Most respondents said Blake presented little to no data to support his plans and did not follow their recommendations for changes to his plans.
The new changes allow students to inform their professors of an absence due to a religious holiday up to three weeks before the holiday.
Officials updated the spring semester’s academic calendar to maintain a “traditional” weeklong spring break and cancel classes on Inauguration Day.
Study abroad officials will offer a virtual exchange program this spring for international students facing travel restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Provost Brian Blake said he consulted with administrators to make his decision and created an online form for students to submit their requests.
The advisory requires visitors to get tested within 72 hours of traveling and to avoid travel if in contact with an individual who has tested positive.
Wahlbeck said though the COVID-19 pandemic has shifted his goals, he is still working to strengthen CCAS’ educational offerings.
School of Business officials are holding their second annual “Entrepreneurship Week” in a virtual format this week.
Students said despite GW’s resources to navigate law school applications, they still want an adviser who can work with them one-on-one.
Faculty said they have hosted weekly virtual events like guest speakers and cooking lessons but have found it difficult to engage with students.