Be part of the vibrant learning culture at GW. Pursue continuous personal improvement and professional development by taking advantage of the tuition resources available to your to further your education and professional development.
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Take advantage of the world-class education we provide at GW. As an employee, you are eligible for generous tuition benefits, which pay a percentage of tuition costs for you, your spouse/domestic partner, and your eligible dependents. The benefit does not apply to ineligible courses and programs, fees, and student account financial penalties. Pursue your professional development and educational goals by:
- Taking classes as a non-degree student
- Pursuing a certificate program
- Enrolling in an undergraduate degree program
- Enrolling in a graduate degree program
Please note that you must apply for admission to prior to starting classes. Undergraduate, graduate, certificate, and non-degree admissions requirements vary.
Learn more about our tuition benefits, and explore the options that work for you.
Please note: when two or more members of the same family are employed by the university, the educational benefits to which the individuals themselves or their children are entitled will be the same as if only one individual were employed.
In addition providing generous Tuition Remission benefits, GW also participates in the Tuition Exchange Program, a scholarship program that administers multilateral tuition remission scholarships for employees of member colleges and universities. The university’s agreement with the Tuition Exchange Program permits four to six students each year to enroll in baccalaureate degree programs at participating institutions throughout the country.
Learn more about the Tuition Exchange Program, including eligibility and application deadlines.
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