News at Mason
Graduate Admissions hosts town hall March 5
February 26, 2018
We're moving—to a new system for communicating with prospective and admitted graduate students.
Starting this fall, George Mason University’s Office of Graduate Admissions will begin using constituent relationship management software called TargetX.
You are invited to learn more about the project at a town hall meeting Monday, March 5, at 12:30 p.m. in Merten Hall, Room 1202.
The new system will help streamline how we recruit and admit students, especially during application review, and will give you powerful new tools to communicate with the students throughout the process.
Spring 2019 and fall 2019 applications will go live in the new system in August 2018. Until that time, we will continue to accept students with our current software program, called Radius.
The implementation leadership team will be present on March 5 to answer your questions or concerns about the move to TargetX.
In the meantime, please visit oga.gmu.edu/targetx to get real-time updates or to provide feedback.