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Visit Us

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the George Washington University has suspended in-person events as a precautionary measure until further notice. In lieu of these, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions is providing virtual tours and events, opportunities to speak with its team members to get answers to your questions, and other engagement opportunities. You many find all of these engagement opportunities on the university’s Journey to GW page. To find information on events, information sessions, and virtual tours sponsored by the School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS), please see the Prospective Undergraduate Students section on this page.

Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.


Prospective Undergraduate Students:

To get information: During this time, the GW Admissions team is available to answer questions by phone (202-994-6040) or email ([email protected]) during regular business hours.

Sign up for GW Admissions virtual events: Learn more about GW through the various virtual events offered by the university’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Sign up to participate.

GW virtual tour: We encourage you to view GW's Virtual Tour to get a sense of campus. You may schedule a self-guided tour through the GW Admissions Visit page.

Learn more about SEAS: Please visit our “Inside Look at SEAS” page to find a variety of information sources and topics related to study at SEAS. On this page, you will find virtual discussions, virtual tours (student-led or self-directed), and information from our brochure.


Prospective Graduate Students:

To see our beautiful Science and Engineering Hall, view our Science and Engineering Hall Virtual Tour. To get a sense of GW’s Foggy Bottom campus, please view  GW's Virtual Tour. You may find additional information about the status of GW’s visit policies on the GW Graduate Admissions Visit Page.

Please email us to get answers to any other questions you may have related to our campus facilities or the suspended in-person visits.


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