Congratulations to all our Graduates! Students and alumni,
if you haven’t done so already please connect with us on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.
For undergrads who have failed a course twice and need to repeat the third time, please make sure to sign up for the third attempt in Fall 2018 to avoid being terminated from the school.
For more information please see here under Termination of Major and make an appointment with Mrs. Borke:
registered for your courses yet? Please do it NOW!
Withdrawals are changing for Fall 2018:
Starting this fall 2018 the registrar’s office is shortening the course drop period significantly to September 9th and implementing a regular
from 9/10 – 9/30. The regular withdrawal can be repeated as often as necessary, but will show as a W in your transcript.
Selective Withdrawal period will start from 10/1 – 10/26,
Selective Withdrawal may only be taken 3 times until graduation.
BIOL 213 changes: For students who need BIOL 213 in fall please sign up for the BIOL 213-007 class with Dr. Hoemann. This
class is different from the regular BIOL 213 classes and will be mandatory for our BENG students starting this fall 2018.
MATH 203 section:
Students who need MATH 203 in Fall 2018 need to sign up for MATH 203-007. Registration for this section won’t be open until mid-April. Mid-April the recitation will be added for Fridays from 9:30 am – 10:20 am. Please email
me for an override. This section is mandatory for Bioengineering students.
CHEM 251 (4 credits) is NOW CHEM 271(3 credits) and its lab CHEM 272 (1 credit)
Career Launch: Prepare for the Fair| Thursday, May 24|12pm-3pm| SUB 1 rm 3400
Career Launch: Come Prepare for the Fair in Three Easy Steps!
- Prepare Your Documents
Learn to write a targeted resume and cover letter for your job or internship!
1 p.m. - Connect with Employers
You only have one chance to make a good first impression; develop a personal pitch and conduct research for better connections
- Get Ready to Interview
Use the STAR technique to enhance your job and internship interviews.
Just In time Fair| Thursday, May 24|3pm-6pm| Dewberry Hall
The Just in Time Hiring Fair connects students, alumni and employers with any positions that may have been added, changed, or remain available from the spring recruiting season. Employers
attending this fair will have immediate job openings that they are looking to fill.
Just in Time Event Details
HireMason is the Mason's exclusive internship and job database. Employers that post in HireMason are interested in recruiting Mason students and alumni. HireMason also features on-campus
jobs and research positions. Update your profile regularly, set up search alerts, and regularly check for opportunities regionally and nationally.
Fulbright US Student Program competition| Deadline: Wednesday, July 1
Grants are available for students to conduct independent research or serve as an English Teaching Assistant abroad for up to one year. U.S. citizenship is required. Interested candidates
and those who wish to learn more are invited to attend an information session.
A full schedule of upcoming sessions is attached. This year for the first time, Fulbright information sessions will be offered in the form of live webinars in addition to in-person sessions held on campus.
Prospective applicants must: (1) attend an information session and (2) thoroughly review the Fulbright U.S. Student Program website us.fulbrightonline.org prior to booking an appointment
to discuss their candidacy with the Director of Graduate Fellowships. In order to receive university endorsement of their application, Mason-affiliated applicants must register their application and meet with Dr. Agoston by July 1, 2018, and subsequently meet
a campus deadline of September 15, 2018, at 11:59pm.