Bowser also declared a state of emergency Monday and announced an expansion of the District’s COVID-19 testing programs.
Officials presented a report at a Faculty Senate meeting Friday that stated that CAPS handled 2,739 student appointments this fall with a depleted staff.
Some GW Libraries services may be temporarily down after a major Amazon Web Services outage.
Mayor Muriel Bowser refrained from reinstating a blanket indoor mask mandate after dropping the requirement last month.
Students will be able to pick up their cards from the University Student Center after returning from Thanksgiving break, according to an email from officials.
GWTeach students and faculty have distributed thousands of classroom materials donated by the Smithsonian Science Education Center.
Bowser said the District will move away from a blanket mandate, instead encouraging individuals to follow “risk-based guidance” from DC Health.
The plan will guide future construction projects, potentially including a new ambulatory care center and student center and a ”reimagined” Kogan Plaza.
Workers from more than half a dozen food trucks said they have reopened on campus this fall, stabilizing business coming out the pandemic.
Faculty say the University should prioritize the GW community’s concerns about shared governance before strategic planning.