Eliminating a fixed tuition policy will allow GW to bring its cost of attendance in line with peer institutions, experts said.
Freshmen said the new model gave them a larger window to meet their peers and familiarize themselves with University resources.
A two-car accident occurred at 24th and H streets Thursday morning, according to a man involved in the incident.
Incoming students next fall will no longer pay a fixed tuition rate during their tenure at the University, according to a release Monday.
Incoming students will participate in a first-of-its-kind orientation focused on building connections between transfer and first-year students this week.
Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans threatened WMATA officials with termination to suppress an ethics probe into his business dealings.
Student Association leaders spent summer break gaining momentum on projects the organization began last year.
About 100 family members and friends of graduates attended the annual Interfaith Baccalaureate Service Saturday to reflect on how faith has played a role in their lives.
Family and staff gathered to celebrate Columbian College of Arts and Sciences master’s students in the Smith Center Friday.
A local governing body called on District officials to modify sections of Virginia Avenue to enhance pedestrian safety at its monthly meeting Wednesday night.