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Contact your EDO so that they can get you registered for classes, review your schedule, and give you important information about Orientation.
Visit fafsa.gov to submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Be sure to use the school code 002929 to make sure GWU receives your information.
WebbConnect is the portal you will use for important things like accessing your Blackboard classes. To create your WebbConnect username and password, follow these steps:
Click here to download these instructions (PDF).
Accommodations are available from the University for students who have a documented disability as defined by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act. Determination of accommodations is a collaborative interpretation between student and The Noel Center for Disability Resources. Whether it’s notetakers, interpreters, testing accommodation, alternate formate, or other accommodation, The Noel Center would be happy to assist.
Individual graduate programs provide program-specific orientations for their students at each new enrollment cycle. Depending on the program’s primary mode of delivery, these orientations are offered face-to-face in the various locations in which courses are offered and/or by webinar. In addition, a virtual New Student Orientation program to which all new students are invited is hosted each fall and spring.
Each new student receives a New Student Orientation Letter by email that provides the name, email address, and phone number of the director/coordinator of the program the student is entering as well as additional information and instructions about navigating the graduate school experience at GWU.
Information on disability accessibility through the Noel Center for Disability Resources is communicated to students in their New Student Orientation, New Student Orientation Letter, Continuing Student Letter, and in course syllabi.