About Us

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The George Mason University’s Patriot Activities Council is a student body that strengthens community through activities that are entertaining, interactive and educational. We believe bringing diverse events means representing the multiple cultures of the George Mason community.

We are known for producing the major events on campus such as: Mason Day, Patriots Day, Homecoming Week, PAC Mayhems and the Fall and Spring Concerts!

If you’re interested in joining the Patriot Activities Council, anyone can come to our committee meetings. Bring yourself, bring a friend, bring some ideas and help us create some fun! If you have any questions, feel free to e-mail pac@gmu.edu, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter or Instagram @GMU_PAC!


Patriot Activities Council Contact Information

Phone: 703.993.2925
Fax: 703.993.4566
Mailing Address:
4400 University Drive, MSN 2D6
The HUB, Suite 2600
Fairfax VA, 22030



Applications to be on the PAC Executive Board are now open! To apply, login into Get Connected at getconnected.gmu.edu go to the Patriot Activities Council Organization page, click forms on the left and find the PAC Executive Board Application 2016-2017 Applications are open until March 13th, at 11:45PM! Email pac@gmu.edu with any questions! We look …

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Co-Sponsorship Are you interested in co-sponsoring an event with the Patriot Activities Council? We are always open to partnering with organizations to bring entertaining and educational programs to campus. If you are interested, please email pac@gmu.edu, or visit us in our office on the 2nd floor of the HUB inside the Office of Student Involvement. …

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    What does PAC do? PAC is a student-run organization that brings a variety of entertainment and educational programs to campus. Events include concerts, speakers, comedians, movies, local talent, traditional events and much more! We also love to showcase the variety of talent right here at Mason through open mic nights, battle of the …

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