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George Washington University

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George Washington University Campus Tour

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A Day In My Life at the George Washington University before online

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The George Washington University: Raise High

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THE REAL TEA ABOUT THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY

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Campus Profile - George Washington University - GWU

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The xylophone really hits different over Zoom https://t.co/OssOXB9S8o

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GW alum @hadas_gold (B.A. '10, M.A. '12) recorded a message for the Class of 2020! https://t.co/2WYWuVsEIB

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Messages from the Class of 2020 🎓 https://t.co/UPKOblrHy0

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Congratulations and Raise High to the George Washington University Class of 2020! https://t.co/L8GhijhWmW

The George Washington University is a private research university in Washington, D.C. Charted by an act of the United States Congress in 1821, GW was founded on the basis of the wishes of George Washington, 1st President of the United States, for a national university within the nation's capital. The original name of the institution was the Columbian College in the District of Columbia.
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  • Founding 

  • 19th century 

  • 20th century 

  • 21st century 

  • Campuses 

  • Foggy Bottom 

  • Mount Vernon Campus 

  • Virginia Science and Technology Campus 

  • Organization 

  • Columbian College of Arts and Sciences 

  • Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration 

  • School of Media and Public Affairs 

  • Corcoran School of the Arts and Design 

  • School of Business 

  • School of Medicine and Health Sciences 

  • School of Engineering and Applied Science 

  • Elliott School of International Affairs 

  • School of Nursing 

  • Law School 

  • College of Professional Studies 

  • Graduate School of Political Management 

  • Milken Institute School of Public Health 

  • Admission 

  • Enrollment 

  • Rankings 

  • Research 

  • Student life 

  • Student organizations 

  • Scholarly societies 

  • Campus media 

  • Environmental sustainability 

  • Athletics 

  • Basketball 

  • Baseball 

  • Football 

  • Spirit programs 

  • Club sports 

  • Notable alumni 

  • Notable faculty