The Alumni Association is committed to supporting students. Scholarship support frees students from financial worries so they can reach their potential.

Over the years, the Association has funded several scholarships annually, however student need continues to grow and we need your support to assist our promising and very deserving students. Your gift to the Alumni Association Scholarship Endowment will enable us to provide essential tuition assistance for years to come.

Recently, we were able to capture some truly inspiring stories, told by both current scholarship recipients and alumni who received a scholarship and are now giving back to aid current students. You can view these videos below. The message that resonates through each story is one of gratitude. The opportunity that a scholarship provides is often the one thing that allows a student to continue their education. We hope you will take the opportunity to join your fellow alumni donors by making your gift and being part of the Faster Farther campaign. Consider giving today Any support you provide will work to give deserving students at Mason the opportunity to further their life-changing education at our alma mater.

Patriots Going Faster Farther - Dale Van Wagner
2005 Peter C. Forame Student Leadership Scholarship - Dale Van Wagner
Patriots Going Faster Farther - Nakia Ridgeway
Black Scholars Endowed Scholarship - Nakia Ridgeway, ’17 Earning a Bachelor of Arts in Conflict Analysis and Resolution
Patriots Going Faster Farther - Ajima Olaghere
John C. & Louise P. Wood Graduate Scholarship - Ajima Olaghere
Patriots Going Faster Farther - Steven Dunn
2008 Peter C. Forame Student Leader Scholarship - Patriots Going Faster Farther - Steven Dunn, BA SPGIA '10, JD '14
Patriots Going Faster Farther - Jeannelle Blanchard
1995 John C. & Louise P. Wood Undergraduate Scholarship - Jeannelle Blanchard
Patriots Going Faster Farther - Jessica Smith
GMUAA Service Scholarship - Jessica Smith, ’18 Earning a Bachelor of Arts in Foreign Languages: Spanish
Patriots Going Faster Farther - Kaitlyn Ries
Peter C. Forame Student Leader Scholarship - Kaitlyn Ries,’17 Earning a Bachelor of Science in Criminology, Law and Society