Please see the events and activities listed that may be of interest to you! The very last ad is
SeniorPortraits day, sitting fee is $10.00 you must register if you would like an appointment.
Contemporary Student Services
Subject: Mason Moment: Gowns for Grads Edition
Mason Moment: Gowns for Grads Edition!
Graduation should be a time of excitement and possibility, not a time to feel burdened by another expense: a $60 cap and gown for graduation.
To offer some financial relief, Mason has created the Gowns for Grads Program to make regalia available for our students who are unable to purchase regalia on their own. If you are
a first-generation student, low income, Pell Grant recipient, Stay Mason recipient, or cannot afford regalia right now due to financial difficulties, then this program is for you!
Calling all Off-Campus students!!! Join Mason Athletics, Contemporary Student Services, and Patriot Experience for a special night just for you! Beginning at 5:30 p.m., join us for a delicious FREE pizza party at the Eagle Bank Arena, first come first serve.
Doors for the game open at 6 p.m.
You don't want to miss this!
Come celebrate National Cookie Monster Day with SI2Go! Say Hi to a real life cookie monster, and grab your FREE cookie from CRUMBL! Cookies are while supplies last. Cookie Monster is there for free hugs throughout the event!
Does worrying about a test make it hard for you to study? Do you forget what you were going to say when giving a speech? Do you have trouble starting assignments? Any time you are asked to perform, tension can interfere with doing your best. This workshop examines
the reasons for performance anxiety and explores strategies for coping with it.
Interested in an on-campus paid leadership role? In Housing and Residence Life, we have a variety of student staff positions open for next academic year 2022-2023. Our application launches October 25, attend an information session to learn more!
Battle of the Arts is an event hosted by Inclusive Network of Creatives where creators and artists showcase their skills and talents in a blended way of merging the arts together. This will be a show incorporating the various art and creative fields together.
This event will showcase the works and talents of different groups/students attending George Mason University through a combination of performances, showcasing, and gallery style exhibitions.
Featuring Pinchas Zukerman, violin/viola
and Amanda Forsyth, cello
Bruckner: Adagio from String Quintet in F major
Dvorák: Sextet for Strings in A major, Op. 48
Brahms: Sextet for Strings in B-flat major, Op. 18
GRAMMY Award-winning conductor, violinist, and violist Pinchas Zukerman, and Canadian Juno Award-winning cellist Amanda Forsyth join forces with the Jerusalem Quartet for a trio of radiant Romantic-era works by Bruckner, Dvorák, and Brahms. Highly accomplished
and much in demand in their own right, the husband and wife duo of Zukerman and Amanda Forsyth create a sextet with the four Israeli artists in a dazzling display of virtuosity. Receiving glowing praise for their extensive repertoire and depth of expression,
ensemble members Alexander Pavlovsky (violin), Sergei Bresler (violin), Ori Kam (viola), and Kyril Zlotnikov (cello) display “passion, precision, warmth, [and] a gold blend,” (The New York Times). Widely recognized as one of the top international chamber ensembles,
the Jerusalem Quartet has left its mark on stages around the world and now it brings its world-class musicianship to the Center.
Vaccination Policy for Audience Members
All attendees regardless of age who attend an indoor event or performance at the Center for the Arts, must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by the date of their visit and present proof of vaccination or show a negative COVID-19 test result upon entry. Acceptable
negative results must be from CDC approved Rapid Antigen tests within 48 hours of performance time or PCR tests within 72 hours of performance time. Face coverings are required indoors for patrons ages two and up.
Proof of vaccination and matching photo ID will be required upon entry into the venue in the form of a physical vaccination card, a digital copy on a mobile device, digital presentation of a vaccine passport app, a printout from a medical provider, or an individual’s
state vaccine registry. An accompanying adult may verbally confirm a minor's identity. By attending this event, you voluntarily assume the risk of exposure to Covid-19.
Read the full policy and FAQ: cfa.gmu.edu/vaccination
How to Pick Up Free Student Tickets
Free student tickets must be picked up in person from Will Call at the Concert Hall on the day of the event, beginning one hour prior to the event. Students must bring their valid Mason ID when picking up tickets.
For events at the Center for the Arts, students wishing to sit together must pick up tickets from Will Call together and request adjacent seats when picking up tickets from Will Call.
For accessible seating or access services at the Center for the Arts, please contact the Accessibility Coordinator at (text) [log in to unmask] or (voice) 703-993-8882.
Read more about the Free Student Ticket policy: https://cvpa.gmu.edu/events/free-student-tickets.
The First-Gen+ Center is excited to announce our First-Gen Week, celebrating, centering, and empowering our first-generation Patriots!
Kicking off on Monday, November 8th, the First-Gen+ Center has planned a host of events celebrating our first-generation college students here at Mason. Students, faculty, and staff are welcome to all events as we center the narratives and experiences or our
students through open discussion, community building, and meaningful engagement.
For full calendar events and registration details: https://firstgen.gmu.edu/join-us-for-2021-first-gen-week/
The Contemporary Student Advisor team is a group of contemporary students that act as peer mentors to give information about available student resources, highlight opportunities for student involvement, and provide social support. To schedule an appointment
with an contemporary advisor, click HERE!