MHA@GW students receive academic, professional, social and personal guidance throughout their graduate experience, including:
During the admissions process, you will have a dedicated admissions counselor who is available to answer your questions and guide you through applying to the program.
Upon admission to MHA@GW, you will be assigned a student advisor who is available to meet face-to-face via the online platform for academic and professional support.
Once you enroll as a student, you will work with our student services team, who will help you get acclimated to our online learning community and is available for any technical support needs you have.
While you’re earning your degree, you will have access to University resources such as library materials and live events, as well as one-on-one guidance from faculty during live online office hours.
As part of the program, you will attend real-world immersion experiences to network, develop leadership skills and see firsthand the structure and operations of high-performing health care systems.
Upon completion of your degree, you will be invited to participate in the on-campus graduation ceremony for the Milken Institute School of Public Health.
After you graduate, you will enter into the George Washington Alumni Association and be able to maintain lifelong connections to GW alumni worldwide.
Milken Institute students are also encouraged to access the Student Handbook for policies, procedures and resources, as well as the GW University Bulletin to track events and important developments.
To learn more about MHA@GW student support services, contact an Admissions Counselor at 855-642-2849 or via email.
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