Meet Us On The Road

Graphical representation of two people talking with map points to represent how prospective students can interact with GW on the road

While we want you to visit campus to experience GW and talk to us in person, you can still connect with us even if you can't make it to D.C. Our representatives travel throughout the world during the academic year. Some of our travel is listed below. We encourage you to meet with us when we are in your area.


College Fairs
GW attends numerous college fairs throughout the year. Fall 2019 fairs are coming soon. If you are looking for college fairs, check out the complete list of NACAC National College Fairs.


Metropolitan Universities Tour; Graphical representation of various urban areas

Metropolitan Universities Tour
GW is teaming up with Southern Methodist University, Tulane University, Northeastern University, New York University, and University of Miami to introduce prospective students to the academic, interdisciplinary, and social experiences that are possible at each of our unique institutions. Join admission representatives while we share the unique aspects of our schools and cities, plus tips for the application process.

Spring 2019 Events:

  • Indianapolis, IN
  • Cincinnati, OH
  • Cleveland, OH
  • Columbus, OH
  • Pittsburgh, PA
  • Dallas, TX
  • El Paso, TX
  • Fort Worth, TX
  • Lubbock, TX
  • Midland, TX

Register for the Metropolitan Universities Tour.


Group Travel
Join Brandeis, Case Western Reserve, George Washington, and Rochester at the sessions listed below. Use the links to register.


GW On The Road
Learn how students and faculty put knowledge into action to solve real-world issues and why they're proud to be Colonials. Hear about GW's many academic programs, research opportunities, internship options, and college life in Washington, D.C. Learn about the admission process and ask questions of your GW admission counselor.

  • Fall 2019 dates to be announced


High School Visits
GW visits many high schools around the world. Watch your inbox for news of our visits, or ask your high school counseling office when GW might be visiting your school.