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Current 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.



GW's Response to COVID-19

The health and safety of the GW community is a top priority for the University. GW will continue working with local, state, and federal public health officials to monitor the situation and respond appropriately. Please continue to monitor our resources for updates and information.



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Grad2Grad: Deadline Extended

Deadline extended to June 1!

Grad2Grad enables current GW undergraduate students to transition straight into graduate studies after completing their bachelor's degree. This special opportunity provides a 10% tuition reduction to eligible students.

Learn More About Grad2Grad





What We're Tweeting


Morgan Bryant

Morgan Bryant

BA '18, Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences

"I think especially just living in D.C., it's an incredible place to be for our age. There's just so many opportunities and places to see and go and I think that's what I'll remember most."

The Engaged Liberal Arts in Action

Doctoral Thesis in Three Minutes

Columbian College PhD students stepped up to a speed-challenge in the college’s second Three Minute Thesis Competition. Human Paleobiology's Kimberly Foecke won first prize.

Physics, Professionally Speaking

Alexander van der Horst’s redesigned capstone course equips physics students with the oral, written and ethical expertise needed to succeed in 21st-century careers.


Mission: Rescue the Bay

Biology’s Keryn Gedan leads her student researchers into the Eastern Shore marshes of the Chesapeake Bay, where sea level is rising at three times the global average.


In The News

Sarah Hine (Photo: Long Nguyen)

Untangling the Trauma-Speech Connection

How does trauma link to speech and language disorders? Sarah Hine and a team of graduate researchers are using their experiences with vulnerable populations to guide speech pathology protocols.
A Dean’s Seminar called The Austen Phenomenon explores how the 19th century author has transcended the academic world and become

Inside the Jane Austen Phenomenon

How did a 19th century author who wrote just six novels become a pop icon? In her Dean’s Seminar, Tara Wallace's first-year students enter the world of Jane Austen-mania.
Bouchet Society nominees, from left, Dana Burton, Eden A. Dejene, Cheriko (Riko) Boone, Drishti Pillai and Diana Ainembabazi.

CCAS Recognizes Newest Bouchet Society Inductees

Five CCAS PhD students have been nominated for induction in the Edward Alexander Bouchet Society, which honors diversity and excellence in doctoral education.