Student Centers Celebrates Student Employees

George Mason University celebrated National Student Employment Week April 10 – 14, and Student Centers joined their University Life colleagues in thanking all on-campus student employees. Student Centers employs 50+ students every year across Mason campuses to fill a wide variety of positions, from event technicians and services concierges to marketing assistants and Corner Pocket staff and everything in between.

Last week, the Event Services division of Student Centers on the SciTech campuses hosted a kiosk in Bull Run Hall with plenty of goodies to give student employees. Over 40 student employees approached the kiosk within the very first hour. Read More …

Student Centers Advertising Policy Changes – What You Need to Know

Student Centers offers a wide variety of advertising services to the Mason Community, including kiosks, banners, easels, flyers, leafleting, and table tents. These services help student organizations, Mason departments, and external organizations promote themselves on campus and reach more students. To allow a wide variety of organizations to use our advertising services, and to ensure advertising is done in an appropriate, safe manner, Student Centers has a set of advertising policies that the Mason Community must follow when using our services.

Student Centers administration works hard to constantly review our policies and ensure they are allowing users to have the most rewarding advertising experience as possible while still reflecting University-wide policies and procedures.

Student Centers administration recently made a few significant changes to our advertising policies, which affect registered student organizations, Mason departments, and external organizations. Read More …

Graduation Fair in the Johnson Center Atrium!

Don't forget to pick up your gown so you can dress for success on graduation day!

Don’t forget to pick up your gown so you can dress for success on graduation day!

Are you graduating in May? Do you have everything you need to make your big day successful and memorable?

This week, stop by the Johnson Center for the spring 2017 graduation fair! You can visit the fair, located conveniently in front of the bookstore, to purchase many of the materials you need for graduation: cap and gown, diploma frames, rings, and even graduation invitations. The graduation fair is offered every semester for students graduating in December or May. This is a convenient and cheap opportunity to get your graduation materials early!

Come to the JC Atrium March 7 – 9, 11:00 am – 7:00 pm to explore the fair and pick up everything you need for your graduation day!

Learn more about spring 2017 graduation at https://events.gmu.edu/commencement/spring-commencement/

Congratulations to the class of 2017!

Johnson Center Atrium Kiosks Get a Makeover!

New year, new semester, new look for our kiosks!

Over winter break, Student Centers student employees designed brand new covers for the Johnson Center Atrium kiosks. Mason’s Print Services printed and applied the artwork to the kiosks, and they turned out great.

We created these covers not only to brighten up the Johnson Center but also to better spread the word about all the services that we have to offer the Mason Community, like banners, lockers, Corner Pocket, Event Services, and more!

Student organizations, Mason departments, and external groups reserve over 1,900 kiosks every year through Student Centers, and the Atrium kiosks are the most popular kiosk location. Now the kiosks look great both while bare and while covered with an organization’s table cloth! Read More …

Dewberry Renovations


Dewberry Hall is one of the most popular event spaces on campus, housing many exciting events every semester. We always try to keep our facilities looking their best to provide the Mason Community with excellent event services. This semester, we’ve given Dewberry Hall a makeover!

Student Centers made about $25,000’s worth of renovations to the event space, including…

  • Added black trim to the walls
  • Painted the columns and touched up the walls
  • Replaced older lights with new ones
  • Refinished the floor
  • Polished, refurbished, and replaced the floor receptacle covers
  • Replaced bulbs in the ceiling lighting fixtures
  • Installed new wood thresholds in the floor

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