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The GW Office of Student Financial Assistance can help you identify loan options and provide you with applications and other information.
Office of Student Financial Assistance (SFA)
Marvin Center - Ground Floor
800 21st Street NW
To apply for a Stafford or alternative educational loans to finance your education, please visit http://gwired.gwu.edu/finaid. Students must be accepted degree or certificate students and enrolled in at least six credit hours per semester in order to qualify for loans.
Information regarding veteran's education benefits may be obtained from the Veterans Benefits Office, Foggy Bottom Campus. Students should contact us firstname.lastname@example.org. Virginia Campus-Loudoun students should contact (703) 726-8204, email@example.com. Hampton Roads and Richmond students contact (757) 269-2230, firstname.lastname@example.org.
A signed certificate attesting to the student's status must be obtained from the appropriate dean's office and mailed with the registration schedule and statement at the time of payment. Those students who are veterans and requesting benefits must communicate their status to the Veterans Benefits Office, at least 30 days prior to course start date, in order to obtain an advance payment from the VA. Payment takes approximately 6-8 weeks.
Walter E. Washington Scholarships
In honor of the first mayor of Washington, DC, President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg established the Walter E. Washington Scholarships for Police Professionals. Students enrolled in the courses offered through the Police Science program will receive the scholarship, which offers a substantial award towards GW's current undergraduate tuition rate.
Tuition benefits paid by employers are often overlooked. Many organizations will pay for all or part of your education if the classes you take will enhance your job performance or prepare you for a promotion.
The eligibility requirements vary depending on your employer. You should speak with your employer early to determine if your organization provides these benefits and how much of your tuition it will cover. Tuition benefits will reduce the amount of other aid you need, and make other financial aid easier to obtain.
The Career Services Office provides comprehensive career planning support to students and alumni of all CPS programs*. To learn more about our services please contact Melissa Feuer at 202-994-8310 or email@example.com.
*Students in the Graduate School of Political Management (GSPM) are served by Mag Gottlieb; please call 202-994-8782 or visit GSPM Career Services.