The Law Library is an academic research center that supports the information needs of the faculty and students of George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School.
Located in Arlington, Virginia, George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School is known for its unique program, which emphasizes law and economics. This site provides extensive information about the administration, curriculum, faculty, student organizations, and the libraries.
The LEAD Office works collaboratively with students, faculty, and staff to provide leadership, education, training, and development for students at all levels of leadership development. This site contains information on LEAD’s goals, programs, and involvement opportunities.
Learning Services provides a variety of experience-based learning opportunities through which students explore a wide range of academic concerns
This site includes detailed information on the wide variety of personal and professional continuing education programs available at George Mason.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, & Questioning (LGBTQ+) Resources. LGBTQ+ Resources has worked for and with the LGBTQ+ and ally communities at George Mason’s campuses to create an environment that is welcoming and conducive to learning.
The home page of George Mason University Libraries contains hours and maps, news and announcements, as well as online catalogs, links to databases, and valuable reference sources.
The Linguistics Club is a student organization supporting participation in the field of linguistics and Teaching of English for Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). This site lists both past and upcoming events along with contacts and linguistic links on the web.
This site offers information about the Linguistic field of study at Mason, including course descriptions, options for undergraduate and graduate studies, and faculty within the program.
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.