Help available when you need it
Appointments with your academic advisor will begin during your first few days on campus and continue to build a solid groundwork for a successful, supported academic career. Your advisor will not only help you to transition into the Honors College, they will be a go-to resource when it comes to navigating important decisions about your studies. Their advice represents an extra boost to your advancement beyond traditional advising available through your major, so make sure to touch base with them at least once a semester.
Advising is important to your success
Honors College Advisors are available to help you succeed in the Honors College and in your Major. You are encouraged to meet your Honors College Advisor once a semesters until you have completed the Honors College Curriculum. You should make appointments with advisors on the basis of your major.
Step 1: Find the Honors College advisor for your discipline
Instructions: The sections with names below expand to display majors at Mason.
Dean Burr's assistant, Marilyn Clark, will contact her advisees via email to set-up advising appointments.
Undecided students planning on pursuing a BA
Cyber Security Engineering
Information TechnologyApplied Computer Science
Civil and Infrastructure Engineering
Art and Visual Technology
Computer Game Design
Film and Video Studies
Government and International Politics
Integrative Studies (BA only)
Community Health (Clinical Science concentration)
Integrative Studies (BS only)
Medical Laboratory Science
Undecided students planning on pursuing a BS