Science and Tech Campus

George Mason University's Science and Technology Campus sits on 134 acres located just off the Prince William Parkway (VA Route 234), between University Boulevard and Wellington Road, just west of Manassas.

The Campus was initially conceived in the late 1980s as the Prince William Institute, opened in 1998 as the Prince William Campus, and renamed the Science and Technology Campus in 2015 for the biosciences and biotech programs housed there.

Often called Sci Tech for short, it is also home to performing arts and recreation venues which were built as a result of partnerships between Mason, the Commonwealth of Virginia, and Prince William County.

You may have seen a concert, play, or other performance in the Hylton Performing Arts Center or participated in a swim meet in the Freedom Aquatic and Fitness Center. Perhaps you and your coworkers took part in a team building exercise at The Edge, or you are a Mason faculty member or student in Computational Sciences, Criminology, Biodefense, or Kinesiology. If so, you most certainly have visited…
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