Honors College admission offers for students admitted through the November 1 priority deadline have been mailed. However, we understand that there seems to be a significant delay with the arrival of these letters due to bad weather across the country. Admitted students also received an emailed invitation to an Honors event on Monday evening, January 27th, so please check the email you used on your application. If you received this email, but have not received your letter, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, G# and mailing address so that we can have another letter mailed. If you applied by the November 1 deadline and have a question about your status, please email email@example.com with your full name and G#. 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. Thank you for your patience as we continue to review a very impressive pool of applicants.
Gabrielle Hanley and Rachel Rockrohr are the first peer advisors on the new Mason campus in Songdo, Korea. Read more about it here.
Provost Peter Stearns honored scholar athletes at the Annual Scholars Athlete Awards on February 14th. Congratulations to all of the Honors College students who were celebrated at the event!
Jeffrey Wood is a junior majoring in Global Affairs and Chinese at Mason. This year, he received both the prestigious Boren Scholarship and the Gilman Scholarship to study in Harbin, China for the academic year. As a Boren Scholar, Jeffrey will be placed in a federal position related to national security for one year […]
Honors College students have the opportunity to apply for a Clinical Research Internship, and get credit for it! Students have been able to work on hands-on research at Inova Fairfax Hospital, the National Institutes of Health and the Uniformed Service University. Check out this article for further details on the Honors College student’s research experience […]