This site describes the meal plans and dining venues available at Mason.
This website contains information about the activities of the Industrial/Organizational Psychology Student Association and includes a listing of related links, conferences, and program information.
The ITS Support Center serves as the central point of contact for the university community for requesting IT support or information. This site contains information about all the services the ITS provides and how to request them.
This site provides computer users and system administrators with the tools and information they need to secure their systems.
The Center for Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security (CIP/HS), originally called the CIP Project, is located in the George Mason University School of Law.
The Office of Institutional Assessment is responsible for assessment and reporting on student learning and academic programs, including academic program review, support unit review, the Mason Core (formerly general education), and State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) learning competencies. OIA conducts student and alumni surveys, and supports department and program assessment activities. Links to institutional reports, Tk20 assessment planning and reporting, workshops, and assessment resources.
The Office of Institutional Research and Reporting (IRR) serves as the official source of university data. The IRR website contains both current and historical data published by IRR. Some of the commonly requested data available on the website include: student and course enrollment reports, degrees conferred reports, program level information to support academic program reviews, faculty and staff statistics, course ratings, Unit Profiles of academic units, the Common Data Set, and the Factbook.
The School of Integrative Studies (SIS) offers a distinctive experience that addresses contemporary social, global, and environmental challenges. Students connect academic interests with hands-on learning to prepare for a life and career with meaning and impact. Based in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, SIS focuses on critical and creative thinking, effective communication and diversity in thought. Graduates will lead the way as a new brand of professionals whose understanding of traditional liberal arts and commitment to a just world can build the cross-sector approaches necessary to solve pressing social and environmental problems.
The Intellectual Property Law Society promotes the study of intellectual property law at the George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School. Conferences, seminars, and speakers programs allow members to explore issues related to intellectual property law and career opportunities within the field.
The Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Science (ICES) brings together researchers and students interested in using the methods of experimental economics to answer research questions from a variety of fields.
An independent appraisal activity established within the organization to examine and evaluate the adequacy and effectiveness of its activities as a service to the organization.
This website contains information about the Office of International Programs and Services, which a resource for international students at Mason, including immunization requirements, events and news, and links.
The International Travel website, maintained by Safety, Emergency, and Enterprise Risk Management, provides resources to students, faculty, and staff who plan to travel or may plan to travel abroad to potentially hazardous locations. The website also provides information on international travel insurance.
At INTO Mason, international students will join a supportive community that is committed to helping you integrate with ease into American university life while preparing for your degree studies. INTO Mason’s unique programs will help improve your academic and English language skills, and our helpful faculty and staff will make sure you quickly adjust to life in the US.
The Ireland 32 website contains information about Ireland, including the Irish peace process, Irish studies in the United States and Ireland, news, human rights information, Irish literature, and activist information about Ireland, Cuba and Latin America.