George Mason Univ. Breaks Ground on Graduate Student Housing

by Katie Sloan

Manassas, Va. — GMU has broken ground on residence hall on its Prince William County campus.

Manassas, Va.
— George Mason University (GMU) has broken ground on a graduate student residence hall that will serve approximately 150 students in 112 apartment units on its Prince William County campus in Manassas. The project is expected to be completed for the start of the 2012-2013 academic year. GMU opened the 124-acre Prince William campus in 1997 with 800 students. It now serves approximately 4,000 students. This will be the first on-campus housing for the Prince William campus.

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