Columbian College Current Students Hero

 

Whether you're in the midst of your studies or about to graduate,

we'll help you find your pathway to success.

 

 

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.

 


 


Madeline Fraser BFA Interior Architecture

Madeline Fraser

BFA '14, Interior Architecture and Design

"There’s something to be said about the people you meet at GW, as well as the city you get to live in. You’re surrounded by people from all different walks of life, who have very inspiring backgrounds and who have interesting goals for where they want to take their life."


The Engaged Liberal Arts in Action

 

Sophomore Colloquia: Small Setting, Big Impact

Sophomore Taylor Stonebarger discusses her experience in Professor Jamie Cohen-Cole's course, The Nature and Culture of Children, and how it connects to her future plans.

 

Brittany Lewis: Historian and Pageant Winner

History PhD student Brittany Lewis competed for the Miss Black America title to raise awareness for racial justice and further her doctoral research.

 

Luis Suter: Arctic Explorer and Researcher

Geography master's student Luis Suter spent his summer performing research with the GW International Arctic Field Course on Permafrost & Northern Studies.

 


In The News

From left: Hana Springer, I-Fen Tung and Marlee Grant after rehearsals.

From Taiwan, Dance Students Look to the Future

At an international dance festival in Taiwan, seniors Marlee Grant and Hana Springer became cultural arts ambassadors. Back in D.C., they are using the lessons learned abroad to vault their professional goals.
Flag of the United States meshed with flag of North Korea

Understanding North Korea

Benjamin R. Young, a Korean history PhD candidate and recent Fulbright scholar in Seoul, discusses the escalating tensions between the U.S. and North Korea and averting a nuclear collision course.
Junior Japanese literature major Yi Zhao won first prize at the 2017 J.LIVE Talk competition.

Japanese Language Competition Sharpens Students’ Speech

Junior Yi Zhao won the third annual J.LIVE Talk Japanese speech contest, competing against 30 students from 13 universities across the country.