This site provides general information about the Pakistan Students Association.
This sites provides information about parking services. You an also purchase parking passes and pay or appeal parking tickets. Shuttle schedules and event parking guidelines are also listed.
This website is the online version of the Part-Time Faculty Guide, containing information about Mason, their rights, and how to reserve rooms and AV materials among other details.
The Patriot Activities Council (PAC) is a student body that strengthens the community through diverse activities that are entertaining, interactive, and educational.
This site is for the Army ROTC program at George Mason University.
The Campus Computer Store is located on the main level of the Johnson Center. Its website includes information on inventory and pricing, procedures for ordering, telephone numbers, and hours of operation.
This site gives employees access to the Financial Reporting System, Employee Tracking System, Centralized Applications, Employee Information Screens, and the employee’s personnel information.
The university’s online directory provides a consistent view of student, faculty, and staff information. You can search for a name, phone number, Mason NetID/e-mail address, fax number, building, mail stop, job title, or department.
A Tradition of Excellence since 1889. Learn about the top fraternity on the George Mason campus. Includes a photo gallery; get to know the brothers before you meet them! Event information is posted here as it is received so you know what’s happening. Come see how Phi Kappa Theta can add to your college experience.
This website is used to help Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity communicate with the student body as a whole. It contains information about Phi Sigma Pi as a national organization as well as information about our Chapter Zeta Delta.
This departmental site includes news, events, course listings, graduation requirements, academic records, philosophy club meeting information, a guide to faculty and staff, campus directions, and links to other philosophy-related websites.
Phoebe is a bi-annual literary journal edited and produced by graduate students from the Creative Writing Program at George Mason University. This site includes guidelines concerning poetry and fiction contests along with information about how to subscribe.
Mason Card is your official university ID card and your key to life on campus! The Mason ID Card is the all-in-one card to access your Mason Money, meal plan, campus facilities, athletic events, and more. No need to carry cash when there’s so many benefits!
This departmental site includes course and degree information, announcements, a faculty and staff guide, useful phone numbers, and physics club and computing facilities information. Also listed are instructional resources such as virtual libraries, and job links.
The physics club is an organization dedicated to the promotion of the knowledge of physics, run entirely by students.
This site is for the Kappa Theta chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha.
This website contains information about the University Police and on-campus safety, including on-campus emergency numbers and procedures.
A comprehensive listing of the policies of George Mason University (administrative, drug and alcohol, copyright, etc.)
This site introduces the many subordinate programs and centers of the School of Policy, Government, and International Affairs. The site includes course descriptions and related web resources.
George Mason University’s Aquatic Center was designed to provide aquatic opportunities for the broadest spectrum of campus life with an evenly balanced program of recreation, instruction and competitive activities. The University now has an exceptional facility to host world-class and swimming events, as well as a state-of-the art recreational facility for the entire University community.
The Potomac Environmental Research and Education Center (PEREC) is dedicated to research, teaching and outreach activities related to Environmental Sustainability with special focus on the Potomac River and its watershed. Programs include faculty and student research on the tidal Potomac River and its tributaries, K12 programs on watershed management and environmental science, and water quality monitoring. The web site contains staff and facilities descriptions, links to reports and publications, and access to on line data sources.
This site provides information about Mason president Ángel Cabrera and access to his blog and other writings.
This student organization provides a support system for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered persons and their allies. The site gives a detailed list of upcoming events, membership information, and links to other university organizations and related resources.
This site houses information pertaining to print services at Mason, including online printing requests.
George Mason University’s digital fine art printing studio, providing exhibition-quality inkjet prints, high-resolution scans, and laser proofs to students, faculty, and the greater community.
The Procurement Technical Assistance Program (PTAP) is a sponsored program under the Mason Enterprise Center (MEC) umbrella. Mason is dedicated to fostering entrepreneurship and economic development though PTAP to provide assistance to increase contracting and sub-contracting activity among small businesses, major prime contractors, and federal, state and local government. Its services include counseling, outreach, and educational programs. The procurement technical assistance center is funded in part through a PTAP cooperative agreement with the Defense Logistics Agency.
This website contains news from the Office of the Provost.
This departmental site gives descriptions of both undergraduate and graduate programs, course listings, and faculty and staff directories.
The Public Choice Center promotes the advanced study of questions at the intersection of economics, politics, and ethics. The Center encourages innovative research and emphasizes scholarly books, publications in academic journals, and papers for professional meetings and conferences.
The mission of the Centers on the Public Service is to conduct research, provide training and education, and offer outreach and thought leadership to advance the work of officials across all sectors – public, nonprofit, and private – who are involved in addressing complex problems in a system of shared governance.
This site provides information for purchasing and fiscal services at Mason.