GW students can utilize video and consultations to meet their health needs no matter where they are.
Dr. LeBlanc speaks to GW community about recent racist incidents in the U.S. involving black Americans.
Provost Blake and CFO Diaz announced that $9.1 million in federal CARES Act funds will be available to eligible students.
Students, faculty and other members of the university community continue volunteer and service-learning projects amid the COVID-19 crisis.
We asked the GW Class of 2020 to share messages with their graduating class—a person they'd like to thank, a memory they'll take with them or advice for each other as they navigate their futures.
Seniors celebrated a continued legacy of giving and their contributions to the Senior Class Gift Campaign.
The 2020-22 Presidential Fellows plan to give back to the GW and D.C. communities while continuing their education.
Beginning this fall, all graduating GW seniors are eligible for grants for 25 to 50 percent off graduate tuition for GWSB programs.
Individual schools’ virtual ceremonies begin this Thursday.
Undergraduate students are working to develop a genetically-engineered blood product to replace the need for human donations in clinical blood transfusion treatments through their startup, Ichosia.
There are a lot of resources, including a virtual version of Chalk-In, that can help you finish the spring 2020 semester.
DSA is providing comprehensive well-being services and activities during the virtual learning period
GW Career Services offers advice for navigating the evolving job market.