Snow is expected to dust the city Monday, and two counties in Virginia announced their public schools will be closed.
The GW Business School fell nine slots to No. 65 while the the Graduate School of Education and Human Development slipped 11 slots to No. 55.
The GW Law School reclaimed a spot in U.S. News and World report’s top 20 law schools Tuesday after it dropped to No. 21 last year.
The University accepted 64 percent of its early decision applicants this year, a 20-point spike and the highest rate in five years after a steep drop-off in applications.
Several restaurants and stores in Foggy Bottom are closed or will close early because of the snow.
Dean of Student Affairs Peter Konwerski said the website will outline all violations and penalties against GW’s nearly 500 student organizations, a major step toward transparency for officials who have mostly declined to discuss groups’ disciplinary records.
The 74-year-old Virginia resident claims police should not have charged him with disorderly conduct because he did not “threaten a breach of the peace,” according to the complaint filed Feb. 13.
After GW denied him admission last fall, a Mexican-American man named Eric Flores tried to take the University to court for failing to weigh his race in its decision.
The University’s student-faculty ratio shrunk to nearly 13-to-1 from just about 14-to-1 the previous year, a steep decline that Provost Steven Lerman attributed to last year’s spree of professor hires coinciding with a larger graduating class.
GW will renovate every residence hall on a seven-year schedule starting this summer with The Dakota, International House and City Hall.