What if I have an appointment and the university is unexpectedly closed because of bad weather or a power outage? Is Student Health closed?
Student Health follows university closings. If George Mason University is closed, Student Health Services clinics and offices are closed as well for in-person appointments and services. If there is a power outage affecting a building where Student Health Services is located, we follow university guidance and may close during that time.
When possible, Student Health Services will be available by phone or for scheduled telehealth appointments during unexpected closures.
Some unexpected events, such as a wide-spread power outage, may impact our ability to provide phone or telehealth services. We will do our best to update our operating status on our website and contact patients regarding their telehealth appointment status.
Students who had appointments scheduled during an unexpected university closure can call to reschedule their appointment. Student Health Services will also try to contact you to reschedule your appointment.