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The George Washington University is an expensive educational institution in the United States for undergraduate education. Even though tuition is guaranteed to remain at the freshman rate for up to ten continuous (full time) semesters of attendance at the university, tuition has risen 58 percent over the past seven years. That tuition rate only applies to the incoming Class of 2011 and those who remain at the university after 10 full-time semesters. However, GW also gives the most need-based financial aid in the country.
For incoming freshmen of the 2007-2008 school year, the tuition for the George Washington University was $50,670 per year, including room and board. The George Washington University is currently the most expensive university in the world.
- ↑ "GW - Cost & Financial Aid". College Board. Retrieved on 2008-3-1.
- ↑ "The World's Most Expensive Univerisities". Forbes. Retrieved on 2008-3-1.