Counseling & Psychological Services on GMU Campuses
With a wide variety of services, CAPS provides personalized and group counseling for any students or staff in need of counseling or psychological support. In addition to counseling, CAPS offers workshops and learning services available to students who need help keeping up their coursework.
Call today to schedule a confidential appointemt.
Location: Sub 1 Rm. 3129
Monday - Friday:
12:30 pm and 2:30 pm
Hours by Appointment:
Monday, Thursday & Friday:
Tuesday & Wednesday:
GMU Student Support & Advocacy Center
SSAC offers programs and services that help students deal with a whole host of health-related issues at Mason, including Sexual Assault reporting and counseling, smoking cessation, drug and alcohol addiction counseling, sexual health, nutrition, stress management, financial difficulties, and more.
Title IX Reporting
As a student, faculty member, or staff member, you have the right to report any experience of sexual misconduct.
You can report at any time, no matter how much times has passed.
You and your witnesses cannot be disciplined for disclosing the illegal consumption of drugs or alcohol in the context of the report.
We encourage you to visit GMU'S Title IX site to learn more.
Emergency Medical Information
"If you do choose to go to a hospital as a result of a sexual assault, you are entitled to a free evidence collection examination performed by a sexual assault Nurse Examiner (“SANE Nurse”). In Northern Virginia the preferred hospital for such an exam is INOVA Fairfax, where they have specially trained nurses on-call 24 hours a day for such purposes, no matter where in Northern Virginia the crime occurred."
Local & National Survivor Resources
If you or someone you know is in need of assistance, please use these resources.
Crisis Text Line: Text 741-741
George Mason University 24 hour Sexual Assault and Intimate Partner Violence Hotline: 703-380-1434
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
Veterans Crisis Line: 800-273-8255, Press 1
Office for Women and Domestic and Sexual Violence Services
The Office for Women and Domestic and Sexual Violence Services (OWDSVS) provides comprehensive, state-accredited programs for women, men, teens, and children who have been affected by domestic and sexual violence and stalking. The office promotes safety, responsibility, awareness, and equality by offering a 24-hour hotline, free counseling, group sessions, and referrals.
Location: 12000 Government Center Parkway, Suite 339
Fairfax, VA 22035
Phone: (703) 324-5730
TTY: (703) 324-5706
24-hour Hotline/Helpline: (703) 360-7273 and TTY (703) 435-1235
Fairfax County Domestic Violence Action Center
The Fairfax County Domestic Violence Action Center (DVAC) offers services to victims of domestic violence or stalking and their families who reside in Fairfax County or were assaulted and/or stalked in the county. Referrals for offender services are also available through the intake telephone number only (no offender walk-ins).
Location: 4000 Chain Bridge Road, Suite 2702
Fairfax, VA 22035
Phone (Information and Intake): 703-246-4573