The Good Neighbor Program
The Office of Community and Local Government Relations, along with the Office of Contemporary Student Services, has developed a multi-pronged program to strengthen the university’s relationship with our surrounding neighbors, as well as to help educate our off-campus student population on how to be good neighbors in the communities in which they live.
Student Education Materials: Fun products, such as red cup magnets, flashlights, card decks and other items, imprinted with information to help educate off-campus students on how to be a good neighbor. These materials are distributed through various Good Neighbor programming initiatives.
Student Conduct Office: Community members can file an off-campus student incident report with our Student Conduct Office directly online: https://studentconduct.gmu.edu/contact-us/reporting-an-incident/incident-reporting-form/
Mason Rock the Block: An annual event held in September to introduce Fairfax Campus students to their greater community which includes a local-elected officials meet-and-greet, food, music, giveaways, and a leadership challenge between elected officials and Student Government leadership.
Fairfax Campus and Community Advisory Board: An advisory board established to share information among Fairfax City, County, and University on issues of mutual concern and provide recommendations on those issues from varying perspectives.
Emma: An email notification system to share information about university activities that may interest or impact the community.
Traci Kendall, Executive Director
Toni Andrews, Senior Associate Director, Mason Square (Arlington)
Molly Grove, Associate Director, SciTech
Office of Community and Local Government Relations
George Mason University
4400 University Drive, MS 3C2
Fairfax, VA 22030
Main Office: 703-993-8846