George Mason University on March 2 will host its fifth public-engagement session on the future development of its various campuses.
The event will be held at 10:30 a.m. via Zoom.
“During this session, our consultants will continue discussions of the scenarios that are emerging for the development of Mason’s three campuses, with a particular focus on how those scenarios are evolving in response to the feedback we have received,” university officials said.
The planning process kicked off in January 2020, focused on how to address anticipated growth it Mason’s Fairfax, Arlington and Prince William campuses. Originally an in-person process, the public-engagement sessions moved online in response to the COVID pandemic.
“The university greatly appreciates the community response and participation in this process to date,” said Traci Kendall, Mason’s executive director of community and local-government relations.
The meeting can be accessed via https://gmu.zoom.us/j/96576356800.