While more minority students are attending GW than ever before, black and Hispanic undergraduates remain underrepresented on campus.
It’s not enough to just say that Dreamers have our support. We must show our support through tangible actions.
University President Thomas LeBlanc’s priorities are well-chosen, but students will need to see visible benchmarks that show progress this year.
For some students, the cost of attendance proves to be insurmountable with or without current financial aid programs. But there could be a solution.
In a farewell letter, University President Steven Knapp thanked the the GW community for its support and detailed the legacy he hopes to leave behind.
About 42,000 alumni contributed to the campaign, which officially ended June 30 and raised funds for construction projects, student aid and academic programs.
Officials threw their support behind the Trump administration’s decision to keep an Obama-era protection for young undocumented immigrants in tact.
When the Class of 2021 arrives on campus, new University President Thomas LeBlanc will be experiencing a year at GW for the first time alongside them.
Campus news from the past year has raised questions about what the future at GW will look like. Here are some of the changes to watch out for.
University President Steven Knapp joined more than 150 university presidents in signing a pledge to follow the Paris climate agreement despite President Donald Trump’s decision to exit the pact.