The Arlington Fellows programs are five cohort academic programs that challenge Mason undergraduates to take their learning to the next level. Apply what you are studying in the classroom to the real world and better prepare yourself to be a Mason Graduate! These semester-long, 15 credit academic programs take place at the Mason Square campus and incorporate a significant internship into your experience.
Smaller classes allow for more student discussion and the opportunity to delve deeper into your program focus. Internships provide students the chance to immediately apply what you are learning and offer you greater insight into your future career. Most programs are open to all majors and some allow you to complete a minor in one semester.
A Fight and Build Framework at the Radical Edge of Economy
We welcome Dr. Stacey Sutton to the Sociology and Anthropology Colloquium at Mason. Her talk is also a part of the 2023 Next System Speakers Series and cosponsored by the African and African American Studies Program, Global Affairs Program, and Cultural Studies Program.Details »