Emergency Contacts and Services at Mason
|University Switchboard||703-993-1000||George Mason University (Home)|
|Fairfax Campus Information||703-993-1000||Fairfax Campus|
|Arlington Campus Information||703-993-8999||Arlington Campus|
|Science and Technology Campus Information||703-993-8350||Prince William Campus|
|Loudoun Campus||703-993-1000||Loudoun Campus|
|Environmental Health and Safety Office||703-993-8448||EHS|
Facilities, Construction, and Parking
|Facilities Customer Service||703-993-2525||Facilities Customer Service|
|Construction at Mason||703-993-2525||Construction|
|Parking and Transportation||703-993-2710||Parking and Transportation|
Student Health Services (SHS)
|Fairfax Campus SHS||703-993-2831||SHS|
|Arlington Campus SHS||703-993-4836||SHS|
|Science and Technology Campus SHS||703-993-8374||SHS|
|University Life||703-993-2884||University Life|
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and Wellness, Alcohol, and Violence Education and Services (WAVES)
|Emergency & Non-Emergency||703-993-2810||University Police|
|Victim / Witness Services||703-993-2810||Victim / Witness Services|
|Fairfax Campus (Police)||703-993-2810||Fairfax - University Police|
|Arlington Campus (Police)||703-993-8070||Arlington - University Police|
|Science and Technology Campus (Police)||703-993-8370||Science and Technology - University Police|
|Loudoun Campus (Police)||703-993-2810||Loudoun - University Police|
|Crime Solvers Program||703-993-4111||Crime Solvers|
|Escort Service||703-993-4357||Police Escort Service|
The following information is intended to serve as a preparatory resource for emergency situations. If you are currently experiencing an emergency situation or are in need of immediate assistance, please contact the University Police by dialing 911 from an on-campus phone or 703-993-2810 from an off-campus phone.
In case of emergency, we recommend that you program the off-campus number, 703-993-2810, into your cell phone so that it is readily available.
Emergency Preparedness App
Rave Guardian is a campus safety mobile application that enhances preparedness and safety on-campus using interactive features and allowing students to create a virtual network of friends, family and campus safety personnel. The application also includes anonymous, two-way crime reporting through text and picture messaging. The application is available to anyone with a university email address for free through the iTunes store and the Google Play store.
Emergency Preparedness Flipbooks
The Environmental Health and Safety Office (EHS) provides Emergency Procedures Guide flipbooks for, students, faculty, and staff. This pocket sized resource contains information on how to prepare for and respond to emergencies that may occur on campus to include: building evacuation, severe weather, shelter-in-place procedures, on-campus violence, regional emergencies, medical emergencies, and emergency contact numbers.
- Students: Flipbooks are available for pick up from University Information kiosks at Student Centers and information desks on the Fairfax and regional campuses.
- Employees: EHS will deliver Emergency Preparedness Guides to university offices upon request. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and provide your contact information and number of guides desired for your office.
Emergency Procedures Posters
Emergency Procedures posters have been updated to reflect current best practices and additional information. The Emergency Procedures Poster is available in two sizes; 8.5 x 13 or 15.5 x 24 inches. If would like to obtain posters for your work area please send a request to email@example.com with the number and size of posters desired.
The Environmental Health and Safety Office (EHS) has developed Emergency Preparedness Guides that provide information on how to prepare and respond to emergencies that may occur on campus to include: building evacuation, severe weather, shelter-in-place procedures, on-campus violence, earthquakes, regional emergencies, and medical emergencies.
Virginia Emergency Response Team
Virginia Emergency Response Team (VERT) is supported by the Adjunct Emergency Workforce (AEW), which is comprised of non-designated Commonwealth employees. As a member of AEW, you may be assigned to an emergency state shelter during a regional mass evacuation of Virginia citizens, performing a wide array of duties. Approval from your supervisor is required prior to attending mandatory training. For a participation request form and to learn more click here.