Costs & Financial Assistance

Supreme Court Justice Ginsberg
Students with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg in 2003


Tuition Spring 2020

Tuition (per credit hour): $1625/undergrad and $1,765/grad
Fees (for 6 credit hours): $18.00

Housing: $6,700 

Please note: Tuition, fees and housing amounts are estimates based upon previous semesters and University documentation. All costs are subject to change.

Financial Aid

Semester in Washington Politics students most commonly transfer their current financial aid packages to The George Washington University. To do this, you and your financial aid office should initiate a consortium agreement with The George Washington University. You must be enrolled and receiving financial aid at your home institution during the time of the Semester in Washington Politics program.

The consortium agreement allows students to use their home institution financial aid for other programs related to their area of study. Generally, you must first get approval from your academic advisor to transfer the credits back to your home institution. Most institutions will enter into such an agreement for federal financial aid programs.

Our staff is available to talk directly with you and your financial aid officer. If you plan to initiate a consortium agreement, you should begin the process as soon as you are accepted into the program. Please let our office know so that we may assist you. We can provide a student budget sheet for one semester and any other materials that your institution needs to calculate your financial aid package.

At this time, international students at GW are not eligible for need based financial assistance.

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