If you want to make history, you've come to the right place; view of tempietto in Kogan Plaza

Visit GW Virtually

** IMPORTANT CAMPUS VISIT UPDATE **

The George Washington University has suspended in-person events as a precautionary measure until future notice. Explore our campus by attending an online information session or exploring GW's Virtual Tour. We've added a COVID-19 section to our Frequently Asked Questions page, and the university is sharing COVID-19 updates at https://go.gwu.edu/covid19. Our team is available to answer questions by phone (202-994-6040) or email ([email protected]) during regular business hours. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.

 

The George Washington University (GW) is located in the heart of the nation's capital, in the historic Foggy Bottom neighborhood, just blocks from the White House, National Mall and other D.C. institutions. GW students benefit from our location, with enriched academic, social, and professional experiences for students in every major. Explore our website to see how you will live and study as a GW student.

View our event calendar for available opportunities! You are welcome to use our Self-Guided Tour for additional context during your virtual visit or contact our office with any questions.

** ADMITTED STUDENTS **
Visit your student portal for details on our options for admitted students. In addition, you can schedule a call (by video or phone) with our domestic team or our international team.

 

SCHEDULE YOUR VIRTUAL VISIT

Optional School Tours

Use the following search terms on our event calendar to find additional school-specific experiences to further explore your academic areas of interest:


Get Ready for Your Visit

  • Take a Virtual Tour of GW
    Graphic depiction of buildings on campus from the Virtual Tour

    Take a Virtual Tour of GW

    Use our Virtual Tour to navigate our campuses and the D.C. area. See how close we are to landmarks like the White House, State Department, American Red Cross, and the Washington Monument. Then, schedule your visit to explore your life as a GW student.

    Start the tour