George washington University - Home of the colonialsEstablished in 1821, George Washington University (GWU) is a private research university located in the heart of Washington, DC's Foggy Bottom neighborhood. Inspired by America's first President, GWU is home to ten different schools and colleges, including the Corcoran School of Arts & Design, the School of Media & Public Affairs, the Milken Institute of Public Health, and the prestigious School of Medicine & Health Sciences. Famous alumni include Secretary of State Colin Powell, NBC News Political Director Chuck Todd, NATO Ambassador Kurt Volker, and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. With 15 different undergraduate, graduate and professional programs, George Washington University offers a superior education to 26,000 students each year.
Prices -Free to enter campus. Parking fees are $10-$26 depending on location and length of stay.
Hours -Most campus buildings are open daily from 7am-10pm. Campus tours are offered by appointment.
- Commencement Ceremonies
- Concerts, Dance & Theater Events
- Lectures & Educational Events
- Campus Tours
- College Sports
- Textile Museum
- GWU Museum
- Alumni Events