Opportunities (Scholarships, Courses, Job Search Engines, etc.)
Cash Course can help you make your money work for you and budget for all the things you need! You will be asked to enter your Mason email address and will be prompted to select George Mason University from a list of schools. Register as a new student here, once you have access to Cash Course, you can take tutorials, watch videos, use calculators and worksheets, and save your work to the Cash Course site.
Career Shift searches every career site and job board. Users can search by job title, company name, keywords or location. Relevant jobs can be saved and organized by users. Company name, keywords, or location.
On Campus Offices
The following is a list of University resources, which might be helpful to students who are encountering barriers to their academic success or personal growth.
Student Union Building I, suite 3400 • 703.993.2370
Career Services staff is committed to educating and preparing students for meaningful careers in a global society. It helps students explore their skills and interests, prepare them for job searching, and creates opportunities for students to connect with employers through HireMason job and internship database, spring/fall career fairs, on-campus interviews, and employer networking events.
Counseling and Psychological Services
Student Union Building I, room 3129 • 703.993.2380
CAPS provides individual and group counseling which helps students develop effective tools to use in overcoming obstacles to their academic progress and personal well-being. The Center also provides learning services in the form of study skill workshops and support for students with learning differences. Multicultural programs offered through CAPS provide support for students from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds.
Wellness, Alcohol, and Violence Education and Services
Student Union Building I, room 3200 • 703.993.9999
WAVES helps students develop and maintain healthy lifestyles through one-on-one support as well as through interactive programs and resources. Some of the topics they address are healthy relationships, stress management, nutrition, sexual assault, drug and alcohol use and sexual health.
Student Union Building I, room 4100 • 703.993.5376
Student Support serves as the central resource for assisting students who are encountering barriers to their academic success and personal growth. The office connects students with appropriate Mason and off-campus resources and implements action plans for students in need of intervention, including crisis intervention.
Mason students can search this database for off-campus housing options and for potential roommates.