VA General Assembly Bill Tracking

During the 2023 General Assembly session, Mason will follow bills that could have an impact on the University's operations. Members of the faculty and staff who have been designated to review bills that relate to their area of expertise are called Issue Advisors. The staff of the Office of State Government Relations communicates regularly with Issue Advisors as bills move through the legislative process, though it is the Government Relations Council which makes all final decisions on the official Mason position regarding all legislation.

Just below you will find a list of bill categories. Each category links to a page populated with the list of bills the University is following in that area and their status from the end of the prior day.


Curriculum, Dual Enrollment/Pathways, Graduate Education, Global, Law School, Libraries, Research, Nursing Education


Admissions, Financial Aid, Immigration, Military, Residency


Athletics, Business Operations, Tuition-Setting, Capital/Facilities, Child Care Center, Human Resources, Information Technology, Procurement, Transportation

Legal/Regional Issues

Audit, Counsel, FERPA/Directory Information, FOIA, Higher Education Landscape, Regional Issues, Naming Issues


K-12 Education


Campus Safety, Student Life

If you wish to see up to the hour status of any bill, you must visit the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Legislative Information Service to see your bills in their most recent form. If you would like to suggest that a particular bill be added to the list, please e-mail Mark Smith with the appropriate bill number and why it is of interest to Mason.

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Mark Smith, Executive Director
State Government Relations

Lauren Posey, Associate Director
State Government Relations

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