About 100 operations assistants will help students navigate campus services and serve as customer service representatives for residence halls.
The announcement comes after Metro officials pulled 60 percent of the train fleet after the derailment of a blue line train earlier this month.
Experts said uncertainty over fall campus operations delayed universities’ decisions over how and when to allocate their third stimulus packages.
Interim Chief Technology Officer Jared Johnson said the shortage has “significantly” delayed officials’ technology orders.
After Congress expanded eligibility for FAFSA last June, experts said officials should work to prevent confusion over the implementation of the changes.
Professors from CCAS and the Elliott School discussed how the program will host monthly discussions on topics about religion and public policy.
Higher education experts said Wrighton can lead the University while officials conduct a full presidential search and improve shared governance.
GW’s fundraising totals had a slight uptick last fiscal year after dropped by 17 percent the prior year.
University finances have gradually returned to a pre-pandemic model after officials sought to plug a $180 million budget gap last year.
A spokesperson declined to comment on GW’s contingency plans for the upcoming year if COVID-19 cases spike, deferring to GW’s reopening plan.