Resources for Current Students

This page provides an overview of on-campus resources available to all students. This list is a broad overview and is not exhaustive.

Colonial Central
Colonial Central is the hub for student services on campus. The Student Accounts Office, G-World Card Office (student ID cards) and Registrar are located here.

Business Cards
Students may purchase customized business cards with the official GW University logo.

Campus Maps
This virtual tour includes all buildings on the Foggy Bottom campus. Look for Duques Hall, the main building for the GW School of Business.

Colonial Health Center

The Colonial Health Center (CHC) at the George Washington University (GW) is a multidisciplinary, integrated, student healthcare service that provides confidential, student centered care in an accessible, safe, culturally sensitive, and supportive environment. The CHC seeks to promote healthy lifestyle choices and to holistically support the physical and emotional well-being of students in order to achieve academic success.

CHC offers the following services:

Colonial Printing
Colonial Printing is a cloud-based, wireless printing service enabling you to print from anywhere on or off campus, and even from your smartphone or tablet. Simply send your print job to the cloud and visit any kiosk on campus to print your document.

Computer Labs
Labs for student use (when classes are not being held in the room) are located in Duquès 350 and Duquès 351. Your UserID and password are needed to log in. During building hours, GWSB students are permitted to use the Bloomberg terminals in the Capital Markets Room on the first floor. A designated staff member must be present; they can assist you with logging in.

Disability Support Services
The Office for Disability Services is responsible for coordinating support services, reasonable academic accommodations, and promoting disability awareness in the university community.

Division of Safety and Security

The Division of Safety and Security aims to provide a safe and secure campus environment for all members of the university community. This mission is achieved through active participation of all university members and partnerships with local law enforcement and community partners.

The Department of Safety and Security provides the following resources:

GWSB Graduate Clubs and Organizations

Joining a club or organization at the GW School of Business (GWSB) is one of the best ways to enhance your graduate experience.

GW Campus Store

Shop the Campus Store for course materials, supplies and GW merchandise.

GW Dining

At GW, learning is not limited to the classroom. We take full advantage of all that our city has to offer, including D.C.’s vibrant food scene. Our open dining plan gives students access to food and groceries from more than 105 dining partners concentrated on our campuses and in our surrounding neighborhoods.

GW Language Center

The Language Center supports language teaching, learning, and research at the George Washington University. We provide resources and services to ensure the highest caliber language teaching for GWU students, faculty, departments, and programs.

GW Libraries
Located less than two blocks from Duques Hall, Gelman Library is open for 24-hour study for GW students. This library can provide books, articles, statistics, company information, and industry information. Other resources: Business Research GuidesRefworks and other tools that help to create bibliographies and create footnotes, etc., consortium loans from other libraries, group study rooms.

GW Today

Check out GW’s official online news resource.

GW Writing Center
The GW Writing Center provides writing instruction and tutoring for GW students at all levels of experience and expertise. Students are assisted in identifying writing problems and learning how best to express ideas. Tutors can help students get started on assignments such as case studies and analyses, research projects, presentations, cover letters and personal essays.

Receive secure, real-time access to academic and financial records in the University’s administrative database. In order to access GWEB, you must have your GWU UserID.

Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service

The Nashman Center is dedicated to meeting community needs, promoting active citizenship in a diverse democracy, and enhancing teaching, learning and scholarship. We accomplish these goals through a variety of programs that include community service, social innovation and community-engaged scholarship.

International Services Office

Our diversity is our strength and GW is proud to host over 4,000 students, faculty, and staff from over 130 countries. The International Services Office is the first stop for the GW international community and will help eliminate administrative challenges when studying in the US. ISO Advisors host a variety of special events that highlight our diverse international student population. At GW, we're finding new ways to build a truly inclusive culture!

IT support
Student Technology Services offers walk-in support for all GW students. Students can take advantage of many great services: virus and spyware removal, warranty repairs, student Banner PIN unlocks and resets, GWireless configuration and support, software and operating system upgrades and installations, and much more.

Lerner Health and Wellness Center
Students are automatically enrolled for access to the Lerner Health and Wellness Center on a semester-by-semester basis. Enrollment begins on the first day of student classes.

Military and Veteran Services

The George Washington University's Military and Veteran Services is committed to providing our student veterans, dependents, and military personnel with excellence in service through timely and accurate benefit processing, high-quality customer service, and supportive community-building activities.

Multicultural Student Services Center

The Multicultural Student Services Center (MSSC) is an integral part of the Office for Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement (ODECE). Our vision and mission reflect our dedication to building a welcoming, enriching and inclusive environment at GW. Our rich history demonstrates our role and impact across campus as educators, trainers, advocates, mentors and community builders.

Off-Campus Student Affairs

The Office of Off-Campus Student Affairs (OCSA) extends community building and learning beyond the campus of the George Washington University by providing resources, services, and programs designed to assist and guide students in navigating the process of moving from residential living on campus to independent living in the surrounding community.

Office of Graduate Student Assistantships & Fellowships

The Office of Off-Campus Student Affairs (OCSA) extends community building and learning beyond the campus of the George Washington University by providing resources, services, and programs designed to assist and guide students in navigating the process of moving from residential living on campus to independent living in the surrounding community.

Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

The George Washington University (GW) Office of Innovation & Entrepreneurship is housed under the Office of the Vice President for Research. The office provides programming around innovation, education, venture creation, and making connections to support GW entrepreneurs and the Mid-Atlantic startup community.

Office of Student Life

Student Life brings learning out of the classroom and our innovative programs are personalized to ensure you achieve academic success. From first-year students to first-generation students and transfer students, Student Life tailors services and events to reach all populations. Student Life leads and provides the following resources:

Software Available for GW Students
The GW IT Support department offers a plethora of free software to current GW students including the full Microsoft Office Suite, Gartner Research Services, WebEx and more! Click the link above to browse the available software and download those that you need.

Student Services Hub

Student Services Hub is a central location for student financial and registration services, bringing together the offices of Student Financial AssistanceStudent AccountsRegistrar, and Military & Veteran Services in a friendly, service-culture setting. The Student Services Hub is located on the ground floor of the University Student Center.

Transportation and Parking Services

Transportation & Parking Services (TPS) Department, as part of Business and Auxiliary Services, is responsible for managing the day-to-day parking operations at the George Washington University’s Foggy Bottom, Mount Vernon, and Virginia Science and Technology campuses along with transportation services which provide access to our three main campuses.

University Calendar

The University Calendar lists and details information about events at GW. These events are submitted to the calendar by GW schools, departments and organizations on an ongoing basis. If you haven’t yet, please explore the many types of events available to the GW community.