GWU Description

Also known as the GW Science and Technology Campus, George Washington University Ashburn extends GWU's world-class academics to working adults in Northeast Virginia. At George Washington University Ashburn, you can pursue graduate academics in a variety of fields, primarily within engineering, computers and educational administration.

Because its students are working professionals, George Washington University Ashburn seeks to make scheduling as easy as possible. Classes are taught on evenings and weekends, so you don't have to compromise your professional commitments in order to further your education.

Of course, the nontraditional nature of academics at George Washington University Ashburn also means a nontraditional college life. There isn't much of a social climate at the campus, since students are there for the sole purpose of advancing their education and career.

Aside from federal loans, financial aid opportunities at George Washington University Ashburn are limited. The school recommends checking with your employer for tuition assistance programs, as well as local grants like the Virginia Tuition Assistance Grant. If you're a veteran, George Washington University Ashburn has a special financial aid office to ensure that you receive your entitled benefits.

Because of the wide range of programs available, admissions requirements at George Washington University Ashburn vary. Contact the school for detailed info.

Quick Facts about George Washington University, Ashburn

Region

Mid-Atlantic

Type

Private

Website

nearyou.gwu.edu

On-Campus Housing Available

No

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