Campus Resources

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GPA Calculator

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Job Opportunities

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Mental Health and Well-Being

It is okay to not be okay, especially during this COVID-19 pandemic. The resources below might help you:


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Tips for Online Learning

Keep Learning: Academic Success During COVID-19 (from Learning Services)

Offices at GMU 101

All offices with their websites and phone numbers listed here.

Academic Integrity

Student members of the George Mason University community pledge not to cheat, plagiarize, steal, and/or lie in matters related to academic work. The Office of Academic Integrity is responsible for resolving accusations of Honor Code violations. The office also provides educational resources for students, faculty and staff for promoting academic success through a commitment to integrity.

Center for the Advancement of Well-Being

The mission of the Center for the Advancement of Well-Being (CWB) is to catalyze human well-being by promoting the science and practices that lead to a life of vitality, purpose, resilience, and engagement. As an interdisciplinary center at George Mason University, we are dedicated to helping individuals and organizations thrive in a world of complexity and uncertainty.

Contemporary Student Services

With the changing student population, Contemporary Student Services advocates for and serves the needs of the modern college students, including adult learners, transfer students, students who are parenting, off-campus students, veterans, foster care alumni, and more. Contemporary Student Services offers resources, peer support, and social opportunities to specifically meet the needs of contemporary students and those transitioning to off-campus living.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Counseling and Psychological Services provides confidential personal and academic services to students. Individual and group therapy, crisis intervention, consultations to students, faculty and staff, and community education programs are offered. Additionally, Counseling and Psychological Services supports the Peer Empowerment Program, which provides trained peer support to Mason students through programs, mentoring, and direct advising.

Disability Services

The Office of Disability Services assists students with disabilities in obtaining reasonable accommodations, auxiliary aids, and support services. The office supports students with cognitive (e.g., learning, psychological, and closed head injury), sensory, mobility, and other physical impairments in order to provide students with equal access to university programs and services.

Diversity, Inclusion and Multicultural Education

The Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Multicultural Education engages the Mason community in building awareness and exploration of the diversity of our campus community. With student support and advocacy as primary focal areas, the office also provides programming (including cultural heritage celebrations); services, like the Student Transition Empowerment Program; and resources, including bias incident interventions. The office pays particular attention to historically underrepresented and marginalized groups.

Housing and Residence Life

More than 6000 students, faculty and staff call George Mason University home. The Office of Housing and Residence Life provides unique living opportunities in a variety of residential settings, from traditional residence halls to Living Learning Communities centered around academic or issue-oriented topics. Professional and student staff are available around the clock to ensure safe, engaging, and nurturing living environments for Mason's resident students.

International Programs and Services

The Office of International Programs and Services advises non-immigrant students, scholars, faculty, and staff at George Mason University on a range of issues vital to Mason's international community. The office assists international students and scholars with processing key documents, provides educational cultural and social programs including the annual International Week held each April, and provides advising on a walk-in and appointment basis.

Leadership Education and Development (LEAD)

The Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Office believes that every student has the potential to be a leader. The LEAD Office helps students develop into effective, ethical leaders through a series of workshops, conferences, classes, speakers, dialogues, and retreats. Our programs are tailored to students at different levels of leadership development and provide opportunities to develop a strong sense of self, augment critical thinking and interpersonal skills, develop global and cultural competencies, and cultivate organizational skills for transition into the professional world.

Learning Services

Learning Services, housed within the office of Counseling and Psychological Services, works with students and faculty to improve students' academic and study skills. Learning Services offers the Academic Counseling Program, which teaches strategies that enable students to enhance their academic performance, and provides an opportunity for students to get support to help them stay on task; skills workshops; classroom assessments and other support for students with learning challenges.

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning Resources (LGBTQ)

George Mason University has been honored among the top 100 colleges and universities for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students, among other awards indicating the university's welcoming and inclusive environment. The Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning Resources serves as a hub and central resource for the Mason community for accessing Mason's LGBTQ services and information. LGBTQ Resources offers programs, workshops and presentations as well as providing a Safe Zone within the office and training for Safe Zones throughout the university.

Student Health Services

Student Health Services provides high quality health care, counseling, health education and prevention services to George Mason University students. From diagnosis and treatment of illness and injury, to women's and men's health, to immunizations and prescriptions, Student Health Services is available to all Mason students with clinics at Fairfax, Arlington and Prince William campuses.

Student Involvement

300+ student organizations including 37+ sororities and fraternities. Weekly blockbuster and independent film screenings. Student Government. Welcome Week. Homecoming. Patriots Weekend. Comedy shows and concerts. What do all these activities have in common? The Office of Student Involvement, which advises and coordinates student involvement activities at Mason. Students who are involved in at least one out-of-classroom organization create networks, improve time management, build workplace and leadership skills, and fully engage in the Mason community.

Student Support and Advocacy Center (SSAC)

SSAC believes that students are most successful when they are healthy and happy and we strive to help students find that balance for themselves. SSAC staff offer students one-on-one support, interactive programming and on and off campus resources. Some of the topic areas we address are healthy relationships, stress management, nutrition, sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, stalking, drug and alcohol use and sexual health.

University Career Services

University Career Services provides resources, advice and expertise to help current students and alumni identify career interests and options. Career Services' structure is unique among college and university career centers: staff is organized on teams based on where students are in their career decision-making, from early exploration to polishing and preparing for transitions after graduation. University Career Services is Mason's primary conduit to employers.

Women and Gender Studies Center

Women and Gender Studies Center links with academic programs, University Life units, and the Northern Virginia community to provide learning experiences that educate Mason students and staff about gender issues and issues of special importance to women; to provide a safe psychological and physical space for all women and gay, bisexual, lesbian, and transgender populations; and to support related academic programs by providing co- and extra-curricular programming opportunities. The Women and Gender Studies Center includes a rich library and study lounge.