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Where you attend college is a major decision. We want to ensure that you have all the information you need to feel confident about choosing George Wythe University. To begin, we invite you to learn from our students as they describe their experiences, including how GWU prepared many for graduate school.
We particularly urge you to become familiar with our mission of building future statesmen and exactly how we pursue this. At that point, you should explore our academics page to see the details up close in order to understand the depth of this commitment. A close examination of our curriculum will reveal a natural sequence of how the content of each course builds up the foundation being laid. We are confident that you will recognize the intrinsic value of what you see.
Once the big picture comes into view, browsing the links to the left of this page will answer your remaining questions about about housing and student life, instructions for enrolling, tuition costs, and available options for financial aid and scholarships.
Statesmanship is sorely needed throughout the world. We welcome students from all nations and encourage them to apply. International students should be aware of the following circumstances that may affect them:
Until we complete the accreditation of our degree programs, we will not be able to assist international students who desire student visas to travel to the United States to study. We encourage students who are unable to study on-campus to apply for our online programs.
In order to best serve those who are non-native English speakers, we require that applicants demonstrate a certain degree of English fluency using the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) administered by ETS.
Specifically, undergraduate applicants must achieve a minimum score of 500 (TOEFL PBT), 173 (TOEFL CBT) or 61 (TOEFL iBT). Applicants to graduate programs must achieve a minimum score of 550 (TOEFL PBT), 213 (TOEFL CBT) or 80 (TOEFL iBT).
GWU does not offer remedial English proficiency courses. Students may choose to take English classes through the GWU language program, which includes Rosetta Stone, but college-ready proficiency will likely require outside study.
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