George Washington University
George Washington University is located in Washington, DC and offers nursing degree programs. Below we’ve included some basic information about George Washington University. You can view detailed information about the nusring programs available at this school here: George Washington University College Overview
Frequently Asked Questions About George Washington University
What Type of School is George Washington University? 4-year, Private not-for-profit
What Awards are Offered: One but less than two years certificate; Associate’s degree; Two but less than 4 years certificate; Bachelor’s degree; Postbaccalaureate certificate; Master’s degree; Post-master’s certificate; Doctor’s degree – research/scholarship; Doctor’s degree – professional practice
What is the Campus Setting? City: Large
Is There Campus Housing? Yes
What is the Student Population? 27973
How Many Undergraduate Students Are There? 11999
What is the George Washington University Graduation Rate? 81%
What is the Transfer Out Rate: NA
Cohort Year: Fall 2011
What is the net cost to attend George Washington University? $37,638
Largest Program: –
IPEDS ID: 131469
George Washington University Address
Washington, DC 20052
* Cohort Year represents the year for which students began their studies and applies to Graduation and Transfer Out Rates at George Washington University.
** Net Price is Average Net Price for 2016-2017 generated for full-time beginning George Washington University undergraduate students who were awarded grant or scholarship aid from federal, state or local governments, or the institution. For public institutions only students paying the in-state or in-district rate are included. For institutions that charge students by program, net price is generated for the institution’s largest program.
NA (Not applicable) – Graduation rate, transfer-out rate, and the net price are not applicable to institutions that do not have full-time, first-time degree-seeking undergraduate students in the applicable cohort year or the financial aid year.
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