Campus Administration

Science and Technology Campus Executive Office
Colgan Hall, Suite 217
703-993-8355

Science and Technology Campus Leadership Council

A group of key representatives from academic units and university departments meets monthly to share information and updates regarding the Science and Technology Campus. Guest speakers are periodically invited to discuss a topic relevant to the university and the campus. For more information, contact the Science and Technology Campus Executive Office at 703-993-8355.

Science and Technology Campus Advisory Board

The George Mason University Science and Technology Campus Advisory Board is comprised of legislative, academic, and community business leaders, as well as George Mason representatives, whose mission is to educate, promote, and advance the university’s interests related to scholarship and research initiatives that develop, support, and promote external partnership initiatives to the benefit of all.

June 2022 Advisory Board Meeting Recording: Andre Marshall, vice president for Research, Innovation, and Economic Impact, and Amy Adams, executive director, Institute for Biohealth Innovation, spoke at the June 2022 Science and Technology Campus Advisory Board Meeting about research initiatives at George Mason University. Watch the video.

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Communication/Listservs

To sign up for the Science and Technology Campus faculty/staff email listserv, contact scitech@gmu.edu.

Sign up for the monthly campus newsletter here.

Drop-In Workspace

Faculty and staff working remotely at the campus are welcome to use drop-in work stations located in Colgan Hall, equipped with desktop computers. A private office with a desktop computer ​and virtual meeting capability is also available. To reserve space, contact 703-993-8355.

Events/Space Requests

Visit the Event Spaces page for more information about scheduling events at the Science and Technology Campus. For internal events, space availability may be viewed in 25Live.

Federal I-9 Form Processing (Part 2)

New employees are required to complete their federal I-9 paperwork within three business days of employment start date. To schedule an appointment for Part 2 document verification, contact dtressle@gmu.edu at least 48 hours in advance of the desired appointment date.

Employees are responsible for bringing the appropriate documentation, as outlined on the List of Acceptable Documents, to the appointment.