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More than 14,000 of Mason's 200,000 living alumni are represented by the Black Alumni Chapter. Alumni, students and friends are encouraged to engage.
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The Black Alumni Chapter, a formal alumni chapter of George Mason University, brings together Black Alumni through fellowship and professional development activities. Founded in 2003, the BAC serves as a resource for linking Black Alumni with unique opportunities to support the University's Black/African Heritage students, faculty, organizations, and the Mason community. In 2011, the BAC established the first alumni chapter-driven endowment with George Mason University.
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The BAC has worked to turn a shared vision into an organization dedicated to bringing alumni together and creating a link with the university. The BAC has evolved from a small group of alumni and faculty into a formal alumni chapter with an energetic leadership.
In January 2003, the BAC became a formal alumni chapter of George Mason University. At that point, the organization established a governing structure and began mapping a plan for how the BAC could serve alumni. We have adopted the following working mission statement:
The BAC, a formal alumni chapter of George Mason University's Alumni Association, brings together alumni through fellowship and professional development activities.
The BAC is a resource for alumni to forge lasting relationships, identify professional development opportunities, and match alumni resources with current Black students and organizations; as well as support the university’s growing network of alumni who give back.