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Student Reviews of George Washington University

3.9
based on 77 reviews
  • Amanda from Cordova, TN

    The George Washington U. is an amazing place to study. As a Political Communications major in the School of Media and Public Affairs, I have found that no other school offers such a specialized program so perfectly fitted to my interests. GW is a… more read full review

    The George Washington University is an amazing place to study. As a Political Communications major in the School of Media and Public Affairs, I have found that no other school offers such a specialized program so perfectly fitted to my interests. GW is a great place to be if you're looking for a school that isn't too small or too big. While a majority students are from the Northeast, the school has an incredibly diverse student body which is always exposing you to others' cultures. Professor's are kind of a hit or miss. Some really care about their students and what they're teaching while others could really care less. Ratemyprofessors.com is a huge help to avoid the latter. Living in the nation's capital is an experience that you will only fully understand until you have experienced it. There is always something going on for all types of people. An added benefit to DC is the fact that a majority of public sites such as museums and monuments are free of charge. The only qualms I have with GW are the dining system, which is just poorly thought out in general, and the price of tuition... I really wonder where it goes sometimes. Other than that I love everything about GW. The dorms are great, the facilities are up to date, student orgs are everywhere and so inviting, and it's in the best city in the nation! read full review

  • Carolyn from Upper Black Eddy, PA

    From my experience, if you think that you have even a vague chance of getting into the Honors college, apply. While you may have to write an extra essay for the application, in the end it is totally worth it. The university can be a bit… more read full review

    From my experience, if you think that you have even a vague chance of getting into the Honors college, apply. While you may have to write an extra essay for the application, in the end it is totally worth it. The university can be a bit bureaucratic and academic advisers can be at times slightly impersonal, but the Honors program is a great solution to this problem. The staff are some of the most amazing, dedicated people on campus, and they are overwhelmingly willing to help Honors students with any and every problem they encounter. Plus, we get free hot chocolate, priority registration, and free Georgetown cupcakes (you'll realize how awesome that is when you come here and try them!) read full review

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George Washington University Scholarships

Merit Aid

Merit Scholarships Available Amount freshman returning transfer graduate
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$4,000 Y
- Y
$7,500 - $15,000 R
$16,000 - $20,000 R
$7,500 - $15,000 N N Y N