Grad2Grad is an opportunity for current GW undergraduate students to transition straight into graduate studies after earning their bachelor's degree.
Qualified candidates receive a 10% tuition reduction while pursuing an eligible GW master's degree or graduate certificate. Most participating programs also waive standardized tests such as the GRE.
If you plan to complete or already finished your degree in 2022 or 2023, you qualify for the Grad2Grad program as long as you immediately enroll in a graduate program (master's or graduate certificate program).
If you graduated in 2022 you must have enrolled no later than Spring 2023 and if you are graduating in 2023 you must enroll no later than Spring 2024.
Note: To maintain eligibility, you must be continuously enrolled for all semesters until the degree is earned. Summer registration is allowed but not required.
Step One: Apply for Admission to Graduate Program
Once you find a graduate program of interest, apply for admission to the program. CCAS has a thorough overview of the Graduate Admissions Process for your reference. If you have questions, please contact the CCAS Office of Graduate Studies at [email protected].
Step Two: Submit Grad2Grad Fellowship Enrollment Form
If you are accepted, complete and submit the Grad2Grad Fellowship Enrollment Form.
- Visit the MyGW Fellowship Forms webpage.
- Under “I have a GW NetID,” select “Log In.”
- Sign in with your MyGW login and password.
- Once you are logged in, scroll to find the Grad2Grad Fellowship Enrollment Form and select it.
- Follow the directions on the form.
Your Grad2Grad Fellowship Enrollment Form must be received by a certain deadline, depending on your first semester as a graduate student.
|First Semester of Graduate Study||Grad2Grad Form Submission Deadline|
|Spring 2023||January 23, 2023|
|Summer 2023||June 2, 2023|
|Fall 2023||September 18, 2023|
|Spring 2024||January 22, 2024|
Step 3: Register
Register for courses in your program.
Your award will be applied to your account and will reduce your tuition by 10%. Please note that this price reduction does not apply to matriculation, orientation and course fees.
All CCAS master's and graduate certificate programs participate in the Grad2Grad program. Most waive the GRE requirements; currently only the Organizational Science and Speech-Language Pathology MA programs still require the GRE. Visit the main Grad2Grad website for more information.