Visit Mason and Visit Us
Imagine yourself here.
Then come to campus and see for yourself.
Visit Us During Our Undergraduate Open Houses
Open Houses and campus tours offer prospective undergraduates opportunities to meet fellow students and faculty, have your portfolio reviewed, participate in a Q&A and see the spaces where you'll be practicing, performing and perfecting your craft.
Contact Undergraduate Programs Directly for More Information
Accelerated Master's Showcase and Information Sessions
Accelerated Master's programs are a great way for students to save time and money on two degrees while at Mason. CVPA hosts an information session each semester to discuss Accelerated Master's program options and policies within our college. The university also hosts a showcase each year for all program options across campus.
For more information about the Acclerated Master's programs available through the College of Visual and Performing Arts, visit our information page.
Mason's Showcase of Graduate Studies
Each Fall, George Mason University hosts the Showcase of Graduate Studies, which highlights all Graduate and Professional programs across the university. This free event is open to all current students as well as anyone interested in pursuing graduate studies at Mason. Come meet with admissions staff and faculty to learn more about what opportunities are available to you at GMU.
Graduate Program Information Sessions
Some departments in the College of Visual and Performing Arts provide information sessions that allow you to visit campus and learn more about the admissions process, curriculum, and opportunities available in their programs. You may also have the chance to meet with faculty and current students, sit in on a class, or take in an event.
Current program-specific information session offerings:
- Coming soon
If you have specific questions about your program of interest, please feel free to reach out to them directly. Contact information for each program can be found at the bottom of the Grad Admissions FAQs page. Please note that programs cannot give you updates on your application. For assistance with your application, please contact the Office of Graduate Admissions.