Off-Campus Student Programs and Services works to provide ongoing programming for off-campus students within the Mason community and beyond. Programs and services connect Mason students who live off-campus with resources and services on campus. Programs are designed to fully integrate students who do not live on campus into the Mason community.
The Office of Continuing Professional Education offers both open-enrollment and on-site contract non-credit courses, academic credit programs, certificate programs, and on-line courses for personal and professional development.
George Mason is a university characterized by global vision, global presence, and global accomplishment in outreach, education, and research. The Office of Global and International Strategies provides leadership and support to a university committed to realizing its global goals. It assists faculty, students, and units to pursue international activities, including through coordination of efforts across units and beyond borders. The office represents Mason’s global interests to governmental and non-governmental agencies, business and community leaders, and educational partners around the world. It also serves as an incubator for innovative projects through which Mason faculty and students engage with counterparts across the globe.
The Office of Government and Community Relations is the primary contact for federal, state, and local government as well as individuals, business and community organizations that seek involvement with Mason. The Office of Government and Community Relations includes three departments: Office of Federal Government Relations, Office of State Government Relations, Office of Community and Local Government Relations.
Advising promising Mason undergraduates and recent alumni regarding the application process for nationally competitive fellowships.
The Office of Research and Economic Development has overall responsibility for the university’s research enterprise. Working in an atmosphere characterized by its commitment to cultivating innovation and generation of new knowledge for the benefit of our global society, Mason’s scholars conduct research in an array of disciplines and subjects. The Office works to foster the continuation of these endeavors and to promote an environment that sustains the highest standards of scholarship, health, and safety.
The Office of Research Development (ORD) provides support to faculty, students and staff in identifying and seeking funding to increase George Mason’s funded research base.
The Office of Research Subject Protections is responsible for the administration of the Human Subjects Review Board and the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee. The office works with faculty, staff, and students to ensure that all research is conducted following strict ethical standards, as well as within all Federal, State, and Local and University regulations, policies, procedures and guidance to protect both human and animal subjects of research.
This website provides information about the Office of Sponsored Programs, which provides information about grant proposal development and award administration, and the services they offer.
OSCAR provides George Mason University with the opportunity to connect our students with our faculty and to the research and creative mission of the institution. This initiative aims to foster a culture of student scholarship through increased participation in and celebration of scholarly activities. Students will see their education as a process of scholarly inquiry, where scholarship is valued as a core practice of the Mason student experience.
This website contains news from the Office of the Provost.
This website contains information about registration and all related matters, including access to academic records, course listings, online forms, graduation information, and office information.
The Office of University Counsel provides assistance in different fields of law encountered in the academic and business life of the University.
The site provides information about the university Ombudsman’s services and contact information. Faculty and staff may download a form to request an Ombudsman presentation, for a class or staff meeting.
Explore your options! This site will connect you to student jobs on campus, internships, co-ops, part-time positions and full-time positions via HireMason, an online search engine designed specifically for the Mason community. Links to federal work study jobs and careers at Mason are also provided.
George Mason University’s Online Resources for Developmental Psychology is an organized, accessible, and expert reviewed collection of useful websites for teaching and learning about human development.
This site gives a complete listing of the hours, locations, and phone numbers for the buildings, offices, and services on George Mason University’s Fairfax campus.
This website contains information regarding orientation for freshman and transfer student as well as families. Programming and outreach information specifically for Mason families is also available here. Student Leadership opportunities as well as off-campus student resources can also be found through the OFPS webpage.
We are making a web site that introduces our club, club activities, club members, requirements, missions, event schedules and so on.
Although George Mason called Virginia home, Patriots can come from all over! We welcome our out-of-state students and families to the Commonwealth of Virginia and the Mason Family. As an out-of-state student, we know it can be difficult to be living away from home, so we have developed this website as a resource to assist you with your George Mason University experience.