In Their Words: Emanuel Johnson, CCAS ’15
Navy veteran Emanuel Johnson tells of his path from military service to making history.
Ensuring that Cost is Not a Barrier
The Power & Promise Fund for Student Aid ensures that qualified students, regardless of financial resources, can take full advantage of a GW education. Our success depends on making it possible for the most talented students to come to GW.
In the classroom, on campus, at an internship, on the field, in the community: GW students are leaders.
With your support, we can work to open GW's doors to all qualified students who hope to attend.
Learning does not—and should not—stop at the end of class.
With your support, we can do more to help talented students and faculty apply their skills and passions to the world’s most pressing problems.
Break New Ground
Our faculty and students tackle the world’s priorities through research that transcends—and breaks—boundaries.
With your support, we can create innovative research initiatives to address society’s most significant challenges.
GW, Corcoran, and National Gallery Receive Approval to Implement Agreements
The court’s ruling permits the transfer of ownership of the Corcoran’s historic 17th Street building and the College of Art and Design to GW. The National Gallery of Art will gain custody of the art collection.
Opportunities to Explore the Natural World
GW senior Katherine Berry studies pollination, or palynology, by observing pollen forager bees by tracking, marking, and collecting their pollen. Her research is in part made possible thanks to the Wilbur V. (Bill) Harlan Scholarship Trust.
We thank the 53,085 donors whose generosity has opened new doors for students, enhanced our academics, and allowed researchers to make new discoveries.
We are more than halfway to our $1 billion goal thanks to donors like you.
Join us and help support students, enhance academics, and break new ground.
60% of Undergraduates
Receive need- or merit-based financial assistance from the university. The average award to each student is more than $27,000.
Yet, there is more to be done.
"I don’t know if people realize that money is hope for people in my situation. GW provided me with the funds to attend college. GW believed in me and where I was going."
Maddison Bruer, Elliott School '15
"The Trachtenberg Scholarship was a game changer for me. It's such a transformative experience when you see one of your peers apply for and receive the scholarship—just seeing what doors and opportunities that opened up for them made it something I really wanted to strive for."
Will Alexander, SEAS '04, GWSB '06
"There is something priceless about an unexpected hug from a child and the genuine gratitude from parents who feel like you have taken the time to talk to them and have taken good care of their children. I look forward to these moments and knowing that I can make an impact on others’ lives."
Suet Kam Lam, MD/MPH, SMHS '13
"As a young girl, I lost my mother to asthma. I felt helpless, and that was when my desire to change lives through medicine was first sparked. When I learned that I received a scholarship from GW, it was an overwhelming experience because my desire to pursue a career in medicine has been a lifelong goal."
Theiline Gborkorquellie, M.D., SMHS '13