University Policies & Procedures
|Space Utilization and Scheduling Policies and Procedures||February 24, 2003|
|Mason Event Procedures and Guidlines||Revised - July 2011|
|Policy for Reporting Crimes, Accidents, Fires, and Other Emergencies||August 25, 2003|
|Inclement Weather/Emergency Condition Plan||January 7, 2003|
|Policy for a Smoke-Free Environment||June 11, 2004|
|Policy for Building Entry and Access||Revised - July 2001|
|Vending Sales and Solicitation Procedures||Revised - July 2011|
|Posting Procedures||August 17, 2009|
|University Graffiti Policy||July 22, 2003|
|Animal Control||July 24, 2002|
are busy facilities that offer a variety of services and programs.
plays an important role in presenting a welcoming and safe
environment to our patrons. We are asking for your assistance and
support in working to maintain inviting and student friendly facilities.
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Key Issuance Form specifically for those facilities. The form must be submitted to the Student Centers, in theJohnson Center, Room 324 to acquire authorization prior
Omni-Lock Codes for faculty and staff. Faculty and staff housed in Student Union I requiring an omni-lock code for building access must make your request to the Associate Director of Operations and Event Services or please call (703) 993-2921.
Codes for student leaders. Student leaders housed
in Student Union I or Johnson Center, requiring an omni-lock
code for office access,
must make their request to the Student Activities Office
located in Student Union I, lower level.
Inclement Weather Plan
In the event of inclement weather and the University cancels classes and closes offices, Student Centers will open recreational venues to provide services to the Mason community, along with dining venues in the residential communities. The purpose of this plan is to provide food and recreational services to the residential community with a reduced staff, minimize traffic to the campus, and manage the potential risk involved in inclement weather situations. In certain cases, the Johnson Center, Student Union I and/or The Hub may open and/or operate with limited staff, services, and hours. The full time staff members present during an inclement weather situation will be the designated Essential Employees.
In the event that an emergency should occur when classes are NOT normally in session, such as during the semester break or spring break, the Student Centers will follow the University closing schedule, unless circumstances dictate otherwise. In any and all cases, the determined plan of action will be communicated. This policy is only in effect if the University cancels classes and closes offices.
Inclement weather building hours when the University cancels classes and closes offices:
2pm - 9pm, Monday - Sunday
|Special Events Previously Scheduled|
|In most cases, all events will be canceled with the option to reschedule. However, every effort will be made to accommodate large events such as conferences that have been previously planned and have the potential to have major financial or public relation impact for the University. Each event will be considered on a case-by-case basis.