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.
This site can only be accessed from an on-campus computer or Mason Server.
The Center offers leadership and team-building programs featuring The EDGE – Energize, Develop, Grow, Excel. The Edge includes hands-on experiential learning programs that offer thought-provoking yet fun team development activities and workshops that are grounded in cutting edge team and organizational development theory.
Click on “Broadcast Schedule” on GMU-TV website.
GMU-TV televises courses for credit that are broadcast over cable TV. It also broadcasts special events such as commencement and public interest forums. Site includes channels and hours of operation, schedules, and newsgroups on popular TV shows.
This website allows you to search the bookstore’s database for a listing of the books you need for a given class.
This official site contains information about College of Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA) Theater Department and provides items of interest to faculty, students, and others who are involved with the Arts at George Mason. Major links include faculty bios, semester syllabi, degree information, the season performance schedule, and links to other theater resources.
Enter your time on the electronic time and attendance system.
Auxiliary Enterprises oversees the use of the Mason name and trademarks in retail markets, departmental, and student group usage to ensure trademarked items are used appropriately.
This site contains information on ordering Mason transcripts.
The Transition Resource Center is a resource and development center for undergraduate students, providing courses, programs, and services to facilitate students’ personal and academic success. not only is our focus on freshman transition from high school to college, but also on sophomore exploration and academic preparation, junior experiential learning and leadership development, and senior readiness to transition beyond college to graduate school or the workplace.