Students

The CHHS Office of Student Affairs works with all CHHS academic departments and university student support services to ensure a positive experience for our students throughout their academic careers.

Hours and Location

Location: Suite 1000, Peterson Family Health Sciences Hall

Hours: Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Current Mason students may schedule advising appointments using NavigateMason, calling 703-993-1901 or emailing chhs@gmu.edu. In-person walk-in hours are temporarily suspended. 

Prospective students (non-Mason students who are planning to apply to the university) may send questions to chhs@gmu.edu. You may include unofficial copies of your transcripts in the email.

If you are interested in admission to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program, visit our Information Events page for upcoming BSN Information Sessions. You can also send questions to bsnapps@gmu.edu.  

You can also attend Online Hours for Prospective Students every Wednesday via Zoom from 9:00-12:00 p.m. to speak with an admissions representative about any of the programs in the College of Health and Human Services. On the day of the event, click the link above to join the session. 

How We Can Help

We are involved with students from recruitment, orientation, and academic advising, through degree-conferral. The Office of Student Affairs also includes the CHHS Office of Admissions, which offers information sessions to prospective students, processes applications to graduate programs and the BSN nursing program, and answers questions from prospective students. 

Academic advisors in the Office of Student Affairs support students in their transition to Mason; connect them to campus resources and involvement opportunities; teach students to engage in a process of self-reflection, guiding them to find degree pathways that match their interests, skills, and abilities; help students function successfully within the university; and assist students in developing and pursuing academic and professional goals.