Junior Howard Brookins narrowly secured the SA presidency Friday, the first black president of the organization in a decade.
The University is under investigation by the U.S. Department of Education for alleged Title IX violations.
LeBlanc said the federal spending package passed last week will provide some financial relief to the University but added that it did not go far enough.
Students will be allowed to retrieve their belongings from their residence hall in the coming days as classes remain online.
GW is the third D.C.-area university to suspend classes on campus in the wake of the outbreak, joining dozens of other universities across the country.
CCAS interim Dean Paul Wahlbeck said faculty should arrange plans to move classes online “should that become necessary.”
Administrators have informed students participating in study abroad programs in Italy to leave the country as officials begin “scaling back” operations.
LeBlanc apologized for his comments in the video, which leaders in the SA’s Black Senators’ Caucus characterized as “racially insensitive.”
Former Phi Sigma Sigma President Alison Janega has disaffiliated from the sorority after a racist photo posted to her Snapchat account emerged Wednesday.
Panhellenic sororities are prohibited from holding social events or participating in informal fall recruitment.