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Lost and Found

The goal of our lost and found services is to ensure that owners receive the item submitted to Mason Police via the Information Desks as quickly as possible. The Information Desks accepts items found in the common areas (classrooms, event spaces, bathrooms, etc.) of Mason’s buildings and then submits them directly to Mason Police. Two times a day, all unclaimed items will be delivered to Mason Police. All high risk items will be delivered to Mason Police daily. Contact Mason Police at 703-993-2810 for Lost and Found items.

All items are recorded in the Lost and Found Log. The receiving employee will note the date and time, then have the submitter legibly log in their first, last name and signature. The receiving employee will list the specific description of the item and specific details pertaining to where the item was found (if applicable). The receiving employee will note the date, time and their first and last name legibly.

Two times a day, all unclaimed items will be delivered to Mason Police. All high risk items will be delivered to Mason Police daily. Contact Mason Police at 703-993-2810 for Lost and Found items. Items found in the academic and administrative offices and departments at Mason will not be accepted and will be referred back to the office or department to handle directly with Mason Police, the official hub of Lost and Found. Excluded items will be discarded and noted in the log each day. If patrons forcibly leave unaccepted items, they will be noted in the log and discarded.

The Information Desk does not hold items for drop-off or pick-up.

To focus more on high risk items and to best align with Mason Police, University Information, Information Desk and Kiosks does not accept the following items for Lost and Found:

  • Any type of clothing (including but not limited to coats/jackets, shoes, fleeces, knits, undergarments, seasonal items, etc.)
  • Containers
  • Food and liquid items
  • Illegal, dangerous or potentially hazardous items (including but not limited to illegal drugs, drug paraphernalia, medication, firearms, suspicious substances, etc.)
  • Loose papers
  • Plastic or reusable water bottles

We appreciate your cooperation and understanding.

University Information has extremely limited space at the Information Desks/Kiosks and some of the items could pose a health hazard. Our Information Kiosks will refer items to the Information Desks or Mason Police.

Contact Mason Police at 703-993-2810 for Lost and Found items.

Contact person: Mariama Boney, mboney@gmu.edu, 993-1006