About 14,800 students used some or all of their printing credit last semester after students received GWorld funds to be used at on-campus kiosks, officials said.
GW will participate in First Forward, a program that connects universities to discuss how to further the success of first-generation students.
SA leaders are holding three pizza dinners in the Marvin Center to answer questions and discuss how the SA functions.
Muslim women and first-generation students will each have an affinity dedicated to their community for the first time next academic year.
Officials overhauled the resident adviser agreement late last month, aligning the University’s program with at least nine of its 12 peer institutions.
SA presidential candidate ShanTorrian Underwood said she wants to use her personal experiences to advocate for students.
The MSA is partnering with United Muslim Relief, a humanitarian relief organization, to raise money for Syrian refugees in Jordan.
Jordan West, the inaugural diversity and inclusion education director, said she has facilitated hundreds of conversations about biases since entering her role.
Of the 150 student leaders contacted by The Hatchet, one student leader said they used an alumni engagement form, while 33 said they didn’t know it existed.
The Student Association Senate did not pass legislation at its last meeting of the semester Monday.