Student Health Services’ mission is to provide high quality health care to George Mason University students.
From diagnosis and treatment of illness and injury, to women’s and men’s health, to immunizations and prescriptions, Student Health Services is available to all Mason students with clinics at Fairfax, Arlington and Prince William campuses.
There is no charge to be seen by one of our healthcare providers. There are nominal fees for lab work, medications, treatments, dressings, and supplies. We offer a wide variety of services to keep our Mason community healthy. Your health care is confidential and protected by HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act).
- Beginning August 25, 2014 there will be a $10.00 no-show fee assessed if a patient misses their appointment and/or does not cancel their appointment at least 4 hours prior to the appointment time.
- Beginning July 1, 2014 Student Health Services will no longer accept cash payments. Payments can still be made via check, Visa, MasterCard and Mason Money, as well as online.
- For more information about fees at SHS, visit our Fees page.
General Fall Hours
For detailed hours, information and clinic closings, please select your campus clinic. Please note that Student Health Services follows university closings. If the university is closed, student health clinics are also closed.
Free after-hours nurse advice line (703) 993-2831.
If Student Health Services is closed and you have a medical emergency, you may contact the free after-hours nurse, an emergency room, urgent care facility, or call 911.
Wednesday, November 26: Student Health Services will close at 11:30am.
Thursday, November 27-Saturday, November 29: Student Health Services will be closed.
What to Expect During Your SHS Visit
Our mission is to provide high quality health care, counseling, health education and prevention services to George Mason University students.
We strive to create a healthcare environment that is free from any discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or age.
Our efforts and initiatives support University Life core values.