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Graduate Schools in the Washington, D.C. Area

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  1. George Mason University

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    125 Niche users give it an average review of 4.6 stars.

    Featured Review: Niche User says George Mason University is renowned for its dedication to entrepreneurship and innovation and for having a diverse student body and faculty. It provided me with various tools and chances to support...I take classes at George Mason from intelligent professors who are authorities in their subjects. They employ a range of instructional techniques to aid me in learning, including lectures, talks,...George Mason could consider increasing resources that helped me with support services, such as tutoring, academic advising, and mental health services. The university offered me emerging fields, such....

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  2. Howard University

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    Graduate School,


    42 Niche users give it an average review of 4.4 stars.

    Featured Review: Other says I was recently accepted to Howard University’s PA school and will start classes in August. My experience so far at the university has been pleasant. I'm excited to attend a university known to help...Coming from a smaller city, I think it will take some time to get used to driving and navigating the city. The traffic in the area can be overwhelming at times. Luckily, there are other modes of...Altogether, I believe that knowledgeable, personable, and experienced faculty will help me to become a competent, empathic, and passionate PA. I look forward to starting in Aug.

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  3. The Catholic University of America

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    37 Niche users give it an average review of 4.7 stars.

    Featured Review: Master's Student says During a pandemic, I was worried that school would be lacking resources or that the classes would suffer. This was not the case with Catholic University! My classes were even more helpful and amazing....

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  4. University of the District of Columbia

    Graduate School,


    15 Niche users give it an average review of 4.2 stars.

    Featured Review: Senior says The Factbook Fall 2010- Fall 2011 represents the ongoing commitment of the Office of InstitutionalResearch to provide updated information about the University of the District of Columbia. In consort withthe overall changes being made in relation to the data infrastructure at UDC, the Office of InstitutionalResearch strives to provide data and information that has integrity, is complete and accurate. The Officehas been working and coordinating with all business units with reporting functions to ensure those targets.The primary purpose of this publication is to provide the readers with frequently requested statisticalinformation used in planning, reporting, and outcomes assessment. Generally, the data contained in thisdocument represent official institutional records used for institutional planning, assessment ofeffectiveness and reporting to accrediting, federal and local agencies..

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