Dear Incoming Honors Student,
Welcome to George Mason’s Honors College. I am writing to give you some important information about registration and advising for fall classes, as well as about our Freshman Orientation.
Honors College students taking the Honors curriculum are eligible for Priority Registration, which means that you are able to register for your fall classes before other freshmen and before your Freshman Orientation. To register before your orientation, however, we need you to select your classes and set your schedule as soon as possible. Priority registration is given to Honors students who are taking the Honors Curriculum and have their schedule approved by an Honors College advisor. Priority registration is from June 3rd until 19th.
Online advising and registration instructions can be found on our new website at honorscollege.gmu.edu. Once you are on the website, click the Honors Curriculum on the top bar and select the Registration and Advising sheets link. Please keep in mind that the information on the website has just been updated for your incoming class. I would recommend that you carefully read through the new site. If you have any questions that are not answered by the online advising process please feel free to contact us at 703.993.1110 or at email@example.com. We would also be happy to meet with you in person if you are able to come to campus for advising.
On behalf of the entire Honors College Office we look forward to seeing you at Orientation!
Director of Academic Affairs
George Mason University
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