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The English for Academic Purposes (EAP) program serves enrolled international students of the George Washington University, both graduate and undergraduate, who are speakers of English as a second or additional language. The program’s highly qualified faculty teach the research, writing, and communication skills that form the basis of success in the academic and professional worlds, and the program serves as an important resource for international students at the university.

In addition to the EAP Writing Support Program, the GW Writing Center conducts free, one-on-one sessions with undergraduate and graduate students to assist students with course writing assignments, research papers, theses, and personal statements.


Writing Support Program

The EAP Writing Support Program offers a free, one-on-one, service for GWU students with non-English backgrounds at the Language Center, Phillips Hall 210B during regular semesters. Our tutors are available during any stage of the writing process to work on audience, brainstorming, citation, drafting, evidence, grammar, organization and flow, outlining, paragraphing, revision, thesis, and tone. In addition they are trained to provide focused support for non-native speakers. 

The EAP Writing Support Program for the fall semester will begin on September 22!  Visit our appointment website to make an appointment.

An online comment box is now available for the EAP writing support program. Let us know about your visit and help us improve our program!


EAP Summer Program

Please check the Summer & Special Programs website to learn more about our EAP Summer Program.


Professor Romanova Wins the Morton A. Bender Teaching Award!

Professor Natalia Romanova has been honored with the Morton A. Bender Teaching Award. Click here to see Professor Romanova in action!

Professor Romanova and Provost Lerman

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Mount Vernon Language Cafe Schedule Posted

Please click here to view the complete Mount Vernon Language Cafe Schedule.

For Shuttle Information to Mount Vernon, please click here.