GW students during Commencement 2016

No matter what subjects we pursue, we’ve all come here to

change the course of history.


a photo of jessica thompson standing in front of the science and engineering hall


Life After GW is Bright

Jessica Thompson is joining a long line of Colonials making names for themselves after graduating: She’s already leveraged her engineering degree to secure a position in General Electric’s Edison Engineering Development Program. At GW, you’ll gain the education and connections to successfully launch you into the next phase of your life.

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Exercise Science class in the GW School of Public Health

Transforming Public Health

Gifts from the Milken Institute, the Sumner M. Redstone Charitable Foundation, and the Milken Family Foundation are enabling GW’s Milken Institute School of Public Health to address many of the world’s public health challenges.

Clark scholars

Nobody Does it Better

The Clark Engineering Scholars program rewards students with financial assistance, professional development, and leadership opportunities. The program is made possible by gifts from the late A. James Clark, HON ’10, and the Clark Charitable Foundation.

"And just like that, I'm done with undergrad! It's been one heck of a ride @GWtweets, but I wouldn't trade it for anything"

Joslyn Trovati

GW Class of 2017


@sarinisaksena: Once a GW colonial, always a GW colonial


@jacobwgreene: What kind of international affairs major would I be if I didn't visit the International Court of Justice?? #GW2021 #PictureGW


@jillian.miles: Not quite Dorothy and not quite Kansas #picturegw


@beinglainey: A little change from the norm