Starting this fall, GW’s entire 18-person admissions office is being tasked with “recruiting the world,” instead of leaving international recruitment to just a few.
Strengthening the school’s reputation abroad could help boost enrollment in its graduate programs after graduate enrollment slumped across the University last year.
After spending years studying the treatment of disabled people in World War II, English professor David Mitchell will take his class to Germany for the first time.
Since Greek life was established at GW more than 150 years ago, sororities and fraternities have become a part of University history, now making up a third of our campus population.
Staff in GW’s alcohol education office are exploring a smartphone application to help educate students about their alcohol use.
The University’s top financial officer earned a larger compensation package than his counterparts at GW’s competitors schools last year, though most outperform the institution financially.