The Dual Admission Compact is an initiative led by Mason's mechanical engineering department, in partnership with Northern Virginia Community College, to outline a path for students to transition from an associate's degree to a bachelor's degree in engineering from the Volgenau School of Engineering in a convenient and affordable way. The program's desire to establish a more diverse student population aligns with WGL's value of diversity in its leadership, employees and surrounding community.For more information on WGL and its companies, visit wgl.com. For more information on engineering programs at George Mason's Volgenau School of Engineering, visit volgenau.gmu.edu. About WGL WGL Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: WGL), headquartered in Washington, D.C., is a leading source for clean, efficient and diverse energy solutions. With activities and assets across the U.S., WGL consists of Washington Gas, WGL Energy, WGL Midstream and Hampshire Gas. WGL provides options for natural gas, electricity, green power and energy services, including generation, storage, transportation, distribution, supply and efficiency. Our calling as a company is to make energy surprisingly easy for our employees, our community and all our customers. Whether you are a homeowner or renter, small business or multinational corporation, state and local or federal agency, WGL is here to provide Energy Answers. Ask Us. For more information, visit us at wgl.com. About the Volgenau School of Engineering at George Mason University Established in 1985, the Volgenau School of Engineering was the first engineering school in the United States to focus its scholarship primarily on information technology-based engineering as opposed to the traditional, physical, and material-based engineering approach. It was also the first school to offer a doctoral degree in information technology and remains the Commonwealth of Virginia's only school of engineering with its main campus in the National Capital Region. The Volgenau School of Engineering prepares students to be competitive in their field and achieve academic and career excellence in high-demand positions.