George Mason UniversitySchool of Business

Schedule an Academic Advising Appointment

School of Business Academic Advisors can often answer your questions during a 15-minute walk-in meeting. If a longer time frame is needed, we do offer appointments as an additional option. Appointments are for Mason students only and are restricted to one 30-minute meeting per day to allow other students a chance to schedule within the allotted availability.

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*Note: During peak advising weeks, only limited Skype appointments will be available through Navigate. Students seeking assistance for issues such as general course scheduling should attend walk-in hours.

If you need an appointment during peak, please call the office to confirm a time for one of the limited appointments.

To schedule a 30-minute in-person advising appointment (for current Mason students only):

  • Access GMU Navigate.
  • Enter your Mason NetID and password. Select login.
  • Submit and confirm your password sharing preference before clicking on "Accept."
  • Select the "Get Assistance" button in the top right corner and follow the steps to schedule your appointment.

If you encounter difficulties accessing any of the resources offered through this office, please contact the Office of Student Success and Academic Services at masonbus@gmu.edu or by calling 703-993-1880. For more information about Mason's commitment to accessibility, please visit Accessibility@Mason.

For questions, configuration concerns, and feedback on your user experience, please contact SSCHelp@gmu.edu.

To schedule a 30-minute Skype appointment (for current Mason students only):

Prospective Students:

Prospective freshmen and transfer students are encouraged to find out more information about the School of Business by contacting businfo@gmu.edu

If you are a prospective transfer student wondering how your credits will transfer to Mason, you may review the Transfer Credit Matrix. The Office of Transfer Services also offers a wide range of resources for transfer students.