The Student Association Senate passed a resolution Wednesday supporting the University’s efforts to update its harassment and discrimination policies.
The SA Senate passed a bill Monday night clarifying several terms, updating pronouns, and correcting spelling and grammatical errors in the group’s bylaws.
Student leaders said they celebrated a “win” last week after the Board of Trustees voted to allow students to take a free 18th credit next fall.
University President Thomas LeBlanc said he is concerned about the increasing number of students vying for an internship as soon as they set foot on campus.
Amid increased pressure from student leaders to expand the 17-credit cap, officials said they’re looking into the logistics of offering a free 18th credit.
After at least one year heading student organizations, graduating student leaders value their graduation cords over their diploma.
Despite initial faculty fears, there has been no “meaningful” impact on academic performance from the test-optional admissions policy.
Ojani Walthrust said he wants to be the SA’s executive vice president to represent and amplify marginalized voices on campus.
Admissions experts said political activism could actually be a positive for students trying to land a coveted spot in top universities.
GW is investigating why students opt to not use their federal work study. Officials said the survey will help them make decisions aiming to increase retention.