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A George Washington University Priority
GW VALOR (Veterans Accelerate Learning Opportunities and Rewards) supports President Knapp's emphasis on expanding “access and affordability” of the high quality George Washington University education in support of military, veterans, and military family members.
Access: GW VALOR focuses on expanding access to GW for members of the armed forces, veterans, and their family members who are entering the academic environment as students. As GW VALOR students they enhance the diversity of learning in GW's classrooms. Operation GW VALOR works to expand access not only on the Foggy Bottom campus but through other channels such as online education and GW's Hampton Roads Center.
Affordability: As a reward to accelerate learning opportunities, GW VALOR focuses on making a GW education more affordable for VALOR students. Undergraduate Online Degree Programs are offered at about a 60% reduction in cost. Beginning in May 2013 the university doubled its contribution to the Post-9/11 GI Bill Yellow Ribbon Program, thereby making most Masters degree programs free of personal cost for tuition and fees for fully qualified veterans and their families. The university re-affirmed its significant commitment to the Yellow Ribbon Program in May 2014.