ACCEPT YOUR OFFER OF NON-DEGREE ADMISSION.
Admitted Non-Degree students must accept their admission in order to register for courses.
ACTIVATE PATRIOT PASS:
To claim and create your Patriot Pass account through http://password.gmu.edu. Select the third option "Activate Account" and follow the instructions to create a secure password. You will need a CLAIM CODE which is your 6 digit birthdate as MMDDYY (ex: July 6, 1996 would be 070696).
ACTIVATE YOUR MASON STUDENT EMAIL ACCOUNT
Once your Patriot Pass account is activated, you can create your Mason student email account. Please follow the 1st Login Instructions to get started.
IMPORTANT: Please note that once your Mason Student Email Account is created, all official communications from the university will be sent to you on this account. You will NOT be able to opt-out of receiving messages from the university through your Mason student email account. Your Mason student email will be your primary email account while you attend Mason to receive updates from the university, communicate with your professors, participate in student involvement activities, etc.
REGISTER FOR COURSES AND PAY TUITION VIA PATRIOT WEB.
Next you will want to register for your courses through PatriotWeb at http://patriotweb.gmu.edu. If your course requires a pre-requisite, contact the department which offers the course to request a course override. The department may require a copy of your unofficial transcript or a syllabus to demonstrate that you have met the pre-requisite requirement. The University Registrar's website http://registrar.gmu.edu/students/registration/ provides a wealth of information for new non-degree students.
Lastly, you will want to make sure that you have paid for your course(s). Information regarding payments and third party billing is available at: http://studentaccounts.gmu.edu.
The Office of Student Accounts may also be reached for questions at 703-993-2484.
SUBMIT IMMUNIZATION RECORDS.
Virginia law requires all admitted university students to submit immunization documentation. A hold will be placed on your account and a late fee assessed if you do not submit your complete immunization records by the posted deadline.
Please visit Student Health Services to obtain critical information and mandatory immunization forms. Your completed immunization form should be sent directly to Student Health Services. If you have trouble accessing the website, please contact Student Health Services at 703-993-2135 or email@example.com.
GET YOUR MASON ID.
Your Mason ID card will only be issued once you've registered for classes. Go to the Mason Card Office for more information. The card is used for library privileges, debit (if you sign up for a meal plan or Mason Money), free rides on the CUE bus, and more.
Senior Citizen Non-Degree students who enroll each fall and spring semester do not have to reapply for non-degree enrollment. However, if you are not enrolled in two consecutive semesters (i.e. fall and spring or spring and fall), you must contact the Office of the University Registrar to re-enroll. Summer terms are not required.
For information regarding Mason’s senior citizen tuition waiver please visit the Unversity Registrar’s website here: http://registrar.gmu.edu/topics/senior-citizen-waiver/ .
Visiting non-degree students participating in Mason ROTC may enroll in a maximum of 2 credit hours per semester.
High School Dual Enrollment students may enroll in a maximum of 4 credit hours per semester in a 100-299 course with the appropriate high school approval.
While official transcripts are not required during the admissions process, they are required in order for you to receive appropriate academic advising as a student in the SMSC programs. Students who do not complete this step may not be scheduled for classes. Please send official college transcripts from your current and/or all of your previous institutions to:
George Mason University
Office of Admissions
4400 University Drive MSN 3A4
Fairfax, VA 22030
Have electronic documents sent from your institutions to firstname.lastname@example.org