A: See the How to Apply link for detailed information on the application process for undergraduate students at George Mason (scroll past the top graduate section).
A: The requirements and deadlines for each degree are different. See the How to Apply link on the Mason Admissions page.
A. You may still apply. However, please note there are no guarantees that faculty will consider late applications.
A: Both SAT Reasoning Test and/or the American College Test (ACT) are accepted at Mason. Mason receives SAT and ACT scores electronically from each testing agency. Applicants should request scores to be sent directly from SAT and/or ACT. Student score reports will NOT be accepted. Learn more about freshman admissions requirements.
A: Transfer students come to Mason at different times in their academic careers. The GMU admissions office outlines the requirements needed.
A: You should read the websites of the schools you are interested in attending. Find out as much information about the department, their teaching methods, research philosophies, and overall attitudes towards scholarship and training as you can.
A: We encourage all interested students to apply. However, we do adhere to stated minimum grade point averages and/or SAT scores. For specifics on these requirements, please visit the undergraduate admissions website.
The Office of Student Financial Aid is a great resource to help you finance your education. They can help you with everything from finding funding sources to helping you through the process. Be sure to check out the resources available to you and connect with your Financial Aid Officer.
Do you plan on being a student-athlete when you become a Patriot? The Student-Athlete Affairs Office is there to help you make the most of your educational opportunities while excelling athletically.
The Mason community is full of activities and groups. Check out all Student Involvement has to offer.
Stay up to date on the cost associated with college. The Student Accounts Office is a great resource for information about tuition & fees. To learn more about the costs associated with housing, the Housing and Residence Life Office can provide information about rates and billing. Finally, the Mason Card Office can help provide information about meal plans.
Applying to college can be a stressful event if you don't have the right information. Check in with the Office of Admissions and connect with your area's designated Admissions Counselors. This way you can stay up to date on the latest and learning about all the amazing opportunities that await you at Mason.