This site gives information to students on the location of the Mail Services department, services offered, mailbox and contact information.
This site provides maps of the GMU campus. Users can view buildings on the Fairfax Campus by category or use an alphabetical listing to find a specific location. The site also includes description of each building and QuickTime VR panoramic views from several points of view.
Mason Cable Network is the student-run television network on campus. Our shows are written, produced, and edited by students for the students.
This site contains information about the mission of this volunteer group, how to help and who to contact.
Mason Enrollment Central can provide many enrollment resources in one location. You can find pertinent information concerning transferring to Mason, registration, financial aid, or your student account. A number of “how to” demos will walk you through many enrollment processes.
The Mason Enterprise Center is a university-based economic development enterprise established in 1985. Its mission is to provide university services and resources to assist businesses. The site contains links to a calendar, to a listing of press releases and features, and to a listing of the entrepreneurial topics on which the center provides training and information. It also contains links to detailed descriptions of the services it offers.
The initiative fosters the development of new academic programs within the university that contain a strong component of subjects in science, mathematics and engineering, which are fundamental to nanoscience and nanotechnology.
Includes brief news stories and important announcements pertaining to the George Mason Community.
This site contains resources for online students, faculty, and other stakeholders to access information and services. The Office of Distance Education provides consultation and resources needed to create online offerings of new courses and programs, promote best practices, manage the course portfolio quality assurance process, and support student and faculty learning needs.
This website contains detailed information about the drama club Mason Players, including audition dates, upcoming shows, how to join the club, and a member directory.
Mason Speakers comprises 150 professors, researchers, administrators and alumni volunteers from George Mason University who provide lectures and guest presentations to organizations and businesses free of charge.
The Mason Spirit is produced for the alumni and friends of George Mason University by the Office of Alumni Affairs and Office of University Relations
This departmental site gives general information about the MAIS program, including specific tracks of study, admissions requirements, and alumni comments.
The site includes program information with links to course information and communication.
This site includes information on courses, faculty, the math club, and tutoring, plus it contains the GMU Actuarial home page, the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics undergraduate page, and the American Mathematical Society page.
This site give information on tutoring locations, summer schedule, and a list of tutors.
The Mercatus Center at George Mason University is an education, research, and outreach organization that works with scholars, policy experts, and government officials to bridge academic theory and real-world practice.
This departmental site provides faculty directories, foreign language course listings, degree requirements, university facilities (such as the language lab), upcoming foreign language events, and language-related web resources.
This site covers a broad range of information about the Music programs at GMU, including auditions, performance opportunities, faculty, and musical events. This page also offers a couple of humorous pieces about music and the School of Music.
Mason’s portal. A one-stop location for students, faculty, and staff to access their Mason-related news and information as well as access core Mason systems all within a personalizable environment.