Admission to George Mason University is selective. Decisions are made by committee review, with each applicant evaluated on individual merit. Whether you are applying as a freshman, transfer, graduate, or non-degree student will significantly change the requirements for your application to Mason.
Specific information on priority deadlines, application requirements, and submitting your application to the university are all provided in the links below.
- Freshman Admissions Deadlines and Requirements
- Transfer Admissions Deadlines and Requirements
- Graduate Admissions Deadlines and Requirements
For Non-Degree Students:
If you are applying as an undergraduate non-degree student, you must submit your application, application fee, and most-recent college transcript by the non-degree deadline. If you are applying as a graduate non-degree student, you must fully meet the graduate application requirements for the program in which you want to take courses. Non-degree deadlines can be found at https://www2.gmu.edu/admissions-aid/how-apply/non-degree
Once you have reviewed the deadlines and requirements, you can submit your application here.