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2018 Scholarships Coming Soon!

2018 Scholarships Coming Soon!

Qualified students can apply to three different scholarships offered by the School of Integrative Studies. The application deadline will be October 15, 2018. Click here to learn more!

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Foreign Language Placement Testing

Foreign Language Placement Testing

The Department of Modern and Classical Languages offers language placement tests in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Persian, Russian, and Spanish. The department administers these tests to determine placement into the most appropriate course. Students who have prior experience with a foreign language in their high school and plan to register for courses in that language at George Mason should take the test before registering. Students transferring foreign language courses from other higher education institutions may not need to take the placement test.

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Fall for the Book announces 20th anniversary headliners

Fall for the Book announces 20th anniversary headliners

A star-studded lineup of poets, historians and novelists includes (left to right) Tayari Jones, Congressman John Lewis, Elizabeth Strout, Elizabeth Kostova and Angie Thomas. The four-day event is at Mason and locations around Northern Virginia. Learn more about the festival, including a new book prize.

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See what courses are being offered by the School of Integrative Studies this fall!

See what courses are being offered by the School of Integrative Studies this fall!

The School of Integrative Studies (SIS) curriculum allows students to integrate research, theory and practice across numerous disciplines and experiences. Students access all the resources offered at Mason and draw the critical connections they will need among the topics they study, the experiences they have, the personal reflections they create and the careers they pursue. Integrative studies encourages students to identify today’s complex problems and pursue opportunities inside and outside the classroom, synthesizing theory and practice.

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BIS and Mason in the news

BIS and Mason in the news

Among those graduating from NOVA May 12 were husband-and-wife duo James and Elizabeth Williams, who returned to school at ages 31 and 26, respectively, and plan to continue their education at Mason. James will be starting his BIS program this summer.

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BIS May '18 Capstone Presentations

BIS May '18 Capstone Presentations

Students from the Bachelor of Individualized Study program at Mason who have completed their capstone research project are presenting their findings to the University Community, friends, and family. Presentations will be held May 10, 2018 in the 3rd floor meeting rooms of the Johnson Center starting at 4:30.

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