GW Dual Enrollment Program

Since 1975, the GW Dual Enrollment Program  has afforded hundreds of academically advanced District of Columbia Public School (DCPS) students, and more recently District of Columbia Public Charter School (DCPCS) students a pathway to take college courses during their senior year in high school.

The Dual Enrollment Program offers DCPS and DCPCS students the opportunity to maintain their high school status while enrolling part-time at a participating college or university to earn college credit that can be transferred to the postsecondary institution of their choice upon enrollment. Dual Enrollment Program participants are under no obligation to continue their academic studies at the George Washington University (GW).

Dual Enrollment Program students are recommended by their high school counselors after which they complete the application process through the GW Office of Undergraduate Admissions. GW covers the tuition costs of one three-credit or four-credit class for the duration of the Fall and Spring semesters of one academic year. However, all additional fees, books and transportation are the responsibility of the student. The Multicultural Student Services Center manages the academic success process for students.