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Virtual Engagement

Now more than ever, maintaining our connection to each other is so important. Social distancing asks us to be physically apart, but there are still many ways to stay engaged with the GW community.

The Office of Student Life is here to share opportunities for engagement at a distance by curating thoughtful ways to connect with each other throughout the virtual fall semester.

Take a look at what's happening and let us know if you have an activity or idea to be featured. We look forward to connecting with you from wherever you are in the world as we #RaiseHigh from afar!

View Virtual Events and Resources

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Campus Living and Residential Education

Access to GW’s campuses this fall is limited to only students, faculty and staff who have been granted special permission to enter university buildings.

Those granted access include students approved to live in the residence halls, faculty who applied to teach or conduct research on campus this fall, and staff who need access to campus to perform essential functions of their job.

The Campus Living and Residential Education (CLRE) team stands ready to assist our residential students and hosts a variety of events for residential students.

Virtual services are still available to those not on campus.

Get the Latest Campus Living Updates

 

 

How do you Raise UP?

Well-being

Raise Up GW is our initiative dedicated to helping students engage in a comprehensive well-being experience. We empower our students to actively engage in well-being activities that are supportive of holistic lifestyles, no matter where they are.

Through this initiative, students will gain an understanding of GW resources and will learn how to help others in need.

View our Well-being Initiatives

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CARE Network

At GW, we aim to create a community that cares for one another. From the moment students arrive on campus, they begin to find their place at the university. The college experience can often be challenging, and asking for help can be difficult. The CARE Network reaches out to offer support so that students can be as successful as possible through graduation.

Submit a CARE Report

 

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