Arlington Campus Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Does the Arlington Campus have a Financial Aid Office?
A: No. The Financial Aid Office is located on the Fairfax Campus in the new Sub I addition on the 1st Floor phone number is (703) 993-2353.
Q: Does the Arlington Campus have a Cash Office?
A: No. The Cash Office is located on the Fairfax Campus in Student Union I , Room 1501 and their phone number is (703) 993-2484.
Q: Is there a lost and found?
A: Yes. All lost and found items are given to the First floor information desk in Founders Hall. Some lost and found items may be handed over to Campus Police. Their office is located in the basement of the Law School Building, Hazel Hall.
Q: Where can I get something to eat or drink?
A: On the first floor of Founders Hall students have a choice between Einstein’s Bagels or more simple snacks and beverages at the campus bookstore. There are also vending machines on the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th floors of Founders Hall.
Q: Is there a shuttle from the Arlington Campus to the Fairfax Campus?
A: No, however if you take the orange line on the metro to the Vienna metro stop there is a Metro to Mason Shuttle that can take you to the Fairfax Campus with a valid student/faculty/staff id.
Q: Does the Arlington Campus have a Registrar’s office?
A: No. The Registrar is located on the Fairfax Campus in Student Union I, Room 2101 and their phone number is (703) 993-2441.
Q: Is there a print and copy services I can use?
A: Yes. Print & Copy Services is located in the Law School building, Hazel Hall, on the first floor of the Law School Library in room 134A.
Q: Where can I get a Mason ID?
A: On the 2nd floor of Founders Hall in room 218.
Q: Where can I park?
A: All parking on campus is preauthorized. Permits can be purchased that will allow access to either the George Mason University Foundation Building or the Founders Hall garage. For more information please contact Parking Services at (703) 993-8146, refer to the Parking Services website at www.parking.gmu.edu or visit their office in Founders Hall, room 219.
Q: What programs are offered here at the Arlington Campus?
A: Public Policy, Law, SCAR, MBA, Masters of Social Work, MPA, Initiatives in Educational Transformation (IET) and Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Science (ICES), and Arts Management.