Mason’s student radio station, WGMU, sponsors this site, which contains disc jockey schedules, broadcasted sports events, links to bands, top 10 albums in various music categories, WGMU-sponsored events, and upcoming concerts.
Records Management assists university offices with the retention and disposition of all temporary university records regardless of format.
Mason Recreation is committed to enriching the physical and holistic well-being of the diverse students, faculty, staff, and community that is George Mason University through quality facilities, programs, and services.
Encompassing 120,000 square feet, the Recreation and Athletic Complex (RAC) boasts three gymnasiums, racquetball courts, squash courts, and a two story fitness gallery.
This web site is designed to provide information about faculty and staff, various programs and degree offerings, class schedules and other student resources, and updated news as well as events.
This is a comprehensive site covering all aspects of recycling at George Mason: pick-up schedules, acceptable materials, furniture reuse program, and a map showing the location of the recycling center. It also includes links to related recycling sites.
This website contains information about registration and all related matters, including access to academic records, course listings, online forms, graduation information, and office information.
Mason’s Religious Studies Department offers programs and courses designed to foster the comparative study of the world’s religious traditions.
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.
Welcome to the Office of Research at George Mason University where we support creative faculty and students as they discover the knowledge that fills the textbooks of tomorrow. As you visit our website let us know how we can better service your needs.
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 Integrity and Assurance (ORIA) promotes ethical and responsible conduct of research through serving as a resource for researchers.
This policy, implemented by the Vice Provost for Information Technology and Services, outlines priorities for computing resources, forbidden activities, illegitimate use of accounts, and respect for the privacy of others.
Resident Technicians are here to provide proactive technical support in the residence halls at George Mason University. We help students connect to the residence hall networks, as well as diagnose and troubleshoot computer problems.
The Office of Risk Management serves as the liaison to the Commonwealth’s Division of Risk Management and is the lead official when dealing with external organizations regarding accident investigations and insurance claims. The office also supports University departments by assessing potential risks, recommending action to manage hazards, or suggesting the contractual transfer of those risks.
Clarence J. Robinson Professors are outstanding scholars who are dedicated to undergraduate teaching and whose teaching and scholarship concern broad and fundamental intellectual issues.
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 Russian and Eurasian Studies program brings together experienced Mason faculty who will guide students’ exploration of this region’s culture, gender, class, ethnicity, economy, government, and politics.