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GW Campus Resources for International Students

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Academic Support

The University Writing Center

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Free tutoring for writing and research projects. Writing Center tutors will help you brainstorm ideas and structure arguments. They can teach you strategies so that you can edit and proofread your own essays. They will help you become a better writer.


Students getting tutored at STEMworks

Free tutoring for STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) courses. They also hold workshops and consultations. Subjects include: data, coding, math, accounting, statistics, economics, chemistry, and more.


GW Library Events

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GW Libraries hold a lot of events and workshops for students throughout the semester.

English for Academic Purposes (EAP)

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GW’s EAP program teaches academic writing and oral communication courses to international students. EAP courses help international students build academic skills that will benefit them in their GW coursework and professional career.

GW Library Guide for International Students

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This guide is an introduction to GW Libraries for international students.

Center for Undergraduate Fellowship and Research

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The Center helps students and alumni apply for research opportunities and national fellowship competitions.

ESIA Peer Advising

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Elliott School undergraduate students can get advice from Peer Advisors.

Global Resources Center (GRC)

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The GRC has research resources based on regions of the world. They have print and digital resources like English- and foreign-language newspapers, journals, magazines, statistical publications, maps, atlases, U.S. and foreign government documents, and other materials.

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