Information Session & Campus Tour
Attend an info session, tour our urban Foggy Bottom Campus, and ride the Vern Express to our scenic Mount Vernon Campus.
Admissions Welcome Center
Marvin Center, 800 21st St NW Suite 100
School of Engineering and Applied Science Tour
Learn what our School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) is all about during a tour of Science and Engineering Hall. Take a look at our top-notch research facilities and find out how undergraduate students at GW get to take part in ground-breaking research and study in innovative classrooms.
Discover the Arts at GW Tour
You can study the arts at the Corcoran School and also visit the Corcoran Museum to learn more about program options and see examples of work. Join a current student on a ninety-minute tour to understand how our students create art in an unrivaled cultural landscape in D.C. The tour begins at the Admissions Welcome Center.
Groups from high schools and community organizations are welcome to experience GW! For groups of 8 or more, we offer an hour-long tour of the Foggy Bottom Campus.
Experience what it is like to be a GW student in the classroom! We offer the opportunity to attend an undergraduate level class.
Regardless of where you are coming from, there are a variety of ways to get to GW. We're close to three airports (Ronald Reagan Washington National, Washington Dulles International and Baltimore Washington International), have a Metro stop right on campus and provide several visitor parking garages.
GW is in the center of the action in D.C. and is close to many hotels, both in the city and in surrounding areas of Maryland and Virginia. Special rates are available at locations near campus through the GW Hotels program.
Members of the Admissions team and the GW community will help you find your way around our campus, but you can also use our detailed map of our Foggy Bottom campus to get you where you need to be.
- Take a Virtual Tour of GW
Take a Virtual Tour of GW
Use our Virtual Tour to navigate our campuses and the surrounding D.C. area. See how close we are to landmarks like the White House, State Department, American Red Cross and the Washington Monument. Once you’ve taken a look, register for a campus tour or event to see everything in person and envision your life as a Colonial.Start the tour