George Washington Off-Campus Housing - Washington, DC
Campus living is a big change for most students. Becoming a member of a new community of peers while taking on the responsibilities and challenges that independence brings is an exciting and an essential part of our University experience. GW works hard to make that experience not only positive, but one that contributes to each student's academic success and personal growth.
GW offers a variety of residential options for freshmen and continuing students. Our 40 distinctive residential options range from traditional coed halls and apartment-style residence halls with private bathrooms to small townhouses for upper classmen and independent-living high-rises. Freshmen and sophomores are required to live in university housing, and GW also provides on-campus options for students who want to take advantage of the residence hall system for their entire undergraduate career. Our commitment to provide a complete undergraduate educational experience includes residence hall programming for students in university-sponsored housing. The Center for Student Engagement (CSE) encourages the total development of our students, including attention to personal, academic, social and pre-professional stages of growth. Community-living environments and co-curricular initiatives have been designed to promote student growth and development.