Housing and Residence Life

Welcome to Life at Mason Korea

We wholeheartedly welcome you to George Mason University Korea! Whether you start in the summer, fall, or spring, you'll need to live in a residence hall for each semester of your first year. Transfer students have the option of living on campus or off campus. This page provides information necessary for you to better prepare yourself for your on-campus residence experience at George Mason University, Korea campus. Please read carefully for more information. 

1. New Residents

[UPDATE]

For first-time residents: You will be receiving further instructions in your MasonLive email by Friday July 26, 2019 regarding on-campus housing application process and procedure.

If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Student Affairs at +82-32-626-5050 or by email at mkreslif@gmu.edu.

2. Students Returning from Leave of Absence and/or Military Leave

For returning students from Leave of Absence or Military Leave, please follow the instructions for 'New Residents.'

3. Apply for On-Campus Housing & Payment

Room Options & Cost 

Fall 2019

 

18 Weeks
(Aug 12-Dec 20, 2019)

- Students accepted before August 12, 2019

17 Weeks
(Aug 16-Dec 20, 2019)

- Students accepted between August 12 and August 18, 2019
- International Student 

16 Weeks 
(Aug 22-Dec 20, 2019)

- Students accepted after August 18, 2019

Housing A (Double Room) KRW 1,069,000  KRW 1,009,000 KRW 950,000
Housing B (Single Room) KRW 1,688,000 KRW 1,594,000 KRW 1,500,000

Required Documents

- TB Test Submission issued after June 1, 2019

If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Student Affairs at +82-32-626-5050 or by email at mkreslif@gmu.edu.

4. Housing Amenities & Packing Information

Housing Amenities 

 

Packing Information 

Classification Type Notes
Basic Furnishings Desk, chair, wardrobe, bed (mattress), stand Provided
Personal Belongings Personal computer, toiletries, LAN cable, wifi router, other living goods (e.g. toilet paper, hanger, bathroom shoes, waste bin), bedding (e.g. pillow, pad, bedclothes), mini refrigerator, etc. Unprovided

Mini refrigerators should follow the conditions listed below. 
46 liter max. capacity / Power Saver Level 1 Required
You need to get approved by IGC Housing office if you want to bring in to your room. Please bring to Housing A117 when you check-in.


Please see a Good Example

Restricted Items

Classification Type
Electric heating appliances Electric pad, electric heater, iron, electric stove, etc.
Home appliances cooker, hot plate, electric pot, coffee maker, etc.
Dangerous materials Gas burner, knife (for non-learning uses), lethal weapons, inflammables

A curling iron should have a power cutoff feature

5. Contact Information

Office of Student Affairs
George Mason University Korea 
Hours: Monday - Friday (09:00 - 18:00) 
Phone: 032-626-5050
Email: mkreslif@gmu.edu

Apply Now!

or visit other offices to learn more.