Name of Resource Description of Resource
Center for Academic Advising, Retention, and Transitions Advises students who are thinking about changing majors or who need assistance with their transition to Mason from another institution.
Assistive Technology Initiative Manages the production of accessible text for Mason students with disabilities. They also ensure access to information technology and communications to the entire university community through the use of adaptive equipment and provision of technical assistance.
Center for Field Studies (CFS) Provides students with a broad range of exciting and challenging field-based experiential learning opportunities. Center programs place students outside the traditional classroom where they experience the natural environment firsthand and learn about ecology in its broadest sense, including the unique cultures that shape it. CFS is the central point of contact for the development of field-based courses and initiatives at George Mason University.
Center for Leadership and Community Engagement (CLCE) Promotes positive change and civic engagement by combining academic study, leadership development, and direct community service. CLCE is your resource at Mason for leadership education and service-learning initiatives.
Copyright Resources Office Provides assistance to faculty and students regarding copyright policies.
Counseling and Psychological Services Offers faculty and staff consultation about how to help students that experience difficulties that impact their learning, including how to respond to students in crisis. In particular, the Mason Cares, faculty referral guide, and students of concern are primary resources for faculty and staff. Students can take advantage of psychological services, a variety of learning services, multicultural services, and educational programs that support students’ educational goals.
English Language Institute Holds workshops for students whose first language is not English.
Learning Services Provides a variety of experience based learning opportunities through which students explore a wide range of academic concerns, including those listed below. Presentations on a variety of academic skill topics are available to the university community. The programs are open to all George Mason University students free of charge. Services are confidential and use of these services does not become part of the student’s academic record.
Mathematics Tutoring Center Offers tutoring on a walk-in basis for all George Mason University students who are enrolled in math courses up to MATH 290.
Military Alliance Program (M.A.P.) Provides faculty and staff participants with an understanding of military students at Mason and how they can be supported. Upon completion of M.A.P. training, participants are certified by the Office of Military Services as a "Military Friendly Staff Member".
Office of Disability Services Implements and coordinates reasonable accommodations and disability-related services that afford equal access to university programs and activities.
Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Multicultural Education (ODIME) Serves students, cultural organizations, and the Mason community by promoting an environment that fosters and values human understanding and diversity. ODIME seeks to provide services and programs that will instill university-wide appreciation for diverse perspectives and ensure equal levels of inclusion, participation, and retention of underrepresented student groups in their quest for a quality.
Office of International Programs and Services Provides guidance to students and scholars studying and working at George Mason University on immigration, employment and taxation, and adjustment issues, while fostering cross-cultural understanding through programs highlighting global themes.
Office of Student Conduct Provides information about university policies, the student conduct process, and resources for faculty related to addressing student behaviors of concerns and other disruptive behaviors.
Safe Zone Creates a safer, more welcoming and inclusive campus environment to strengthen community and encourage networking among faculty, staff, and students toward the goal of supporting the well-being of LGBTQ people.
Student Health Services Provides high quality health care, counseling, education, and prevention services in support of student learning and retention.
Transition Resource Center Serves as a resource and development center for undergraduates, providing courses, programs, and services to facilitate students' personal and academic success.
University Career Services Provides information on career choices, internships and employment, and graduate and professional school.
University Life Enhances students’ in- and out-of-class experiences, in addition to facilitating interactions among faculty, staff, and other students. These resources help students achieve academically, stay healthy, get involved with campus life, find jobs, and identify resources to enrich their learning.
University Writing Center Offers both in-person and online writing assistance for students, including online writing guides, reference guides, and style manuals. Additionally, the Writing Center provides assistance to faculty who are interested in holding in-class writing workshops, developing effective writing assignments, or evaluating students’ writing.
Wellness, Alcohol, and Violence Education Services Helps students develop and maintain healthy lifestyles through one-on-one support, and interactive programs and resources. Some of the topics WAVES addresses are healthy relationships, stress management, nutrition, sexual assault, drug and alcohol use and sexual health.