classes offered on campus in an online format. Many distance education courses may be completed at home, while stationed abroad, or while traveling.
Students as Scholars Students as Scholars aims to foster a culture of student scholarship through increased participation in and celebration of scholarly activities. The initiative helps students to see their education as a process of scholarly inquiry, where scholarship is valued as a core practice of the George Mason University student experience.
University General Education The General Education website offers a variety of resources for faculty who are interested in submitting a course for consideration by the General Education Committee; provides a list of approved Gen Ed courses; and outlines the requirements that all undergraduates seeking a baccalaureate degree at George Mason University must complete.
University Libraries The University Libraries website contains online catalogs, links to databases, and valuable reference sources.
University Life University Life enhances students’ in- and out-of-class experiences, in addition to facilitating interactions among faculty, staff, and other students. These resources help students achieve academically, stay healthy, get involved with campus life, find jobs, and identify resources to enrich their learning.
University Writing Center The Writing Center offers both in-person and online writing assistance for students, including online writing guides, reference guides, and style manuals. Additionally, the Writing Center provides assistance to faculty who are interested in holding in-class writing workshops, developing effective writing assignments, or evaluating students’ writing.
Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) WAC focuses on writing as a pedagogical tool that enables students to develop critical, analytical, and imaginative thinking to address complex social issues, and on faculty development in support of excellence in teaching.