A George Washington University Priority
GW VALOR supports the GW President’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 plans to expand access so that GW may accelerate learning opportunities and rewards for military, veterans, and military family member students as they enhance the diversity of learning in our classrooms. Access to additional learning programs may be available to VALOR students via expansion at the GW Hampton Roads Center, programs at newly participating military facilities, and Online Programs- globally. GW is also partnering with top Community Colleges to expand access of the quality GW education for students who wish to complete a four year degree.
Affordability: As a reward to accelerate learning opportunities, we are making the quality GW learning more affordable for VALOR students. GW Undergraduate Online Degree Programs are offered at about a 60% reduction in cost, and in May 2013 GW doubled our contribution to Post 9/11 GI Bill Yellow Ribbon Program- making most GW Masters degree programs free of personal cost for tuition and fees for fully qualified veterans and their families. GW re-affirmed our significant commitment to the Yellow Ribbon Program in May 2014.
GW Students Selected as 2014 Tillman Military Scholars
Sailor for a Day
Fallen Heroes Remembered at Veterans Memorial Park
Explore GW in Hampton Roads
Bacon Brothers ‘Stand for the Troops’
Service Members Honored at Veterans Memorial Park Dedication
GW Increases Support for Student Veterans
The prestigious program supports active-duty service members, veterans and military spouses.
GW VALOR leads faculty, staff to “sea” what it takes to be in the U.S.
GW community places a wreath in observance of Memorial Day.
Join us for an open house at our GW Hampton Roads Center on 21 Nov 2013. There will be an opportunity to learn about our academic programs and meet the program directors, as well as senior university leaders.
The Bacon Brothers, featuring actor Kevin Bacon, perform in support of veterans at Lisner Auditorium.
In honor of Veterans Day, more than 200 people gathered to dedicate the Veterans Memorial Park, located in the heart of GW's Foggy Bottom Campus.
The Yellow Ribbon Program will give eligible veterans more tuition assistance, covering full cost of most graduate programs.