The MFA originally received the $20 million line of credit after spending three times its revenue in fiscal years 2015 and 2016.
GW community members will be able to manage their NetID passwords through a text message, alternate email or security questions starting Monday.
Mark Diaz helped restructure the medical enterprise, spearhead two strategic initiatives and address campus safety issues in his first year.
M. Brian Blake, the current provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at Drexel University, will arrive at GW in “early November.”
Grace Speights, GW’s first female and first African American board chair, will lead the board as officials begin planning for GW’s next strategic plan.
The mother-daughter duo discussed feminism, impeachment and their newest book, “The Book of Gutsy Women: Favorite Stories of Courage and Resilience.”
Trustees did not approve next year’s tuition rate at their October meeting, departing from last year’s initiative to move the vote earlier in the year.
Officials notified students last week of a data leak revealing about 5,000 GW community members’ usernames and passwords to accounts with Chegg’s services.
Officials will expand fertility and gender dysphoria benefits while increasing some caps on life insurance plans and healthcare-related spending accounts.
Officials said about 2,600 alumni worked as volunteers for GW during fiscal year 2019, about a 14.6 percent annual decrease from the year before.