SEAS will launch two online computer science programs this fall – the Gateway to Computer Science Certificate and the master’s in applied computer science.
With housing applications about to be released for the fall, now is the time to invest in sustainable residence hall essentials that will make your space greener.
The senate passed a resolution condemning anti-Asian racism and urging officials to support the Asian Pacific Islander Desi community at a meeting Monday.
Without in-person events, student leaders said they’ve upped virtual programming to prevent feelings of isolation among members.
GW signed onto a letter to Congress on Thursday with about 1,200 other organizations, calling on lawmakers to double the maximum grant amount.
The Student Bar Association Senate ratified the group’s spring election results after a runoff election for the SBA’s top spot at a meeting Tuesday.
Undergraduate international student enrollment this academic year fell slightly below its peer institutions and the national average.
The fund will provide aid to Native American students or those in the Black Law Students Association interested in studying intellectual property law.
The “Connect to Campus” student video blogger series launched last semester follows three students’ daily lives attending GW during the pandemic.
The kickoff “Charter Day” ceremony will take place Tuesday at 4 p.m., featuring prominent alumni and two past University presidents.