Prepared by Rita Rowand, Global Relations Specialist, Office of Global and International Strategies
This designee may be the office manager or HR Liaison. The designee must attend an EPAF training class in order to get access to the EA process in Banner.
A G# will be generated.
Affiliate status with an ID allows the person to use the library including checking out up to 10 books for 3 weeks with one renewal.
Those scholars staying for short periods of time who are not obtaining a Mason ID may have their sponsoring department write a letter of request for library access to the Head of Access Services.
To apply for library services for a visiting international scholar, a department at George Mason University must submit a written request in the form of a letter to the University Librarian or his designee from the dean or chair. The following information should be included:
• Name of the scholar.
• Scholar’s local contact information (address, telephone number, and email address).
• Scholar’s non-Mason affiliation(s).
• Mason department that is sponsoring the scholar.
• Mason dean or chair who is submitting the request.
• Brief summary of the scholar’s probable research needs, including subject area(s) and possible material requirements, if available.
• The start and end dates for which the services are requested.
• A statement that the sponsoring Mason department understands and accepts financial responsibility for materials that the scholar may borrow from the University Libraries.
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STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES (SHS)
Payment is expected at the time of service. A walk-out statement is provided.
Center for Global Education – Provides a wide range of international study, research, service, and leadership opportunities. globaled.gmu.edu
Center for Global Studies – Promotes multidisciplinary research on globalization and international affairs. cgs.gmu.edu
Office of International Programs and Services – Advises and consults on matters affecting non-immigrant students, scholars, faculty and staff. oips.gmu.edu