Who We Are – Archive
University Life, in accordance with its mission, values, and goals, strives to enhance students’ in and out of class experience; facilitate interaction with faculty, staff, and other students; and help each student find their place in the Mason community.
University Life offices at Science and Technology Campus include:
- Career Services
- Counseling and Psychological Services
- Disability Services
- Student Health Services
- Student Support and Advocacy Center
Click here for a complete list of University Life services.
Location: Colgan Hall Building, Room 202
Hours: Walk-In (see below)
- February 11 (2PM-4:30PM general career counseling; 4:30-5:30 resume workshop)
- March 18 (2PM-5PM)
- April 15 (2PM-5PM)
University Career Services: Get answers!
Looking for a job or internship? Are you wondering how to tweak that resume or what to say during an interview? Maybe you’re not even thinking about looking for a job and simply need help deciding what to major in.
University Career Services can help! Career Services counselors assist students with career and educational planning, provide resources concerning majors, occupations, labor market trends, opportunities to gain work experience, workshops to improve interview skills and resumes, preparation for Graduate School Admission, and making connections with employers seeking staff. From face-to-face interactions with career counselors to networking opportunities, UCS gives you the hands-on experience you need to succeed.
To view a list of upcoming events, check out careers.gmu.edu/events
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Location: Colgan hall, Room 229G (Student Health Services office)
Hours: Monday (8:30AM-4:30PM) by appointment
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides individual counseling, group counseling, workshops and outreach programs to faculty, staff and students. Services are provided by a staff of professional counseling and clinical psychologists and professional counselors.
A CAPS counselor is available at the Science and Technology Campus during spring and fall semesters.
Location: Colgan Hall, Room 202
Hours: By appointment only
Disability Services provides resources and advocacy to all students who register. By registering with the DS, our staff can best understand the needs of students whose concerns might include cognitive (e.g., learning, psychological, and closed head injury), sensory, mobility, and other impairments. The intent of the DS is to facilitate reasonable accommodations and disability-related services which afford equal access to university programs and activities.
A representative from Disability Services is available at the Science and Technology Campus upon request. Please call 703-993-2474 to schedule an appointment. Visit ds.gmu.edu for more information.
Student Health Services
Location: Colgan Hall, Room 229
Hours: Monday and Thursday 8:30am – 4:30pm, (closed during summer sessions)
Fall 2019 hours end on 12/5 at 1PM.
Spring 2020 hours begin 1/23 at 11AM.
Student Health Services’ goal is to provide high quality health care, counseling, health education and prevention services to George Mason University students.
The clinic at the Science and Technology Campus is staffed by a Licensed Nurse Practitioner. Appointments are preferred, but walk-ins are available. Please call the clinic phone number to schedule a visit.
Student Support and Advocacy Center
Location: Student Union Building 1 (SUB 1), Suite 3200, Fairfax Campus
Hours: By appointment only
24-hour Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence Crisis Line: 703-380-1434
Fairfax Sexual Assault Services: 703.993.9999
The office of Student Support and Advocacy Center (SSAC) serves as the central resource for assisting students who are encountering barriers to their academic success and personal growth. The office connects students with appropriate Mason and off-campus resources and implements action plans for students in need of intervention, including crisis intervention. Please contact SSAC if you observe behavior that causes concern about a student or other community member’s safety, feel threatened by a student or otherwise notice behavior changes in a student that cause concern.