George Washington University Gets Pickier

With more students applying, the percentage of applicants being accepted has fallen. Here's some advice from the undergrad director of admissions

A school's location certainly affects on the type of student who attends—and succeeds. George Washington University's School of Business is a prime example. Set in Washington, D.C.,'s Foggy Bottom, GW is literally within walking distance of the White House, the Lincoln and Washington monuments, countless other government buildings, and several major businesses.

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