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George Mason is a public graduate school in Virginia. It has a large graduate student body with an enrollment of 10,974 graduate students. Of the 86 graduate programs offered at George Mason University, 14 are offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at George Mason University are Teaching, Special Education and Teaching, and Business. 60% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
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Fairfax, VA 22030
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Graduate Students

Total Graduate Students
10,974
Part-Time Grad Students
6,547
Research Assistants
587
Teaching Assistants
713
Racial Diversity
  • White
    55%
  • International (Non-Citizen)
    12.1%
  • African American
    9.2%
  • Asian
    8.3%
  • Hispanic
    7%
  • Unknown
    5.8%
  • Multiracial
    2.2%
  • Native American
    0.2%
  • Pacific Islander
    0.2%
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I love the professors in the Advanced Studies of Teaching and Learning program as they are committed to meeting learners where they are. Of course there are project and writing expectations to follow but in terms of design of a project or being open to individual suggestions-they are the best! This is adult learning after all.
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Affordable compared to other 4-year universities in Virginia. I wish there were more housing options on and near campus that were reasonably priced. As a graduate student, the most affordable option was to commute from my parent's home an hour away from campus.
George Mason is a large school with sometimes larger classes, and I know that can be a deterrent for many people. My advice would be to put yourself out there and get to know someone in your class, or make connections with your professors. These bonds can be valuable throughout your college career as you look towards the next step.