If you applied to the Honors College by the November 1 priority deadline, please note that admission letters will be sent separate from your early action letter. We expect that all November 1 applicants will receive a mailed letter between January 10th – January 31st. If you applied after the November 1 deadline, admission letters will continue to roll through February and March, on a space-available basis. *Please note: only students admitted to the Honors College will receive a mailed letter. If you have questions about the status of your application after January 31st, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name and birthdate or G#. Thank you for your patience as we continue to review a very impressive pool of applicants.
Congratulations to the Honors College class of 2017! The Research Exhibition of all of the HNRS 110: Research Methods student projects was a great success.
George Mason University Honors College senior Stephanie Skees has been named a 2014 Marshall Scholarship Finalist. A social work major with a minor in Conflict Analysis and Resolution, Ms. Skees will interview for one of the nation’s most prestigious undergraduate scholarships at the British Embassy on November 16. The Marshall Scholarship was established by the […]
Honors College Students Eric Cawi, Katy Dalenberg, Sam Gelman, Stephanie Skees, and Maggie Westwater were invited to present their research at the MARCUS Undergraduate Research Conference at Sweet Briar College on October 12. Several of the students were working with grants from the Office of Student Scholarship, Creative Activities, and Research. For more information on […]
Check out the article on Mason News about Honors College freshman Desmond Moffitt here. Moffitt is coming to Mason from Chesapeake, Virginia and is a recipient of the Gates Millennium Scholarship.