Student Health Services' goal is to provide high quality health care, counseling, health education and prevention services to George Mason University students.
All enrolled students are eligible to receive health care.
There is no charge to be seen by one of our health care providers. There are nominal fees for lab work, medications, treatments, dressings, and supplies. Your health care is confidential and protected by HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act).
General Summer Hours
For detailed hours, information, and clinic closings, select your campus clinic.
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.
Fairfax Campus Clinic will be closed Friday, June 7.
Immunization and Insurance Offices will be closed Friday, June 14, 2013 for staff development.
Arlington and Prince William Campus Clinics will be closed for Summer Break.
Fall Clinic Hours will resume:
- August 26, 2013: Fairfax Campus Clinic
- August 19, 2013: Arlington Campus Clinic
- September 5, 2013: Prince William Campus Clinic
Congratulations to all Mason Graduates! SHS encourages you to review this health care information regarding your medical records, current prescriptions, insurance, and allergy or immunization needs.
SHS is offering free HPV vaccines to students who are under-insured or uninsured. Available while supplies last, call the Immunization Office (703-993-2135) to schedule an appointment.
*The vaccine is available for:
- Women through age 26
- Men through age 21
- Men age 22-26 who started but have not completed the series
- Men through age 26 who have sex with men
*As recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
Past Due Immunization Records
All late immunization records will be assessed a $25 late fee and a hold will be placed on your Patriot Web account.
If you have a hold and late fee, you must complete the immunizations and pay the $25 late fee to Student Health Services to have your hold removed. The hold will be released by the end of that business day, if after 4:30 pm, it will be processed the next business day.
Norovirus (stomach flu) is a very contagious virus and can spread quickly. The virus causes your stomach or intestines or both to get inflamed (acute gastroenteritis). Learn more about norovirus.
For non-emergency or general information, you may email email@example.com. The account will be reviewed every Friday. This email is not for medical questions, immunization questions, or appointment scheduling. Call SHS (703-993-2831) to have these questions answered. Please note that SHS can only respond to a Mason email address.
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SHS is offering free HPV vaccines to students who are under or uninsured. Click for details.
Student Health Services would like to invite you to participate in a survey for student health research! Complete the survey and you will be able to enter a raffle for some great prizes, including an iPad mini, four $50 Visa gift cards, and Mason Gear!
SHS does not provide medical excuses for missed classes or work.
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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.