As The University continues to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic, the decision to protect public health and minimize risk will be our top priority. More information about Summer 2021 will be updated on our website in the coming months.
- Summer on Campus
Summer on Campus
GW offers an unparalleled mix of intellectual and cultural resources that makes for a vibrant urban classroom experience. D.C. is home to national and international organizations, embassies and cultural institutions that create a wealth of public programs, exhibits and special events.Learn more about student resources and activities
Summer Immersion costs include program fees, supplies, room and board. Commuter options are also available.
GW invites international high school students to spend the summer in one of our many Pre-College course options. Summer Immersion options are available to international students who are already in the U.S. on a visitor visa.
Chat hours will resume March 2020.
We are eager to get to know you and answer your questions about our summer programs, application requirements, campus life and more.
Add gwsummer to your Skype contact list and message us during our chat hours: Mondays, 10:00-11:00am & Wednesdays, 4:00-5:00pm EST.
"I decided to come to GW because D.C. is located in one of America’s most diplomatic areas and it is somewhere I would like to be with my future in international relations. Being here has really taught me about all the professions in law and just visiting all the offices has really influenced me on what I would like to do in the future. I have decided on what I would like to major in in college."
Layla E., Pre-College Alumna, Principles of International Law
"I believe the best part of this program is that it introduced me to many different fields. It taught me what I truly look forward to doing in life and it taught me what college will be like in the future."
Noah A., Pre-College Alumnus, Principles of International Law
"My favorite part about my class was that we had a TA and a teacher who really truly cared about teaching us, and were really knowledgeable about it – and even if they weren’t in a certain area, they would try and help us. It taught me what I want to focus on in a career and I made a lot of good friends from all over the world."
Emily A., Pre-College Alumna, Biomedical Engineering
"I think the best part of this program was getting to discuss politics but also with people from such diverse backgrounds and so many different places. It was really, really interesting to see everyone’s different points of view and make friends with people from all over."
Ian M., Pre-College Alumnus, Election Politics