Students now have three extra months to file for federal aid – but the number of applications haven’t increased nationally.
The Board of Trustees approved more than $275 million in total financial aid Friday, an increase of more than 5 percent over last year.
When you have help paying for college, it’s easy to forget that not everyone does.
It’s no longer easy to “pay your own way” through school, but with college being so important, it is a family’s obligation to help pay for school.
Tuition revenue nationwide has flatlined this year, the first time in a decade the revenue schools bring in hasn’t grown, according to a new report.
The University announced that GW will partner with Say Yes To Education, a nonprofit organization that helps award scholarships to students whose families’ income is $75,000 or less.
Following a semester of research and evaluation, a group of faculty and staff have found that GW’s employee benefits are not competitive with peer universities’, and an official has announced a plan to fix that.
Fortune magazine estimates that a GW business school graduate student will receive $609,800 more than a high school graduate over a 20-year time frame after paying off the amount of their four-year tuition.
Nearly 800 people have signed a petition asking the University to restore funding to the music department, as well as the theater and dance department.
That stipend would go to a “handful” of prospective students who are interested in coming to GW but can’t afford to make the trip for financial reasons.