Undergraduate Education

Undergraduate education at George Mason University focuses on providing experiential and integrative learning in all programs through research, field work, internships, and service learning.

Our Mission

Our mission is to inspire undergraduate students to become engaged citizens and well-rounded scholars who are prepared to act. We’re making an impact by offering our students transformative learning experiences through experiential and inquiry-based exploration. 

We provide academic leadership for the university community by: 

  • Supporting student academic success  
  • Creating transformational educational programs and initiatives  
  • Facilitating Mason Impact activities 
  • Providing education and support for learning outcomes assessment  
  • Building campus and community partnerships 

Mason's innovative undergraduate curriculum presents dynamic opportunities for students to directly engage in impactful scholarly activities as early as their first semester.  

The foundation of our approach to undergraduate core education is built on Mason's mandate to cultivate well-rounded, critical thinkers with a desire to learn and improve their communities throughout their lives. 

Who We Are

Undergraduate education services at Mason can be divided into four categories: student support, curriculum, experiential learning, and administration.

Student Support


Experiential Learning