The College of Humanities and Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Curriculum Collaborative (ICC) and the Institute for Immigration Research (IIR) at George Mason University invites you to the Immigrants and Community Colleges: Opportunities and Promise conference on Friday, April 13th.

Who is invited to attend the conference?
All are welcome. Individuals with research interests in the following areas may find the conference of particular interest: community colleges, immigration, first generation college students, transfer student populations, economic impact of foreign-born in the United States, or higher education administration.

Where is the conference being held?
The conference will be held in the George Mason University Johnson Center located at 4477 Aquia Creek Ln, Fairfax, VA 22030. We will begin the day on the third floor, Meeting Room B. Directions to the other sessions will be provided at registration.

Where should I park?
Guests are welcome to park in the Mason Pond parking garage located at 4352 Mason Pond Drive, Fairfax, VA 22030. We will have parking validation passes available for registered conference attendees. If you have a Mason parking permit, we ask that you park in your regularly available spaces.

What is the cost of the event?
The conference is free to those attending thanks to the generous sponsorship of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Curriculum Collaborative (ICC).

What is the deadline to register for the conference?
The deadline to register for the conference is Friday, April 6th.

About the College of Humanities and Social Sciences
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Curriculum Collaborative (ICC) presents Conversations on Contemporary Issues. ICC members include the Bachelor of Individualized Study (BIS), Cultural Studies, the Higher Education Program, Master of Interdisciplinary Studies (MAIS), School of Integrative Studies, and Women and Gender Studies.

About the Institute for Immigration Research (IIR)

The Institute for Immigration Research’s (IIR) mission is to refocus the immigration conversation among academics, policy-makers and the public, including the business community and media, by producing and disseminating unbiased and objective, interdisciplinary academic research related to immigrants and immigration to the United States.