Create Your Future at the Costello College of Business at George Mason University
Every field, industry, and organization—everywhere in the world—requires business majors to change, shape, influence, and lead.
We’re thrilled that you’re considering the undergraduate programs at the Costello College of Business at George Mason University. To gain admission to Costello College of Business undergraduate programs, you must first apply to Mason. The Costello College of Business does not issue decisions on undergraduate applications.
Have Questions? Need Help?
Contact a member of the office of Undergraduate Recruitment and Engagement:
Undergraduate Recruitment & Engagement Specialist
Pronouns: she/herJeanea Dunbar is the Undergraduate Recruitment & Engagement Specialist within the Costello College of Business at George Mason University.
Director, Undergraduate Recruitment and EngagementMaxwell Gocala-Nguyen is the director of undergraduate recruitment and engagement within the Costello College of Business at George Mason University.
Undergraduate Recruitment & Outreach Coordinator
Pronouns: he/himJay Pulley is the Undergraduate Recruitment and Outreach Coordinator within the Costello College of Business at George Mason University.
Review the Office of Admission’s application guides for more information on the documents you’ll need to apply and important dates and deadlines.
Review important application deadlines and admission requirements on the Office of Admission's freshman application guide.
Review important application deadlines and admission requirements on the Office of Admission's international student application guide.
Mason’s Office of Military Services is dedicated to assisting veterans, active-duty service members, guardsmen, reservists, and dependents in making a successful transition into the Mason community and university life.
If you have questions about veterans benefits or resources or would like to schedule an individual consultation, contact the Office of Military Services at (703) 993-1316 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Non-degree status enables visiting students from other institutions who have no degree objective or community members seeking personal enrichment to enroll in courses for which they are qualified without seeking formal admission to a degree program. Review important application deadlines and admission requirements on the Office of Admission's non-degree application guide.
Tuition and Financial Aid
Wondering how much your education will cost? Or how to pay for school? We have answers:
Tuition is set each year in May by George Mason University’s Board of Visitors. Find a detailed estimate of the cost of attendance to our university here. For the most up-to-date information on tuition and fees, visit Mason’s Student Accounts Office.
Many Mason students receive some kind of financial aid, such as grants, scholarships, work-study employment, or loans. Find information about financial aid and how to apply at Mason Financial Aid Services.
A variety of University and Costello College of Business scholarships are available, and you can conveniently apply using one application.