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Considering enrolling in courses while employed at GW? The University offers our faculty, staff and research personnel in a benefit-eligible position (both full and part time) an outstanding benefit that covers the better part of tuition expenses. The tuition benefit is available to employees enrolled in undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs, as well as non-degree-seeking employees. Under the benefit, 96 percent of tuition and expenses are paid, with no repayment obligation, for eligible employees.  Furthermore, spouses, domestic partners and dependent children also receive substantial remission coverage, which increases with tenure. 

GW is also a part of the Tuition Exchange (TE) Scholarship Program. The TE is a national organization that offers tuition remission scholarships to eligible employees’ dependent children who are under 24 years of age and attending other member colleges and universities throughout the country. GW’s participation gives several students the opportunity to study at one of nearly 600 member institutions.  For more information, please visit the Benefits Administration.