Lorraine Voles, the former vice president of external relations, departed GW at the end of June, officials said.
Administrators had sought the District’s approval of GW’s reopening plan by early July but had yet to publicly announce the plan’s approval.
The order, which excludes Maryland and Virginia, will affect areas based on a seven-day moving average of daily new COVID-19 cases.
The new policy provides exceptions for those eating, drinking, engaging in “vigorous” exercise and those two years or younger.
Officials said they are still aiming for a hybrid instruction model this fall, but the facts “have changed substantially” in the past few weeks and months.
University spokeswoman Crystal Nosal said officials are working “closely” with the Board of Trustees in financial planning efforts.
LeBlanc is also reviewing requests to rename five other campus buildings, according to an online tracker on the University website.
Officials said students on campus will also be required to sign a pledge to follow various health and safety guidelines.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced earlier this month that international students must leave the U.S. this fall if they take classes only online.
The brief supports Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s suit against federal authorities, which was filed Wednesday.