Grad2Grad

Current undergraduate students at the George Washington University (GW) may be eligible and interested to participate in the Grad2Grad program to continue graduate study at GW. Not only can you apply to a variety of GW graduate programs, but you will also receive a 10% reduction in the cost of your tuition.

If you have any questions about the program, please contact the Office of Graduate Student Assistantships and Fellowships at gradfell@gwu.edu or 202-994-6822.

Eligibility

If you plan to complete or already finished your degree in 2016 and 2017, you qualify for the Grad2Grad program as long as you immediately enroll in a graduate program. If you graduated in 2016 you must have enrolled no later than Spring 2017 and if you are graduating in 2017 you must enroll no later than Spring 2018. (Please note that to maintain eligibility, you must be continuously enrolled for all semesters until the degree is earned. Summer registration is allowed, but not required.)

Eligible Programs

The Grad2Grad program applies to certain graduate programs at GW:

Columbian College of Arts and Sciences

 

Field of Study

Standardized Test Required

American Studies

No

Anatomical & Translational Sciences

No

Anthropology

No

Applied Economics

No

Art History

No

Art Therapy

No

Art Therapy Practice

No

Biological Sciences

No

Biostatistics

No

Bloodstain Pattern Analysis

No

Budget & Public Finance

No

Chemistry

No

Chinese Language and Culture

No

Classical Acting

No

Communication Management

No

Crime Scene Investigation

No

Criminology 

No

Dance

No

Data Science

No

Digital Forensics

No

Digital Investigations

No

Documentary Filmmaking

No

Economics

Yes

English

No

Environmental and Green Chemistry

No

Environmental Resource Policy

No

Exhibition Design

No

Financial Mathematics

No

Fine Arts

No

Forensic Chemistry

No

Forensic Investigation

No

Forensic Molecular Biology

No

Forensic Psychology

No

Forensic Sciences

No

Forensic Toxicology

No

Friction Ridge Analysis

No

Geographical Information Systems

No

Geography

No

History

No

Interior Architecture & Design

No

Islamic Studies

No

Jewish Cultural Arts

No

Latent Print Examination

No

Legal Institutions & Theory

No

LGBT Health Policy & Practice

No

Mathematics

No

Media & Strategic Communications

No

Molecular Biochemistry & Bioinformatics

No

Museum Collections Management & Care

No

Museum Studies

Yes

New Media Photojournalism

No

Non-Profit Management

No

Organizational Sciences

Yes

Philosophy

No

Philosophy & Social Policy

No

Physics

No

Political Science

No

Production Design

No

Public Administration

No

Public Policy

No

Public Policy - Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies

No

Sociology

No

Speech-Language Pathology

Yes

Statistics

No

Survey Design & Data Analysis

No

Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

No

College of Professional Studies

Elliott School of International Affairs

Graduate School of Education and Human Development

Milken Institute School of Public Health

School of Business

School of Engineering and Applied Science

School of Medicine and Health Sciences

School of Nursing

Application Process

Step 1: Once you find a program of interest, apply for admission as you normally would. If you have questions, contact the school you are applying to.

Step 2: When you are accepted, complete and submit the Grad2Grad Fellowship Enrollment Form. To complete:

  • Go to the system and under “I have a GW NetID,” select “Log In.”
  • Sign in with your MyGW login and password.
  • Once you are logged in, scroll to find the Grad2Grad form and select it.
  • Follow the directions on the form.

Your form must be received by a certain deadline, depending on your first semester as a graduate student.

Spring 2017

January 17, 2017

Summer 2017

May 22, 2017

Fall 2017

August 28, 2017

Spring 2018

January 16, 2018

Step 3: Register for courses in your program. Your award will be applied to your account and will reduce your tuition by 10%. Please note that this price reduction does not apply to matriculation, orientation, course and fees.