Mason Alert: University closed Monday, January 14th, due to inclement weather

Posted: January 13, 2019 at 8:20 pm

On Monday, January 14th, classes are cancelled and administrative offices are closed across all campuses of George Mason University due to inclement weather.

The university will provide updates, if necessary, on the university’s operating status via Mason Alert. Please visit, call 703-993-1000, and read Mason Alerts for the latest information.

University Events: University events may be postponed or cancelled. Please check with the event coordinator, event website, or University Events Management at for more information. Allow additional travel time to and from campus and plan activities accordingly.

For operating hours of university services, please see the links and information below:

Mason Recreation:

Dining Services:

Employees: for information related to faculty and staff accounting for your time during delayed openings or early closings, please refer to the Inclement Weather Guide at: and inclement weather.php

Mason Shuttles: shuttle service is suspended Monday, January 14th.

Parking and Transportation: students and employees may park in DECK parking deck for the duration of the storm. Parking deck fees and pass requirements are temporarily suspended. Employees and students should return their vehicles to the appropriate parking areas by 12 p.m. Tuesday, January 15th

Eagle Bank Arena (, Center for the Arts (, and Hylton Performing Arts Center ( Events hosted at these facilities may be postponed or cancelled. Please visit the appropriate website for more information.

Science and Technology Campus Freedom Aquatic and Fitness Center:  visit to confirm operating hours.

Public Transportation: visit the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority website public transportation options and operating status.

Student Centers (Johnson Center, SUB I, and the Hub) will not be open January 14th.  See for more information.

University Libraries: Visit for operating hours and online library resources.