Housed in a city unlike any other, our students gain an education unlike any other. The whole city is our classroom, and our students emerge not just with a diploma, but with experiences that could only happen at GW.
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A tour focusing on GW campus traditions and athletics!
A tour focusing on the history of student-led social justice initiatives at GW and around DC.
A tour highlighting green spaces on campus and student-led sustainability initiatives.
Learn about resources available to students to assist them through their undergraduate experience.
Explore students’ favorite hidden study spots and green spaces around campus.
Take a look at all the housing options available on our Foggy Bottom campus for incoming first-year students at George Washington University!
Ames Hall skybox window overlooking the baseball field.
GW residence halls include common spaces, such as this lounge in District House.
Students can reserve spaces like this meeting room for study sessions, meetings, or events.
While District House is primarily a residence hall, its two lower levels features dining options, meeting rooms, collaboration space, and a dance studio!
This double-occupancy room in District House gives you an idea of GW's upperclass residence hall rooms.
The light-filled main hall of Duquès reminds students of our interconnected global economy - and the network of GW alumni working around the globe.
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