More veteran and military-affiliated students have been affected by delays in benefits from the Department of Veteran Affairs this year than in previous years.
About 40 people gathered in the Marvin Center Great Hall Friday for GW’s 10th annual wreath-laying ceremony to commemorate Veterans Day.
The Office of Military and Veteran Student Services is fully staffed for the first time in two years after hiring four staffers over the past five months.
About 100 people gathered in the Marvin Center Tuesday night to remember the victims of the 9/11 terror attacks.
Students leaving their residence halls dropped off more than 50,000 pounds of donations last month for Green Move-Out.
Officials announced a series of new short-term initiatives to improve veteran student life at GW earlier this semester after completing a departmental review this fall.
Former service members said priority registration would allow them to complete their education sooner.
The Forever G.I. Bill offers new benefits like expanded tuition support and eliminates the time limit for veterans to use educational aid.
Nine undergraduate students older than the majority of their peers said the population feels disconnected from the rest of campus because of their age.
The departure of a top veterans affairs official will leave the University’s veterans office with just three full-time employees.