Calendar of events from the Center for the Arts, with ticket information, seating charts, etc.
This site has links to academic calendars for the next three semesters, a three-year calendar, a listing of holidays, and exam schedules.
Campus Explorer is the Mason map website for all campuses, including parking information, a virtual tour, off campus information, and directions.
The Campus Ministry Association (CMA) is committed to the holistic development of persons: spiritual, intellectual and social. It affirms the beauty and value of individual faith traditions and individual styles of ministry. The CMA is composed of a variety of faith traditions and makes itself available to all students, faculty and staff members.
The next power play in Washington is as close as your TV set. The Capitol Connection delivers to your office the knowledge you need to stay on top of your game.
A listing of the various career services offices at Mason
Employment opportunities at George Mason University.
Are you wondering how to tweak that resume or what to say during an interview? Need help with your job search? Or deciding on a major or career? Career Services can help you get answers! From face-to-face interactions with career counselors to networking opportunities, Career Services gives you the hands on experience you need to succeed.
The mission of the Cashier’s Office is to collect money due to the University. The Cashier’s Office is dedicated to providing courteous and outstanding customer service, and accurate posting of student accounts.
This site contains information about the mission of this volunteer group, how to help and who to contac
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.
This organization supports the Catholic student population at George Mason. The site includes information about the Bellarmine Chapel, activities, and upcoming events, and includes a Mass schedule and links to other Catholic resources.
Information and links for current graduate students in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at George Mason University and students considering a graduate degree here.
This site contains the mission statement for Center for Academic Advising, Retention and Transitions and links to advising resources and several Mason publications.
The purpose of CAPEC’s Web site is to act as one of GMU’s global connections for international knowledge and expertise. It will be a hub for students, faculty and the community to be informed and to exchange current issues, studies and research on Asia Pacific.
The Center for Biodefense and Infectious Diseases’s objective is to address a broad array of new challenges to national and international security posed by the threat of biological terrorism. The center not only focuses its efforts on medical defense, but also on education and advising. To accomplish our mission, the Center has assembled a group of highly skilled international scientists with a broad array of experiences and abilities to conduct extensive biomedical research aiming to develop new methods of prophylaxis and treatment strategies.
George Mason University’s Center for Biomedical Genomics is an applied research center in the College of Arts and Sciences located on the Prince William Campus. It operates a series of fully-equipped laboratories complete with state-of-the-art genomic microarrayers, gene sequencers and bioinformatic systems. The Center is affiliated with the Shared Research Instrumentation Facility (SRIF) which provides access to an array of biochemical analysis equipment.
The center research program recognizes the impact of the computing revolution and engages two major initiatives, one in computational statistics and the other in stochastic methods for parallel computing.
The Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy, housed in the Administration of Justice Department at George Mason University, seeks to make scientific research central in decisions about crime and justice policies by advancing rigorous studies in criminal justice and criminology and proactively serving as an informational link to practitioners and the policy community.
For over 15 years, the Center’s mission has been to study domestic and international health policy, articulate public policy issues and foster policy solutions to health care challenges. The Center engages a wide range of health policy experts and stakeholders to examine the complex forces affecting health care delivery. Activities range from traditional scholarship and research to innovative educational programming, health policy analysis, health care ethics, and groundbreaking projects and initiatives.
Since 1994 under the founding direction of Roy Rosenzweig, the Center for History and New Media (CHNM) at George Mason University has used digital media and computer technology to democratize history—to incorporate multiple voices, reach diverse audiences, and encourage popular participation in presenting and preserving the past.
The Center for Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security (CIP/HS), originally called the CIP Project, is located in the George Mason University School of Law.
Site contains general information about CISA’s programs (ACCESS, BRIDGE, Peer Educational Mentorship, and Peer Learning Partnership). CISA offers first-year academic programs and experiences for international and immigrant students to help them achieve their potential in a culturally inclusive learning environment.
The Center for Justice Leadership and Management (CJLM) conducts research and evaluation, provides technical assistance and training on issues of interest to scholars, policy makers, and practitioners in criminal justice and homeland security. CJLM disseminates knowledge and research findings via printed media, its website, seminars, policy forums, and conferences. The Center is affiliated with the Department of Administration of Justice.
The Public Choice Center promotes the advanced study of questions at the intersection of economics, politics, and ethics. The Center encourages innovative research and emphasizes scholarly books, publications in academic journals, and papers for professional meetings and conferences.
Part of George Mason University’s Institute of Graduate School of Education, CAPH provides numerous public health education, evaluation and policy services to diverse populations.
The mission of the Center for Teaching and Faculty Excellence (CTFE) is to provide leadership in promoting, supporting, and celebrating educational excellence. The CTFE offers a range of learning and support opportunities for instructors across Mason’s campuses, whether you are just getting started or have years of experience.
The Center for the Advancement of Well-Being is an interdisciplinary research and teaching center whose mission is to understand the nature and effects of individual and group consciousness and its role in transformative learning and social change.
This site includes an in-depth calendar of upcoming performances and information on ticket prices, seating, series subscriptions, and a calendar of events.
The Center for Study of Chronic Illness and Disability (CCID) has as its vision, to improve the lives of those with disability. The mission is to perform state of the art, quality research to study factors that lead to disability, its prevention, or amelioration; and to develop an academic program to train the next leaders in rehabilitation science.
The mission of the Centers on the Public Service is to conduct research, provide training and education, and offer outreach and thought leadership to advance the work of officials across all sectors – public, nonprofit, and private – who are involved in addressing complex problems in a system of shared governance.
This departmental site contains information on degree and certificate programs, faculty, the periodic table, and links to other Internet chemistry and biochemistry sites.
This site is the page for the Chi Omega Sorority, Chi Kappa Chapter at George Mason University.
This site offers information about the child care center on George Mason’s Fairfax Campus including tuition prices, fundraiser information, biographies about the staff, and a synopsis of a typical day for children at the Child Development Center.
This website contains information about the organization, including the activities and events it sponsors. The site also features a Chinese Bible, Chinese articles, and links to Chinese magazines.
This website provides links of particular interest to overseas and Chinese-speaking students, including financial aid information, insurance information, links to Chinese magazines, and sites where Chinese-language materials can be ordered.
This departmental website contains a mission statement, background information, and a statement of “philosophy and vision” for the program. It also includes information on faculty, staff, research activities, and related academic institutes.
This site contains extensive schedule information for current and upcoming semesters. Course information is updated nightly during periods of nonregistration several times daily during registration. Courses can be accessed by college or school, course title, section-ID, call number, section title, meeting day(s), meeting time(s), meeting building, meeting room, section status, number of open seats, number of seats already taken, and instructor.
Provides support for general purpose and technology-enhanced classroom facilities, computer classrooms, as well as audiovisual checkout equipment.
The Collaborative Learning Hub (CLUB) supports effective teaching and learning with technology to enhance learning experiences and the quality of work life at the University for current students, teaching faculty, instructional support staff, and academic units seeking to improve instruction. Club is part of the Learning Support Services Group of Information Technology Services.
The Collaborative Learning Hub (CLUB) supports effective teaching and learning with technology to enhance learning experiences and the quality of work life at the university for current students, teaching faculty, instructional support staff, and academic units seeking to improve instruction.
Virtual Virginia! This site is your gateway to the commonwealth—from current beach weather and road conditions to Colonial Williamsburg, from state government news to state wilderness areas, plus events, announcements, and a great visitor’s guide.
This departmental site contains information on degree programs and faculty, and includes course descriptions and schedules. Also includes FAQs, mission statement, and an employment board. Recent update provides a new graphical look to the page.
The Office of Communications and Marketing is the primary communication center for George Mason and the contact point for information about the university.
The Office of Community and Local Government Relations is the primary contact for individuals, business and community organizations, and local municipalities that seek involvement with the university. Explore our website to discover the variety of community outreach programs and opportunities we provide. Our office is here to share the university’s many resources with individuals and groups in the Northern Virginia region and beyond.
This site provides information about diversity at George Mason University and links to diversity services external and internal to Mason.
This site includes information about programs, courses, faculty, and upcoming seminars and colloquia.
The focus of this Center is the discovery, interpretation, simulation, and organization of the microscopic interactions between atoms and molecules in condensed phases of materials including biomaterials.
Computer labs offer the university community access to computing resources and a variety of software in support of learning, teaching, and research at George Mason University. Classroom and Lab Technologies staff is committed to providing quality support to students, faculty, and staff using the facilities.
This departmental site contains information about activities and provides items of general interest to faculty, students, and others who are involved with the computer science field. Major links include faculty bios, degree information, and associated programs.
The Campus Computer Store is located on the main level of the Johnson Center. Its website includes information on inventory and pricing, procedures for ordering, telephone numbers, and hours of operation.
Site includes information about B.A., B.S., M.S., Certificate and Ph.D. programs, including course descriptions and admissions requirements. Site also contains background information about conflict analysis and resolution, academic publications and media appearances, events, and S-CAR newsletters in full text.
The Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area (CUWMA) furthers cooperation among 13 member institutions, promoting excellence in education through sharing resources and working together to solve common problems. Site includes news and information about consortium programs and links to member universities.
Corner Pocket, a service provided by Student Centers, is Mason’s gaming and entertainment center. It offers a recreational program to enhance interactions between diverse students. Billiards, table tennis, video games and tournaments are some of the offerings of this venue.
Counseling services at George Mason are provided by a staff of clinical psychologists and professional counselors. This site includes information on individual and group counseling, self-help and self-instruction, as well as many other resources.
This division in University Relations produces printed publications as the university catalog and Mason Spirit, along with brochures, posters, and event advertisements for the university.
The Graduate Creative Writing Program at George Mason University has a national reputation for excellence. Site includes faculty bios, books, admissions information, a schedule of visiting writers, bulletin board, and an interactive discussion forum.
Current schedule of CUE Bus system, which is free for Mason students, faculty, and staff.
This site includes description of cultural studies program, faculty bios, admissions and course requirements, faculty and student pages, and links to sites relating to cultural studies, politics, art, and postmodernism.