Author Archive

Mary Byerley

Mary Byerley serves in the Office of Student Success and Academic Services for the School of Business at George Mason University.

Selective Withdrawal Period Ends October 27

The Fall 2021 Selective Withdrawal period for full semester courses ends October 27.  Undergraduate students enrolled in degree programs are eligible to withdraw from a limited number of classes without Dean’s approval and at the student’s own discretion. Students may process a maximum of three such selective withdrawals during their entire undergraduate career at Mason. […]

Continue Reading

Mid Term Grades Available in Patriot Web

Midterm grades for 100-200 level courses are currently available for review in Patriot Web. You will not receive a printed report, nor will the midterm evaluation appear on your transcript, but you will receive an email from the Academic Advising office if you have an unsatisfactory midterm grade. Follow the instructions below to view your […]

Continue Reading

Business for a Better World Speaker Series with Joshua Specht Author of Red Meat Republic – October 27

How Beef Changed America, A Conversation with Joshua Specht, Assistant Professor at the University of Notre Dame On Oct. 27, historian Joshua Specht, an Assistant Professor in the Department of History at the University of Notre Dame, will be speaking on the GMU campus.  He is an engaging speaker, and his book, Red Meat Republic: A […]

Continue Reading

Spring 2022 Course Registration starts in November – Meet Virtually with an Advisor Today!

Spring 2022 registration is coming! Spring 2022 courses are now available to view in Patriot Web, so get a head start in planning by looking at courses today! Make a virtual appointment early to meet with your academic advisor or attend virtual drop-in advising to help get your next semester started off right: Virtual […]

Continue Reading

FNAN 454: Real Estate Development Course Available for Spring 2022!

FNAN 454: Real Estate Development Course will be available for Spring 2022 – check it out if you are interested in the Real Estate Development Minor! FNAN 454: Real Estate Development examines commercial real estate development process and principles plus actual residential, office, retail, and industrial projects. Includes financial analytical techniques to investigate project feasibility, […]

Continue Reading

George Mason Real Estate Webinar: A Development History of Northern Virginia – October 28

RISE OF A REGION: A Development History of Northern Virginia  Register for this free webinar HERE. How did the built environment of Northern Virginia develop into the places we live, work and entertain in today? What lessons from the past can we learn as we work to develop the region’s future? If you are a real […]

Continue Reading

Spring 2022 Schedule of Classes Available to View on Patriot Web

The spring 2022 class schedule is now available as “view-only” on Patriot Web. With spring registration right around the corner, we want to encourage you to meet with your advisor to review your current semester progress and courses for your upcoming semester. You are able to virtually meet with an advisor through: Virtual Appointments: One-on-one appointments […]

Continue Reading

Spring 2022 Registration Dates Available to View

Spring 2022 registration dates are now available to view on the Spring 2022 Academic Calendar. Come see your advisor early to avoid the last minute rush. Virtual drop ins and appointments available: Registration priority dates for Spring 2022 Priority Dates Class Code Nov. 3 Graduate Students Nov. 5 Seniors Only (90+ hours earned) Nov. […]

Continue Reading

Fall Classes / Important Dates and Deadlines

For a complete list of important dates and deadlines for fall 2021, view the Fall 2021 Academic Calendar. Description Full Semester Selective Withdrawal Period – Undergraduate Students Only (100% Tuition Liability) Tue. Sept 28 – Wed. Oct 27 Fall Break (Classes Do Not Meet) Mon. Oct 11 Monday Classes/Labs Meet(Tuesday Classes Do Not Meet This Week) Tue. Oct 12 Mid-term […]

Continue Reading