Current Graduate Students

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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

 

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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. Your 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.

Feb
29
Thursday
Mar
07
Thursday
Mar
28
Thursday
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Apr
04
Thursday

 


Resources


Graduate Student Highlights

Data Science Students Map a Mission for Ukraine

January 10, 2024

As winter sets in, Ukrainians face harsh temperatures in war-torn homes. But CCAS students are using their data science skills to map out a rescue plan.

Cellphone Central: Smithsonian Exhibit Dials into GW Collaboration

July 12, 2023

With input from GW scholars and students, a new exhibit at the National Museum of Natural History charts how cellphones have changed our lives and our planet.

CCAS Showcase Celebrates Student Research

April 18, 2023

More than 125 undergraduate and graduate students across the disciplines displayed their scholarly work at the inaugural CCAS Research Showcase.