GW preserves the legacy of Mount Vernon Seminary and College through an innovative first-year living and learning community on the Mount Vernon campus.
GW commencement speaker Lonnie G. Bunch III encouraged graduates to use their education and skills to do good for others.
Alumni and other members of the GW community are involved in this year’s virtual university-wide commencement celebration and school celebrations.
The 2021-23 Presidential Fellows hope to make an impact with the academic and professional development they gain from the program.
The GW American Parliamentary Debate Society won its first national competition.
APIHC closing keynote features poet and author Ocean Vuong and actor, producer and musician Arden Cho.
More than 300 first-generation students will earn their degrees from GW this year; four of them discussed their journeys and lessons learned along the way.
The annual de-stress event is among several activities offered by the university as final exams approach.
There a number of virtual and in-person resources, including Final Lap events, to help you finish the spring 2021 semester.
In a virtual event, the Daily Show host covered everything from America’s racial reckoning to what he’d study at GW.
Brandon Hill is reelected as SA president, and Kate Carpenter will be the new executive vice president.
The program for undergraduate tutors meets high pedagogical standards, according to the College Reading and Learning Association.
Volunteers have been working since January to assist in registering for COVID-19 vaccine appointments.
Major gifts from alumni, friends and university leadership will enable a GW education for exceptional students regardless of means.
GW Hillel’s new building will provide communal space for students to connect with their Jewish identity and be a hub for cultural, religious and educational opportunities.