by Mary Lee Clark
Beginning this fall, students at George Mason University will have access to enhanced services designed to meet the needs and expectations of the 21st-century student. These new practices and policies will help ensure that every student at Virginia’s largest and most diverse public institution has access to excellence in a transparent and responsive environment.
“We have this already complex student body. We have students coming to us who have very different needs,” said David Burge, Mason’s vice president for enrollment management. “We have to think about a holistic reorganization of the way we think about the student experience.”
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