Graduate Students


Graduate Students Walking in Kogan Plaza


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 is dedicated to providing you guidance throughout your tenure at GW. This person serves as a resource designed to assist you in navigating university policies and procedures and connecting you directly to all of your available resources.

In addition, your Student Services Coordinator works in conjunction with your academic advisor to ensure you are optimizing your time here at GW.  Our team hosts a variety of social and academic programming to enhance your graduate student experience. Your Student Services Coordinator is located on the Foggy Bottom campus in the Academic Center, Smith Hall Suite 118. 


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Summer, Smarter: Your season to shine! Summer Registration now open.

Register for summer courses today! Regular registration for Session I is open through May 15.

Megaphone and speech bubble with text Graduate Student Appreciation Week

Join us in recognizing the important contributions of graduate students at GW.  We'll be observing Graduate Student Appreciation Week April 4-8, 2022.



CCAS Graduate Student Resources





Student Activities and Events

The Bouchet Society

The Bouchet Society

The Edward Alexander Bouchet Graduate Honor Society recognizes outstanding scholarly achievement and promotes diversity and excellence in doctoral education and the professoriate.

Current Student Events

Current Student Events

These events are open to help students thrive in their virtual learning environment, engage with students and other GW community members, improve ways to successfully complete your degrees, and better equip students to apply for professional opportunities. 

Upcoming Events


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Graduate Student Highlights

PhD student Kimberly Foecke holds up her 3MT certificate

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.