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George Washington University works to help students navigate paying for their education. At GWU, students benefit from the Fixed Tuition Program where tuition is guaranteed not to increase for up to five consecutive years of full-time study. George Washington University provides additional financial aid cost information on its cost of attendance page along with access to its net price calculator. Students can access a Financial Aid Glossary to help understand the many new aspects associated with applying for financial aid as well as helpful consumer information and related links.


The Office of Student Financial Assistance at George Washington University provides financial assistance to its incoming and continuing students (Students may also receive awards through the Office of Admissions as well). Some of the awards that students are offered include  

federal work-study opportunities, access to private and federal loans, need and merit-based grants, and scholarships. Scholarships can come from GWU via departmental awards,

extra-curricular or athletic-based awards. Another award program that students can hope for is the  District Scholars Program which is primarily need-based and provided to local DC students based on a variety of additional criteria.



Other ways that prospective George Washington University can help make higher education more affordable is through tuition benefits as a result of the Tuition Exchange Program or the tuition remission benefits program for employees. Students can also subsidize their housing expenses by applying for membership in the Resident Advisor Program where they can provide mentorship, resources, stewardship, and support to students. More information on the Resident Advisor Program can be found here


Students wishing to use military educational benefits can do so at GWU. Veterans can find additional information on veterans benefits page, too. Students can take advantage of emergency funding in the unfortunate instance where they are facing a financial hardship. There are several applications to choose from that could potentially fit a student’s needs. Students can access payment plans here.  



Financial Literacy Initiatives

George Washington University understands the importance of financial resources, education, and financial literacy. Students have access to this comprehensive Financial Literacy Guide. This is a  32-page guide with links to government, state, local and private websites and resources including a list of useful books and references at the end of the document.

 

Another program available addressing financial literacy is through the George Washington University School of Business’s Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center (GFLEC). The GFLEC website provides a wealth of information for students to take advantage of and learn from, including educational learning and workshop opportunities, videos, research-related information, initiatives (including information on workplace financial wellness, financial literacy, money and risk in the digital age, and millennial financial literacy and fin-tech use along with many others), financial media, financial literacy articles, and financial literacy events. One such event is the Financial Literacy Seminar Series which is a venture that “brings together academics, practitioners, policymakers, and other experts to present and discuss cutting-edge research on financial literacy.”

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