GWU Columbian College Undergraduate Advising

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Admitted Medical Student Panel - Pre-Health Info Sessions and Events 04/19/2024

If you're interested in pursuing a pre-health track, you'll want to mark your calendar for Wednesday, April 24th at 4:30 PM! Join our Pre-Health Advisors as they talk with students who have been accepted to MD and DO medical schools in the current application cycle. Learn about their experiences leading up to being a successful applicant and what the application cycle is really like.

The registration link can be found here:

Admitted Medical Student Panel - Pre-Health Info Sessions and Events Please join us as we talk to students who have been accepted to MD and DO medical schools in the current application cycle. Learn about their experiences leading up to being a successful applicant and what the application cycle is really like. This panel will be moderated by the Pre-Health Advising

GW Alliance for a Sustainable Future Celebration 04/17/2024

Join us TONIGHT at 6 PM in the Lisner Auditorium for A Celebration of the GW Alliance for a Sustainable Future! Hear from a roundtable discussion and keynote speakers to celebrate creativity, scholarship, and leadership to advance a more sustainable way of life for the health of our planet. For more information, please visit the following link:

GW Alliance for a Sustainable Future Celebration Join the George Washington University Alliance for a Sustainable Future and President Ellen M. Granberg at a celebration of creativity, scholarship and leadership to advance a more sustainable way of life for the health of our planet. The dynamic program will include a roundtable discussion with GW....

Google Forms: Sign-in 04/11/2024

📢 Calling all students passionate about creating a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive community within CCAS! 📢

The Columbian College Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Council is actively seeking representatives! As a representative member of the council, you will play a crucial role in shaping and advancing DEI programming and initiatives across the college. This is your chance to leave a lasting impact on the community and contribute to the creation of a more supportive and inclusive environment for everyone! Interested students should complete the following Google form by Friday, May 17th:

Google Forms: Sign-in Access Google Forms with a personal Google account or Google Workspace account (for business use).

04/09/2024

Mark your calendar for one week from today for the CCAS Research Showcase!
Join us on Tuesday, April 16th at the USC's 3rd Floor Ballrooms to learn about the fascinating and impactful work of our students and their research mentors! Everyone from the CCAS community (faculty, staff, and students alike) is encouraged to come.
The Graduate Poster Session will run from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM, and the Undergraduate Poster Session will run from 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM. Find more information about this event at the following link: https://blogs.gwu.edu/ccasresearchshowcase/

Undergraduate Advising | Undergraduate Academic Advising | Columbian College of Arts & Sciences | The George Washington University 04/08/2024

Fall 2024 general registration opened today, so you can now go back into GWeb and make changes to your schedule as needed! Waitlists for Fall 2024 courses also opened up today at 9 AM EST.

As a reminder, 30-minute appointments with CCAS advisors have resumed as of today, April 8th. In addition, we are still offering our daily drop-in advising office hours at our regularly scheduled times. For more information on our drop-in advising office hours or to schedule a 30-minute advising appointment, visit our website linked below!

Undergraduate Advising | Undergraduate Academic Advising | Columbian College of Arts & Sciences | The George Washington University All undergraduate Columbian College students are assigned an advisor based on last name. Schedule an appointment with your POD or email us with questions.

Undergraduate Advising | Undergraduate Academic Advising | Columbian College of Arts & Sciences | The George Washington University 04/03/2024

We are now about halfway through Fall 2024 registration week!
As a reminder, CCAS Advisors are not taking 30-minute appointments this week in an effort to support as many students as possible.
Instead, we are offering drop-in advising hours through Friday, April 5th every day from 10:00am to 12:00pm and 2:00pm to 4:00pm. Drop-in appointments will be held on a "first come, first serve" basis and are designed to address any questions that can be answered in 5-15 minutes. General Advising appointments will resume on April 8th.
For more information on how to join our drop-in advising via Zoom, check out our website below.

Undergraduate Advising | Undergraduate Academic Advising | Columbian College of Arts & Sciences | The George Washington University All undergraduate Columbian College students are assigned an advisor based on last name. Schedule an appointment with your POD or email us with questions.

03/21/2024

The Yulee Symposium is an annual event that features scholars in the Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (WGSS) field.
Mark your calendar for next Wednesday (03/27) where the Yulee Symposium will be featuring Professor Richa Nagar for a talk on "Hungry Translations: Yearning for Justice."
For more information on this event and how to register, please visit the following link: https://calendar.gwu.edu/event/2024_womens_gender_and_sexuality_studies_wgss_yulee_symposium

03/20/2024

If you're currently taking French, Spanish, German, Russian, or Italian courses, consider attending this Alumni Panel next Monday hosted by the Department of Romance, German, & Slavic Languages & Literatures! See the flyer below for more details.

Paid Internships 03/19/2024

Calling all students interested in Human Resources and/or Community Engagement - The Phillips Collection is currently hiring current juniors, seniors, and recent graduates for their paid internship program! Note that the application deadline is coming up quickly on the 25th. For more information on the program and application, please visit their website:

Paid Internships The Phillips Collection is committed to bringing Duncan Phillips’s “intimate museum combined with an experiment station” into the work environment. The Phillips seeks to build its dedicated and creative team with new interns.

03/18/2024

This Saturday, March 23rd, join Military & Veteran Services and the Nashman Center in their annual Veteran Day of Service! For more information (including how to register by the deadline of tomorrow at 11:59 PM!), please visit the following page: https://serve.gwu.edu/veteran-day-service

03/14/2024

Students interested in Physics, Biophysics, and Astronomy & Astrophysics, mark your calendars for the Physics Majors & Minors Open House happening next week! See details for this event below:

Photos from GWU Columbian College Undergraduate Advising's post 03/13/2024

If you're considering law school, you should also consider attending the GW Arbitration Week Symposium happening next Wednesday and Thursday! Check out the acclaimed speakers who will be featured below.
For more information and to RSVP, visit the following link: https://www.asil.org/event/gw-arbitration-week-symposium

03/11/2024

Summer 2024 course registration opens this Friday, March 15th and the CCAS Dean's Summer Scholarship application also opens this Friday, March 15th! ☀️
If you would like to apply for this funding opportunity, you can find more information here: https://columbian.gwu.edu/summer-scholarship -to-apply

03/08/2024

Summer 2024 course registration opens in one week! Consider registering for one of the online asynchronous Computer Science classes being offered this summer.
All summer course offerings can now be viewed in the Schedule of Classes (my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/).

CCAS Protecting The Liberal Arts Educational Experience | Columbian College of Arts & Sciences | The George Washington University 03/05/2024

As a CCAS student, you get access to a robust liberal arts education!

This Wednesday, March 6th at 3:00 pm in the University Student Center Amphitheater, there will be a panel discussion titled "Protecting the Liberal Arts Educational Experience". This lecture will showcase the richness of the educational experience worth saving. From the banning of books to the failures of not acknowledging scientific evidence of a continuing climate crisis, this event seeks to educate the community on why liberal arts education is so important.

If you are interested in attending to learn from distinguished panelists from various disciplines, please register by tonight at 11:59 PM: https://columbian.gwu.edu/ccas-protecting-liberal-arts-educational-experience

Have questions about the event? Direct them via email to [email protected].

We hope to see you there!

CCAS Protecting The Liberal Arts Educational Experience | Columbian College of Arts & Sciences | The George Washington University The theme for this year's lecture is "Protecting the Liberal Arts Educational Experience," and we are looking for panelists to highlight the contributions of their field to the liberal arts experience.

03/03/2024

If you're considering continuing at GW with a graduate program, mark your calendar for our various Graduate Information Sessions. In these sessions, you can learn about different programs such as the Applied Economics M.S., Art Therapy M.A., and more! (Plus, when you attend any of the information sessions, you can request and receive a fee waiver code to use when submitting your application!)

Check out the complete list of information sessions happening at the following link: https://columbian.gwu.edu/graduate-information-sessions

Note that our soonest one is happening tomorrow, March 4th, from 12:00-1:00 PM for our Forensic Sciences (MS, MFS, Graduate Certificate) program!

03/02/2024

If you're still trying to figure out your Summer 2024 plans, consider studying abroad! The GW Institute for Korean Studies is hosting a two-week study abroad program that runs from June 23rd to July 6, 2024. This program gives students the opportunity to learn about South Korea through visits to various historical sites, museums, and institutions throughout the country.

Don't wait too long to decide - the deadline to apply is tomorrow, March 3rd, 2024 at 11:59 PM EST! The application and more information can be accessed at the following link: https://gwiks.elliott.gwu.edu/summer-study-abroad-program/summer-2024/

03/31/2022
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Are you looking for a course for the Spring 2022 semester?

Undergraduate Advising | CCAS Undergraduate Advising | The George Washington University 08/28/2021

Have a quick advising question or concern? Then stop by our drop-in office hours! These are an opportunity for a ten minute conversation with an advisor with no appointment necessary. We will be holding office hours via Zoom only. The Fall 2021 office hour schedule is below. You can learn more about office hours at the link below.

Monday: 10am-12pm
Tuesday: 1-3pm
Wednesday: 2-4pm
Thursday: 11am-1pm
Friday: 10am-12pm

https://advising.columbian.gwu.edu/undergraduate-advising -hours

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05/15/2021

Congratulations to the CCAS Class of 2021 on a job well done! We hope that you enjoy your Celebration day!

04/30/2021

Please note that today, Friday, April 30, is the last day of our drop-in office hours for the Spring 2021 semester. We wish you all the best with finals!

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