A number of resources are available to students. These include the:
- Campus Library
- Schedule of Classes
- Online registration
- Financial Aid Resources
- GW Bookstore
Additional Resources to Support Students
The Office of the Registrar is dedicated to providing the best possible service to all members of the GW community including:
- Academic transcripts
- Classroom scheduling
- Enrollment verification
- Graduation and diplomas
- Grade reporting
- Requirements tracking
- Student consent/FERPA information
The Student Services Hub brings together in a friendly, centralized, service-culture setting the offices of Student Financial Assistance, Student Accounts, the Registrar, and GWorld.
The Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) team serves students and engages the entire GW community, working to build a culture of support and connection with student well-being. We support mental health and personal development by collaborating directly with students to overcome challenges and difficulties that may interfere with academic, emotional, and personal success.
Students with disabilities are encouraged to participate as fully as possible in campus life. DSS works with students to ensure access to every opportunity for learning and personal growth. Staff members are available to discuss a range of disability-management issues. Browse the Web site or call 202-994-8250 (V/TDD) MORE
The George Washington University's Military and Veteran Services is committed to providing our student veterans, dependents and military personnel with excellence in service through timely and accurate benefit processing, high-quality customer service and supportive community-building activities.
GW is a Yellow Ribbon Program Participant and is widely recognized for its excellence, both as a general academic institution and as a university for military-affiliates. Since Military and Veterans Services was created in 2008, GW has been an annual recipient of the Military Friendly Award and is also annually recognized as a Military Times “Best for Vets” higher education institution.
The Division for Student Affairs engages and encourages student learning by creating and fostering communities that promote personal development. Students are offered opportunities, services, and activities that promote connectedness, diversity, inclusion, and belonging. The Student Affairs team is comprehensive, collaborative, and supports the university mission to be academically rigorous and, simultaneously, student-centered.
Apply for admission, search for graduate programs, admissions and funding information, and additional resources.
The International Services Office provides assistance and information to international students, scholars, and faculty at the University. These services are broad and include advice on visa advising and regulations, social and recreational activities, cultural adjustment workshops, support groups, and orientation programs for international students new to GW.