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George Mason University

Who We Serve

The Office of Military Services will be there for you from the day you first reach out to us for information to the day you obtain your degree.

Mason President Ángel Cabrera at podium in front of Mason Seal

Mason President Ángel Cabrera speaks at a Veterans Day luncheon on the Fairfax Campus. Cabrera became the sixth president of George Mason University in July 2012.

Take classes while serving, or head to campus after you've completed your military career.

If you have your degree and/or established a career, send your spouse or children to Mason. We're here to help:

  • Active-duty service members
    • Army
    • Navy
    • Air Force
    • Marines
    • Coast Guard
  • Veterans
  • National Guard
  • Reservists
  • Dependents

Although any office at Mason will provide you with assistance, we have expertise in how the military community can make the most of our resources. You'll get the most efficient results if you use us as your first point of contact for:

Advising on Benefits

Career Resources

GI Bill

Psychological Counseling

Tuition Assistance

Student Advocacy

Tutoring Assistance

Veteran Orientation

Survivor Benefits

Disability Services

Verification of Enrollment

Military Alliance Program (MAP)

Academic Advising

Study Abroad

 


Veterans Contribute Uniforms to Peace Paper Project 

Mason Veteran Students work with pieces of old uniform

Mason honors your service in a variety of ways. To mark Veterans Day one year, the Office of Military Services collaborated with the Printmakers Guild and the Peace Paper Project to invite citizen soldiers to tell their stories by transforming their unserviceable uniforms into paper.

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