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George Washington University

  • Address: 2121 I Street, NW
  • City: Washington
  • State: District of Columbia
  • ZIP: 20052
  • website: www.gwu.edu
  • Active in current year: Yes
  • Less than one year certificate: No
  • One but less than two years certificate: Yes
  • Associate's degree: Yes
  • Type: Private not-for-profit, 4-year or above
  • Control of institution: Private not-for-profit
  • Highest level of offering: Doctor's degree
  • Medical degree: Yes
  • Open admission policy: No
  • County: District Of Columbia
  • Open to the general public: Yes
  • Status: Active
  • 2 but less than 4 years certificate: Yes
  • Bachelor's degree: Yes
  • Postbaccalaureate certificate: Yes
  • Master's degree: Yes
  • Post-master's certificate: Yes
  • Doctor's degree - research/scholarship: Yes
  • Doctor's degree - professional practice: Yes
  • Doctor's degree - other: No
  • Other degree: No

Degree Levels

Health Professions +
Law Enforcement & Protective Service+
Liberal Arts and Sciences+
Visual and Performing Arts+
Biological and Biomedical Sciences+
Business+
Communication & Journalism+
Computer and Information Sciences +
Cultural & Ethnic+
Engineering+
English Language and Literature+
Foreign Languages+
Health Professions +
History+
Law Enforcement & Protective Service+
Mathematics and Statistics+
Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies+
Natural Resources +
Philosophy & Religious Studies+
Physical Sciences+
Psychology+
Public Administration +
Recreation & Fitness Studies+
Social Sciences+
Visual and Performing Arts+
Architecture +
Biological and Biomedical Sciences+
Business+
Communication & Journalism+
Computer and Information Sciences +
Cultural & Ethnic+
Education+
Engineering+
Engineering Technologies +
English Language and Literature+
Health Professions +
History+
Law Enforcement & Protective Service+
Legal Professions +
Mathematics and Statistics+
Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies+
Natural Resources +
Philosophy & Religious Studies+
Physical Sciences+
Psychology+
Public Administration +
Recreation & Fitness Studies+
Social Sciences+
Visual and Performing Arts+
Biological and Biomedical Sciences+
Business+
Computer and Information Sciences +
Cultural & Ethnic+
Education+
Engineering+
Engineering Technologies +
English Language and Literature+
Health Professions +
History+
Legal Professions +
Mathematics and Statistics+
Physical Sciences+
Psychology+
Public Administration +
Social Sciences+
Education+
Health Professions +
Legal Professions +
Psychology+

No Info For Doctor's degree-other

No Info For less than 1-year certificate

Health Professions +
Visual and Performing Arts+
Health Professions +
Agriculture+
Architecture +
Biological and Biomedical Sciences+
Business+
Communication & Journalism+
Computer and Information Sciences +
Cultural & Ethnic+
Education+
Engineering+
Engineering Technologies +
Health Professions +
Law Enforcement & Protective Service+
Legal Professions +
Mathematics and Statistics+
Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies+
Natural Resources +
Physical Sciences+
Psychology+
Public Administration +
Social Sciences+
Visual and Performing Arts+
Business+
Computer and Information Sciences +
Education+
Engineering+
Engineering Technologies +
Health Professions +
Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies+

Admission Rates

Type Of Students Men Women Total
Graduate 7326 10370 17696
Undergraduate 5307 6732 12039
All students total 12633 17102 29735

Financial aid

Types of aid Total
Percent of full-time first-time undergraduates awarded any financial aid 78%
Percent of full-time first-time undergraduates awarded federal, state, local or institutional grant aid 77%
Average amount of federal, state, local or institutional grant aid awarded $25,770
Percent of full-time first-time undergraduates awarded federal grant aid 13%
Average amount of federal grant aid awarded to full-time first-time undergraduates $5,613
Percent of full-time first-time undergraduates awarded Pell grants 12%
Average amount of Pell grant aid awarded to full-time first-time undergraduates $4,467
Percent of full-time first-time undergraduates awarded other federal grant aid 12%
Average amount of other federal grant aid awarded to full-time first-time undergraduates $1,714
Percent of full-time first-time undergraduates awarded state/local grant aid 3%
Average amount of state/local grant aid awarded to full-time first-time undergraduates $1,462
Percent of full-time first-time undergraduates awarded institutional grant aid 77%
Average amount of institutional grant aid awarded to full-time first-time undergraduates $24,829
Percent of full-time first-time undergraduates awarded student loans 42%
Average amount of student loans awarded to full-time first-time undergraduates $7,994
Percent of full-time first-time undergraduates awarded federal student loans 42%
Average amount of federal student loans awarded to full-time first-time undergraduates $6,719
Average amount of other student loans awarded to full-time first-time undergraduates 2%
Average amount of other student loans awarded to full-time first-time undergraduates $27,261

Cost

campus off campus
in-district $67225 $67625
in-state $67225 $67625
out-of-state $67225 $67625
in-district(With Family) - $54725
in-state(With Family) - $54725
out-of-state(With Family) - $54725

Enrollment Ratio

American Indian or Alaska Native

Type Of Students Men Women Total
Graduate 23 35 58
Undergraduate 10 7 17
All students total 33 42 75

Black or African American

Type Of Students Men Women Total
Graduate 681 1431 2112
Undergraduate 275 482 757
All students total 956 1913 2869

Asian

Type Of Students Men Women Total
Graduate 616 973 1589
Undergraduate 495 699 1194
All students total 1111 1672 2783

Hispanic or Latino

Type Of Students Men Women Total
Graduate 390 628 1018
Undergraduate 449 555 1004
All students total 839 1183 2022

Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander

Type Of Students Men Women Total
Graduate 21 17 38
Undergraduate 11 6 17
All students total 32 23 55

White

Type Of Students Men Women Total
Graduate 3453 4860 8313
Undergraduate 2941 3600 6541
All students total 6394 8460 14854

Two or more races

Type Of Students Men Women Total
Graduate 116 208 324
Undergraduate 166 266 432
All students total 282 474 756

Race/ethnicity unknown

Type Of Students Men Women Total
Graduate 501 740 1241
Undergraduate 338 438 776
All students total 839 1178 2017

Nonresident alien

Type Of Students Men Women/th> Total
Graduate 1525 1478 3003
Undergraduate 622 679 1301
All students total 2147 2157 4304

Application Requirements

Required Recommended Neither required nor recommended
High School GPA

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High School rank

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High School record

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Completion of college-preparatory program

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Recommendations

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Formal demonstration of competencies

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Admission test scores

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Other Test (Wonderlic, WISC-III, etc)

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TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)

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SAT Scores

Category Critical Reading Math Writing
25th percentile 580 600 27
75th percentile 695 700 32

ACT Scores

Category Composite English Math Writing
25th percentile 27 26 0 0
75th percentile 34 31 0 0

Admission Rates

Type Of Students Men Womem Total
Graduate 7326 10370 17696
Undergraduate 5307 6732 12039
All students total 12633 17102 29735

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