Current Graduate Students
GW and Columbian College thrive on the passion, diversity and intellectual curiosity of our students. We provide a host of services and resources to help you succeed, including academic advising, career services and financial aid.
Graduate Student Essentials
Student Services Team
As a current George Washington University graduate student, you have the support of a designated Student Services Coordinator within the College of Arts and Sciences. Your Student Services Coordinator will guide you throughout your tenure at GW. This person can help you navigate university policies and procedures and connect you directly to the resources you need. You Student Services Coordinator also works in conjunction with your academic advisor to ensure you are optimizing your time here at GW. In addition, we have a dedicated Career Counselor who provides career coaching to all current CCAS graduate students.
Our team hosts a variety of social and academic programming to enhance your graduate student experience. Your Student Services Team is located on Foggy Bottom campus in the Academic Center, Smith Hall Suite 118.
Upcoming Graduate Student Events
To view all of our events, please visit the Current Graduate Student Events page.
- Campus Recreation
- Columbian College Career Services
- Colonial Health Center
- Off-Campus Student Affairs
- Office of Safety & Security
- GW Graduate Housing
- Disability Support Services
- International Services Office
- Student Health Insurance: Visit Colonial Health
- Student Services Hub: Student Financial and Registration Services
Fine and Performing Arts Spaces
- Art Therapy Gallery
- Blackbox Theatre
- Flagg Building
- Gallery 102
- The George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum
- Lisner Auditorium
- Luther W. Brady Art Gallery
Media and Language Labs
Graduate Student Highlights
PhD students presented their research in a high-speed challenge during the CCAS Three Minute Thesis Competition. Chemistry’s Dustin Abele won first prize for his green battery proposal.
CCAS teaching assistants from the English and Anthropology departments won the 2021 Philip J. Amsterdam Graduate Teaching Assistant Awards for Outstanding Teaching.
Clinical psychology doctoral candidate Andolyn Medina, MA ’17, MA ’20, excels in her studies and on pageant stages. Now the newly-crowned Miss D.C. is competing for the Miss America title.