Doctoral students are petitioning for changes to funding packages as the COVID-19 pandemic increases workloads and reduces work opportunities.
Provost Brian Blake said he wants students with outstanding balances to be able to register for classes amid the pandemic.
Officials warned the GW community to avoid using Zoom in light of a vulnerability that allows hackers to send malicious links in chats.
Most private student loan servicers are suspending payments for up to three months after Congress passed a bill granting relief to students with federal loans.
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority is now projecting that the Silver Line extension will open in April 2021, more than two years past the original December 2018 completion goal.
Student organization leaders will use platforms like Zoom and FaceTime to maintain relationships among members and hold executive board meetings.
GW is enlisting JK Moving and Storage Squad to use video chat to identify and pack students’ belongings, which will be stored until the next academic year.
Officials are allowing students slated to study abroad this fall to apply for on-campus housing “as a back-up.”
Faculty teaching arts and science courses are using videos and online interactive exercises in place of on-campus activities for the rest of the semester.
Officials say they have put enrollment measures in place in anticipation of reduced international student enrollment in the Class of 2024.