Tips for making college friends from home
Take out your phone or open your laptop to follow these suggestions for making friends in your first semester at GW.
Advice for freshmen from STAR leaders
STAR leaders said you can still make the most out of your time from home by staying engaged and prioritizing yourself.
Get up to speed on student activism from the summer, academic year
From a pass/fail grading scale to dropping the Colonials moniker, here are the top issues students have been advocating for before you got to GW.
D.C. bucket list: What to look forward to once you’re in town
You might not get a full campus feel this fall, but there’s a laundry list of places to look forward to visiting once you’re living in the District.
Resources to take care of your mental health in your first year
Despite the distance, GW is still offering several virtual mental health resources to ensure you prioritize yourself through the pandemic.
How to succeed in online classes
Take some time to connect with professors, practice a self-care routine and stay in touch with classmates to alleviate some worries.
Social media orientation: Accounts to follow for news, updates and connections
As we navigate classes from all parts of the globe, social media is a sure-fire way to connect with administrators, students and faculty.
How to stay engaged with student activities from a distance
The move online has paused all physical student activities, but you’d be surprised at the number of groups that are staying strong with a virtual presence.