Student Resources

We are proud to have each of you as students of the George Washington University, Department of Physician Assistant Studies, and Physician Assistant Program and are committed to assisting you as you progress through your studies. On this page and those that follow, we are striving to provide you easy access to information that will provide you insight into your curriculum, the policies that guide you as a student during your enrollment, and other helpful links to aid you. Please feel free to contact us by phone, email, or dropping by the program offices.

Policies and Procedures

Below you will find links to valuable resources you can refer to throughout your matriculation in the Program.

2017-2018 Student Policies and Procedures Handbook (pdf)

2017-2018 PA Clinical Year Manual (pdf)

Fees and Financial Regulations

Professional Development Resources

Having accepted your offer of admission to the GW PA Program, you have begun your journey to becoming a graduate physician assistant. There are four organizations that are critical to our profession: the American Academy of Physician Assistants, the National Commission on the Certification of Physician Assistants, the Accreditation Review Commission on Physician Assistant Education, and the Physician Assistant Education Association. While each of these organizations has different missions, each provides a vital service to our profession. During your first semester, the PA Role course will explore each in turn and provide you the necessary foundation to understand their importance. Below are links to the organizations for you to explore.

American Academy of Physician Assistants
Accreditation Review Commission on Physician Assistant Education
National Commission on the Certification of Physician Assistants
Physician Assistant Education Association