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Our namesake envisioned a brighter future and made it a reality.

We'll give you the tools to do the same.

 

 

Admissions & Aid


 

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  • Find Your Program

    GW has more than 70 undergraduate majors and more than 200 graduate programs at the certificate, master's and doctoral levels
    GW has more than 70 undergraduate majors and more than 200 graduate programs at the certificate, master's and doctoral levels

    CA88ca88Whether you want to build robots, study sea lions at the National Zoo, work with world-renowned artists, develop a digital strategy for a political campaign or study Shakespeare, you’ll be right at home in a GW classroom. Our programs of study are as diverse as our Colonial community—from biomedical engineering to dance, political science to archaeology, you can find the program you’ve been searching for and use it to start doing what you always wanted to.  

    No matter your interest or situation in life, GW has a program for you. In our 10 schools and colleges you can find more than 100 undergraduate programs and more than 230 graduate programs at the certificate, master’s and doctoral levels. You could study in the center of D.C., in Virginia at our Virginia Science and Technology campus or at one of our graduate education centers in Arlington or Alexandria. If these options don’t work for you, you can study from home through one of our more than 100 online programs

     

     



  •  Cross Time Zones to Become a Colonial

     

     

    Expanded Learning Opportunities

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    Online & Distance Learners

    Our campus community expands beyond Washington, D.C. While you can find programs at one of our graduate education centers in Arlington or Alexandria, VA, you can also study from anywhere, at any time, by enrolling in one of our online programs. Regardless of where you study, you're a Colonial and an important member of our community. You’ll benefit from access to our campus, the city and our vast alumni network.

     

    As a high school student, our pre-college programs allow you to experience academic life in college before you get here, learn more about your area of interest and meet other students from all over the world. If you’re still deciding on college and interested in learning in Washington, D.C., we have programs for you from the arts and business to history, STEM and more. You’ll have all the advantages that GW students do during the summer through our on-campus or online pre-college courses. 

     

    Spend your summer at GW to earn credit and take advantage of new cultures, either in D.C. or around the globe. You can find specific summer programs to enroll in or institutes to attend during the summer months on our campus. Our institutes, ranging from Health Promotion & Disease Prevention in Minority Communities to Japanese Language & Culture, are available to current GW and visiting students. We also offer short-term study abroad opportunities through our schools and colleges that will take you across the world to immerse yourself in academics and culture.