DSS is committed to fostering a positive student experience, and these resources reflect that commitment. Students who are formally registered with DSS can make use of these resources throughout their time at the university. We will be happy to assist you as you navigate your academic careers.
Is provided by Academic Commons in the Gelman Library, providing support for Peer tutoring, Speaking with Instructors, Taking notes, Using a textbook efficiently, Studying for exams and tests and time management and scheduling. .
Career Support Specialists in the Career Services Office provide job and internship guidance.
We offer appointments to current and prospective GW students who would like to learn about potential disability accommodations for LD and ADHD diagnoses.
We can help arrange disability accommodations within your study abroad program.
Additional Disability Resources and Services
Students can find other disability-related resources not available on the Disability Support Services or at the university below. By visiting any of the following resources below, you will be exiting the Disability Support Services at The George Washington University's website. Please feel free to review the external resources information to see how it can best assist you.
Produced by Speech Pathology Master's Programs. This site highlights the resources that students may find on campus and how to find them. Also, it provides numerous helpful links for college students with speech disorders (Stuttering, Voice Therapy, Aphasia, Autism, and Communicative Disorders, Executive Functioning Disorders).