Officials received the gifts from 17 different bequests, which will all be used toward financial aid.
Campaign GW, one of the University’s sustainability-focused organizations, will pause its operations amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Trustees developed an annual budget in early September, months later than usual as a result of ongoing financial uncertainty.
School of Business officials are holding their second annual “Entrepreneurship Week” in a virtual format this week.
The resolution asks officials to adopt the minor and includes a proposal written from CCAS professors outlining course requirements for the minor.
Students may not request the building of their choice to ensure “an equitable process” for those interested in applying for housing.
Officials from the School of Medicine and Health Sciences gave an update on the progress of GW’s COVID-19 trials at a press conference Wednesday.
Students said the testing center has provided them with a “peace of mind” to see friends and carry out their daily activities.
Students said they plan to move to D.C. before the start of the spring semester in hopes of spending time with their friends and living in the city.
Students said despite GW’s resources to navigate law school applications, they still want an adviser who can work with them one-on-one.