This site contains links to an introduction to the Division of Dance, an online sign-up form for visitors, a description of dance faculty and guest artists, a description of performance opportunities, and a catalog of dance programs.
Delta Sigma Pi is the nation’s leading co-ed business fraternity. We specialize in areas concerning the business world but are still actively involved with student activities on the George Mason campus, such as community service, student activities and campus activities.
The Rehabilitation Science program at George Mason University engages its students to develop across the spectrum of basic, clinical and translational research. Our faculty is committed to mentoring students through active involvement in research studies and scholarly activities. Upon graduation, our students are prepared with the tools to pursue careers as scientists in academic, government, health and industrial research environments.
This site contains information on locations, services, menus, and nutritional data. Additional information such as contacts and student employment is also listed.
Site includes step-by-step directions to the Arlington, Fairfax and Prince William Campuses. Also included are directions to other locations.
This office provides disability-related access for students who are eligible under The Americans with Disability Act Amendments. If you believe you may be eligible, please contact the office to establish a file, receive services, or make an appointment with a disability specialist. If you are planning to attend an event at George Mason University and need disability-related accommodations (i.e., sign language interpreter), advise the department that is sponsoring the event so arrangement can be made in advance.
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.
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 site contains information about the office that leads the University in creating an inclusive learning environment through identity development and cultural competency. ODIME assists the University in retaining, actively engaging and successfully graduating students with specific attention to historically underrepresented and marginalized groups through programs, services and training opportunities.
Domicile Appeals, in the Office of the Registrar, accepts appeals from current students who are seeking to change from out-of-state tuition status to in-state tuition status. Students who believe that they have met the requirements for Virginia domicile may appeal their out-of-state status through Domicile Administration.