Admissions decisions are determined by George Mason's Office of Admissions. The College of Health and Human Services is unable to issue decisions on University admissions. Contact the George Mason Office of Admissions for information on admissions guidelines and requirements.
University Deferment Policy
Applicants who did not receive an admission decision for the original term they applied will be reviewed for a decision for the next semester. Applicants who were admitted but chose not to attend the semester they were admitted will be considered again for admission to the next term. In both instances, admission is subject to university enrollment limits. Applicants who decide to remain at their previous institution will be required to submit in progress grades before their deferred application is reviewed for a decision.
Once a student applies for deferment, it is the student's responsibility to drop all registered courses by the deadline date listed in the Schedule of Classes. Failure to do so may result in full or partial tuition liability. All classes in which a student is enrolled past the drop deadline will remain part of the official academic record, which includes tuition liability and receiving a grade "F."