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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.
Columbian College Celebration
Due to recent guidance from the CDC, the Columbian College Celebration ceremonies and the university-wide Commencement on the National Mall will not be held in person. We are working diligently to determine how we can, appropriately and safely, celebrate our graduates within the constraints of the current circumstances. Please share any suggestions you have to help mark this milestone for our graduates at [email protected].
Undergraduates Making a Difference
- Support Networks, Mentoring Key to Immigrant Youth Success
Support Networks, Mentoring Key to Immigrant Youth Success
George Washington University junior Ivana Mowry-Mora, a Cisneros scholar majoring in geography, is researching the impact of support networks and mentorship on immigrant youth pursuing higher education. She hopes to add to the body of knowledge that supporting young people, regardless of their immigration status, has a profound impact on individual lives.
- Frankenstein, Dracula Signal Fears of Scientific Advancement
Frankenstein, Dracula Signal Fears of Scientific Advancement
English major Brigid Prial combined her interests in English and biological anthropology to research the way two classic novels imagined monstrous science.
- Art + Science = A Hybrid Project Combining Politics and Dance Promo
Art + Science = A Hybrid Project Combining Politics and Dance
Political science and dance major Eva Gustafson combined her fields of study into a Luther Rice Undergraduate Fellowship dance production that celebrates the journey of American women through the eyes of Eleanor Roosevelt and Hillary Clinton.