Auditing a Course At George Mason Virginia residents that are 60 years of age or older areentitled to enroll to audit (no academic credit received) up tothree academic credit courses per semester and pay no tuitionor fees, except fees established for the purpose of paying forcourse materials or laboratory fees. Eligible seniors must be legally domiciled in VA for oneyear. Mason does not impose any income level restrictions toaudit a course for free.
How to Apply1.Fill out an admissions application to George Mason found on the Admissionswebsite: http://admissions.gmu.edu/ or (703)-993-2400.2.Apply as a “non-degree” student and indicate your level of study –undergraduate or graduate (if you already have a degree).3.Your application will considered like that of any other Mason student. Inother words, you will be accepted or denied admission based on Mason’sacademic admissions standards.4.Be prepared to provide high school and, as appropriate, college transcripts.Best to have them in electronic form to expedite the process.5.Mason will waive the application fee.** ACT EARLY **This process may take several weeks,especially if you need to request transcripts.1
For a general idea of George Mason’s Admission Standards,below is a blurb by Allen Grove, College Admissions Expert,from the website “About.Com”Discussion of George Mason's Admissions Standards:Over a third of applicants to George Mason University don't get in.Successful applicants will need strong grades and, in many cases, solidstandardized test scores. George Mason has test-optional admissions forstudents with a GPA of 3.5 or higher and a class rank in the top 20%.Youcan see a pretty clear division at a 3.0 GPA - very few students with alower average were admitted. On the test front, most George Masonstudents scored 1500 or higher on the SAT or 21 or higher on the ACT.Higher test scores and grades obviously improve your chances of gettingan acceptance letter, and almost no students with "A" averages and decentSAT scores were rejected.2
Once Admitted1.Once admitted, you can register for courses via the Patriot Web:https://patriotweb.gmu.edu/2.Fill out the Senior Citizen Tuition Waiver Form df) and submit it to Office of the Registrar. You onlyneed to submit this form once if you audit courses over multiple semesters. Makesure to contact the Registrar’s office each subsequent term you audit classes toremind them that you are a senior and auditing the class/es.3.Once registered, request a billing statement from the Student Accounts Office:http://studentaccounts.gmu.edu/ or 703-993-2484.4.Bring your billing statement to a Parking Services Office: firstname.lastname@example.org or703-993-2710. They will provide you with a free parking pass.Admitted Seniors must adhere to all registration policies andmust add and drop courses by the deadlines listed in the Academic Calendar(https://registrar.gmu.edu/calendars/)3
For More Information orQuestionsGeorge Mason Office of the Registrar(703) 993-2441https://registrar.gmu.edu/George Mason Admissions Office703-993-2400http://admissions.gmu.edu/4
For a general idea of George Mason’s Admission Standards, below is a blurb by Allen Grove, College Admissions Expert, from the website “About.Com” Discussion of George Mason's Admissions Standards: Over a third of applicants to George Mason University don't get in. Successful app
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