This site has links to academic calendars for the next three semesters, a three-year calendar, a listing of holidays, and exam schedules.
This site includes information about the Mason Honor Code and processes.
Links to all academic departments, colleges, schools, research programs, centers, and institutes at George Mason University.
This site is designed to provide all members of the George Mason University Community easy access to information regarding the physical and programmatic accessibility of all Mason campuses and programs.
This website provides the full text of the handbook, published by the Office of the Provost. Site includes information on policies, appointment procedures, and evaluations.
Site includes information about the application process for freshman, transfer, graduate, non-degree and distance education students.
Informative site on various ways to support George Mason University. Includes brief descriptions of the development and foundation functions and a link to the Alumni Affairs site. Includes section for making an on-line contribution or pledge via a secure server.
This site provides course and faculty information for the African American Studies minor.
This website contains the text of the Drug and Alcohol Policy. For more information about specific drugs and alcohol, or community resources, please contact the Office of Alcohol, Drug and Health Education.
Mason Alert is an alert system that allows George Mason University to contact you during an emergency by sending a text messages to your: cell phone, e-mail, pager, and/or BlackBerry/Treo. When an emergency occurs, authorized senders will notify you using Mason Alert. Mason Alert is your personal connection to real-time updates, instructions on where to go, what to do, or what not to do, who to contact and other important information.
Site of the George Mason chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, a national co-ed service fraternity. Includes information on officers and members, service opportunities, and the history and bylaws of Alpha Phi Omega, as well as a chapter calendar and photo gallery.
Site includes alumni message board, alumni activities, services, and chapters, The Mason Spirit (alumni newsletter), alumni e-mail registry; volunteer and career opportunities, and sports and arts information. Sponsored by the office of Alumni Affairs.
Site of George Mason chapter of the American Marketing Association. Includes information on the association’s mission and members, current events, FAQs, and links to related sites, such as the AMA’s collegiate home page.
Describes activities performed within the Mason chapter and links to national and surrounding chapters to keep members, faculty and prospective students informed on activities
This departmental site includes information about faculty, courses, and the Anthropology Club, and provides links to other anthropology-related resources.
Events serving food and beverages at any Mason campus must use a caterer on the Approved Caterer List and follow the procedures for scheduling and paying the caterer.
George Mason University’s Aquatic and Fitness Center was designed to provide aquatic opportunities for the broadest spectrum of campus life with an evenly balanced program of recreation, instruction and competitive activities. The University now has an exceptional facility to host world-class and swimming events, as well as a state-of-the art recreational facility for the entire University community.
This link connects with the website of George Mason’s Arlington Campus. Maps/directions, community resources, as well as information on programs, libraries, and campus news and events are available.
Site of the George Mason chapter of AFCEA. Includes AFCEA’s history and mission statement, member profiles, meeting and conference schedules, scholarship opportunities, and other AFCEA links.
The Assistive Technology Initiative (ATI) operates under the Office of Equity & Diversity Services, reporting directly to the ADA Coordinator. The ATI works collaboratively with other units within the Mason community to develop and coordinate implementation of a university-wide plan to ensure equivalent access for individuals with disabilities to information technology and communications. This is achieved through the use of adaptive equipment and the provision of technical assistance to all university departments/units.
Auxiliary Enterprises manages a group of departments under the Office of Administration umbrella. Overseeing both
university departments and contracted departments, Auxiliary Enterprises strives to bring the highest quality
auxiliary services to Mason departments, students, and visitors.