Amanda Myers Purrier is an Undergraduate Academic Advisor for Criminology, Law and Society students with last names I through R. As an advisor, she provides guidance and consultation for matriculated students, generates degree audits, recommends and establishes degree plans, assists students with academic concerns and monitors student progress to ensure academic compliance.
Prior to joining CLS, Amanda worked for four years as an academic advisor and graduate coordinator at Mason for the School of Policy, Government, and International Affairs (previously the Department of Public and International Affairs). Amanda received her BA in Psychology from George Mason University and is currently working on her M.Ed. in Counseling and Development with a concentration in School Counseling. She also is the creator of the Gowns for Grads Lending Program at George Mason University which loans caps and gowns to first generation, low-income, and other studentsin need of graduation regalia.
"George Mason offers gowns to graduates in need." by Karin Kapsidelis. Richmond Times-Dispatch. May 7, 2016.
"Removing a Barrier to Pomp and Circumstance." by Marilyn Campbell. The Connections Newspapers. April 21, 2016.