- 359 THE World University Rankings 2013-2014
- 365 THE World University Rankings 2014-2015
|Living cost||USD 680 per month|
|Student population||Large (More than 10,000)|
About George Mason University
Mason has three campuses that is located in various part of Virginia. Mason also has an international campus located in Songdo, Korea. There is also a site in Loudoun County that is operated by Mason with partnership with the Smithsonian Institution.
Fairfax Campus is the main campus of Mason. It is located approx. 15 miles from Washington D.C. Fairfax Campus home Arts and the EagleBank Arena where various sporting and entertainment events take place. There are over 6,000 students in Fairfax campus and the amount is expected to grow to over 7,000 students with the new residential units.
Arlington campus was found in 1979 and is home of the School of Law, the School of Policy, Government and International Affairs and The School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution. Most of the programs offered in this campus are at the graduate and professional levels.
Science and Technology Campus in Prince William County
The Science and Technology Campus opened in 1997 and home students of bioinformatics, biotechnology, information technology and forensic biosciences educational and research programs. There are also undergraduate and graduate programs in exercise, fitness, health, geographic information systems, and facility management.
George Mason's housing area is better known as Townhouses with over 40 residence halls. A lot of suites and apartments are new or had been renovatd recently to make it much more comfortable and spacious for the students studying in George Mason. There are high-speed Internet access and free laundry facilities provided within each building.
In George Mason, round 75 percent of freshmen live on campus and most first-year students will live in the residence hall communities. Housing is guaranteed for all freshmen who submit their housing application to the college. George Mason University also offers Living Learning Communities (LLCs) for their students to be able to share room with like-minded person. There are 16 different communities for the students to choose from and you will need to attend at least one activity a month and enroll in and contribute to an LLC-related course.
Courses available 10Accounting & Finance 1 Applied, Pure Sciences 4 Computer Science, IT 2 Creative Arts & Design 2 Engineering 2 Humanities & Social Sciences 1
Be the first one!