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What if I’m a veteran and interested in applying to GW for graduate school?
What if I’m a veteran and interested in applying to GW as an undergraduate?
How do my Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) benefits affect my GW financial assistance package?
Do I need to pay my application fee if I am a veteran or on active duty?
Do I need to pay my tuition deposit if I am a veteran or on active duty?
How do veteran students apply for Veteran Education Benefits at the George Washington University?
Here at GW, we operate on a more decentralized structure; therefore each of our nine schools has its own Office of Graduate Admissions. If you have questions about the graduate admissions process, we strongly suggest you contact your Office of Graduate Admissions.
Military personnel who have been on active duty within the past three years are eligible for an application fee waiver.
To learn more, visit the GW Graduate and Professional students website.
If you are in the DC area, the Graduate Student Enrollment Management office provides tours every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 12:30 pm sharp.
Office of Undergraduate Admissions Point of Contact
If you have specific admissions-related questions, please email Admission Counselor David Iselin in GW’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition, if you are interested in transferring to GW, please visit the Transfer Admission page on GW’s Undergraduate Admissions website.
Each case varies. For specifics, please contact the Office of VALOR Student Services directly by email or phone at (202) 994-9570 for information regarding your account.
For undergraduate applicants: Yes, you will need to pay the application fee.
For graduate applicants: Military personnel who have been on active duty within three years of submitting their application for admission are eligible to receive an application fee waiver. To receive the application waiver, please contact the admissions office of the school/college to which you are applying.
Tuition deposits are eligible for refund. For students who are Yellow Ribbon eligible this deposit will be refunded once the account has been paid in full by the Post 9/11 GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon if applicable. We can not refund deposits until AFTER the Post 9/11 GI Bill pays your tuition.
Once student veterans are admitted to GW, we recommend they follow this checklist.