George Mason University
A public institute, George Mason University provides learning opportunities through innovation. Since 1957, it has been offering comprehensive programs in economics, business, law, creative writing and computer science. Over 32,500 students pursue their educational goals at George Mason. The university aims to impart education to a new generation of leaders for the 21st century. It encourages freedom of thought and speech. The university has a number of campuses in addition to its main campus located in south of the City of Fairfax, Virginia.
Schools and colleges under George Mason University include College of Education and Human Development, College of Health and Human Services, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, College of Science, College of Visual and Performing Arts, Krasnow Institute for Advanced Study and Volgenau School of Engineering.
The university holds a number of recognitions by the US News & World Report. It is recognized as the 4th most diverse university in the country by the Princeton Review.
George Mason offers innovative and interdisciplinary undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs in a wide array of concentrations. Students can enroll in Humanities, Social Sciences, Education, Health and Performing Arts programs. Information Technology, Engineering, Law, business and Management include some other areas of specializations offered at this institute.
The faculty of the university includes highly qualified and experienced staff. They excel in teaching and applied research. Also, the faculty at George Mason is responsive to the needs of students, helping them achieve their educational goals in the best possible manner.
George Mason University offers financial aid programs to students coming from diverse backgrounds so that all students can benefit from its educational programs. Students can avail financial aid awards in the form of grants, loans, and work-study programs. These awards are based on need or merit. Through these funds, students can get money for tuition as well as additional expenses such as study material, meals and traveling.
The University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees.