A Gold color metal and enamel shield shaped device blazoned: Vert, per chevron Sable, in chief a tri-parted patriot hat Or, shaded of the second, in base an open scroll and quill pen palewise between a musket and sword crossed in saltire, deadly ends up, all of the third. Attached below the shield, a Green scroll inscribed "GEORGE MASON" in Gold letters.
The school colors are Green and Gold. Green is emblematic of the honor, courtesy, adaptability, and youth demonstrated by the Cadets in their academic endeavors. Gold signifies nobleness, honor, and wisdom which the cadets strive to achieve in all aspects of life. The swords allude to the Scottish heritage of the early Virginia settlers and the flintlock rifle to pioneer Americans. The tri parted hat, symbolizes colonial pilgrims such as George Mason. The unfurled scroll and quill pen represents the enlightenment through education which George Mason encouraged. The school mascot is the Patriots.
The shoulder loop insignia was originally authorized 27 May 2011.