Officials plan to hold classes on Labor Day and during Fall Break to reduce student travel and maximize in-person instruction time.
Provost Brian Blake said administrators are discussing starting the fall semester early or concluding in-person classes by Thanksgiving.
The protests turned violent as the night went on, with police responding to firecrackers and property damage with stun grenades and tear gas.
As universities move classes online to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, GW and other institutions are facing lawsuits demanding tuition refunds.
Administrators have developed a Back to Campus Initiative, with a dual focus on academic planning and campus operations.
Provost Brian Blake said officials will disburse the funding to students who apply for the grants through direct checks.
The recommendations include immediately halting all new investments in companies tied to fossil fuels and speeding up GW’s plans to become carbon neutral.
Provost Brian Blake said officials will likely take at least one residence hall offline to be used for quarantined students “at the very minimal.”
University President Thomas LeBlanc said earlier this month that officials are actively developing contingency plans for hybrid or remote instruction.
Provost Brian Blake said officials have “listened” to concerns about Ilana Feldman’s appointment as interim dean of the Elliott School of International Affairs.