Campus Resources

Arlington Campus Services & Resources 2016-2017
Learn about the many services available to students at the Arlington Campus, including hours, locations, and contact information.

University Life
Counseling & Psychological Services
Student Health Services
International Programs & Services
The Writing Center
Graduate Fellowships
Student Involvement
Disability Services
Student Support and Advocacy Center

University Life Virtual Connect
Take advantage of valuable services via University Life Virtual Connect. The following services are now offered virtually for students based at the Arlington Campus.

Resources for Distance Learners

GraduateStudent Life

Hire Mason
Looking for a job on or off campus? Check out HireMason for up-to-date postings!

Quiet Meditation Space
The Arlington Campus Quiet Meditation Space located on the 2nd Floor of Founders Hall is intended for use by any student, faculty, staff, alumni or guest. In order to ensure optimal use of the space, please follow the guidelines posted outside of the space. The area adjacent to the Quiet Meditation Space has been designated as a “Quiet Study Area.” All students are asked to be respectful of those using the Quiet Meditation Space by limiting talking. Cell phone use is prohibited. This area should not be used as a lounge or as a group study room. We appreciate your cooperation in creating a quiet space. If you have questions about either space, please contact Lori Cohen Scher, Assistant Dean, University Life at lcohen@gmu.edu.

Bias Incident Reporting
Have you witnessed or experienced discrimination, harassment, intimidation, violence or a criminal offense committed against any person, group or property that appears to be intentional and motivated by prejudice or bias? If so, you can report this experience through Mason’s bias incident report form. Please recognize that completing this incident report form does not constitute filing a formal complaint. To file a formal complaint, contact Mason’s Office of Compliance, Diversity and Ethics or the University Police as appropriate. In some cases, the university may use information from an incident report to establish a formal charge.