The Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, & Questioning (LGBTQ) Resources is part of University Life’s Multicultural Education and Research Coalition at George Mason University. Starting in 2002, the Office of LGBTQ Resources has worked for and with the LGBTQ and ally community on George Mason’s campus to create an environment that is welcoming and conducive to learning. If you are interested in dropping by the office SUB 1 Room 2200, or are interested in speaking with someone directly you can contact Lulu Geza email@example.com
Student Health Services offers pregnancy testing and counseling and all of their health care providers are capable of providing this service. Their website has information about unplanned pregnancy, options, resources and services available in the community. SHS also has Women’s Health Clinic every Tuesday and Wednesday for well women exam., pap test, STI screening .
Looking for a job in the field of Women and Gender Studies, Sexuality, Social Justice, Advocacy, etc? Please visit career services and ask to speak with Elena Chiru. Career Services is located in SUB 1 Room 3400
CAPS provide wide range of free services to students, faculty, and staff. Services are provided by a staff of professional clinical psychologists, social workers, counselors, learning specialists, and psychiatric providers. Our individual and group counseling, workshops, and community education programs are designed to enhance students’ personal experience and academic performance. Click the link to their website to learn more about their services.
SSAC believes that students are most successful when they are healthy and happy and we strive to help students find that balance for themselves. SSAC staff offer students one-on-one support, interactive programming and on and off campus resources. Some of the topic areas we address are healthy relationships, stress management, nutrition, sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, stalking, drug and alcohol use and sexual health.
As part of George Mason University’s continuing commitment to upholding the letter and spirit of the laws that ensure equal treatment of people with disabilities, the university established and maintains Disability Services. Under the administration of University Life, the center implements and coordinates reasonable accommodations and disability-related services that afford equal access to university programs and activities. Disability Services is available to serve all students with disabilities, including those with cognitive, learning, psychological, sustained head injuries, sensory, mobility, and other physical impairments.
The African and African American Studies program offers students a unique opportunity to better understand the experiences of people of African descent throughout the African Diaspora—from the African continent to the Americas, the Caribbean, and Europe. The program offers a minor and access to the resources of the Paul Robeson Room. These connect them to a research-minded group of faculty that is using technology to reflect on history, build community outreach programs, and channel its students to jobs, internships, and other study programs.