Connect with Admissions FAQs
Admissions is offering on-campus and virtual information sessions and tours. Virtual one-on-one meetings with an Admissions Counselor are available by request. Register for a session or to connect with a counselor. The virtual campus tour is accessible online at any time. We are monitoring health conditions in the region and safety guidance from local, state, and federal officials. Please check our Visit Mason website often as more opportunities will continue to be added. When on-campus visits are offered, registration is first come, first served, and we have implemented safety protocols for all visitors including required face coverings, social distancing, and successful completion of the Mason COVID Health Check.
Financial Aid and FAFSA FAQS
If your family has been financially impacted by COVID-19, once you have filed your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and have been admitted to Mason in the fall or spring of your senior year in high school, please reach out to the Financial Aid Office at George Mason University for assistance.
Our financial aid counselors would be happy to talk with you regarding your situation and to see what might be possible to assist you.
In the meantime, in order to receive an early estimate on what your cost of attendance might be to attend George Mason University, please visit the net price calculator. We recommend never removing a college or university from your list because the cost appears too high at this stage of the college search process. There are many options available to help you finance your Mason education. Contact the Financial Aid Office
Our office hours are Monday-Friday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
If you are having difficulty completing your admission application, please contact your Mason Admission Counselor for assistance.
Yes! George Mason University will accept TOEFL, IELTS, SAT/ACT, and Duolingo English Test examinations taken at-home due to COVID-19, or in accordance with the testing agency’s guidance, as official. The change in testing format does not change the score requirements, which are listed on our English proficiency website.
For those students whose testing was affected by COVID-19, George Mason University will accept AP, IB, and A-level examinations taken at home, or in accordance with the testing agency’s guidance, as official
The change in testing format does not change how credits are awarded by subject. Please send official copies of your score reports to Mason when they are available. For additional information and a course concordance list, please view our policy located here. Should you have any further questions, please feel free to reach out to your Admissions Counselor.