This source is the George Mason University website explaining the qualifications for students to apply for scholarships at Mason. To apply and search for a scholarship, one must go on a different site linked on the page to do so. The site breaks up the qualifications into two parts, one being for returning undergraduate or admitted transfer students and the other for admitted graduated students. For undergraduate or admitted transfer students, students must have a Mason student ID, also known as their G number, have their Mason e-mail address, maintain a 2.5 or higher GPA, have at least six credits each semester to be able to apply for most scholarships, have their FAFSA completed to see their eligibility for need-based scholarships and be a student in an academic college or school at Mason.
These qualifications are the same for graduate students; however, graduate students must either be enrolled in the College of Health and Human Services, Education and Human Development, Humanities and Social Science, School of Business or Schar School of Policy and Government. This site is a useful tool for background information on what students can apply for scholarships at George Mason.