George Mason University is known for meeting students where they are. That includes our flagship Fairfax Campus, where the new Horizon Hall defines the center of academic life.
Five miles from Washington, D.C., the Arlington Campus houses our programs in law, government and policy, conflict resolution, arts management and business, with a new digital innovation headquarters coming in 2025.
The Science and Technology Campus in Prince William, Virginia, includes research and programs in the life sciences, and provides direct access to advanced technology companies and agencies.
Our Loudoun County location offers coursework in education, information technology and business.
Students at the Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation, housed at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute in Front Royal, Virginia, learn proactive approaches to conservation biology and work with endangered species alongside Smithsonian scientists.
The Potomac Science Center on the waterfront in Belmont Bay focuses on environmental research along the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
And at Mason Korea, in Songdo, South Korea, faculty from around the world create a truly global experience.