The SA deliberated the body’s plans to address COVID-19 and passed legislation pressing for more student aid as GW prepares for an online semester.
Students seeking to live on campus for the fall semester must apply by July 30 to be considered, an email sent to students Wednesday states.
The Student Association released a statement Thursday calling on officials to implement a dozen changes to the University’s fall reopening plan.
The Milken Institute School of Public Health has been temporarily closed because of flooding, according to a GW Advisory sent to the community Friday.
Metropolitan Police Department and D.C. Fire and Emergency Services responded to the 600 block of 21st Street Monday for a report of a suspicious vehicle.
The District passed 100 homicides Tuesday, a 23 percent increase from this time last year, according to Metropolitan Police Department Data.
All of the University’s peer institutions will offer at least some classes through a hybrid format, which includes a mix of in-person and online instruction.
Businesses near campus have received hundreds of thousands of dollars from the federal government under the Paycheck Protection Program.
The School of Nursing and the United Medical Center will provide health screenings and COVID-19 testing to some D.C. Housing Authority residents.
The DHS Science and Technology Directorate tapped GW to house a center to train graduate students in homeland security technology.