Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon Campuses
Since 1912, GW’s Foggy Bottom Campus has been a part of the historic Foggy Bottom neighborhood, only blocks from the White House, U.S. Department of State, World Health Organization, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and the World Bank, as well as museums, galleries and corporate headquarters. The University capitalizes on its location to deliver an unrivaled educational experience that draws nearby international, governmental and cultural resources into the classroom, attracts adjunct faculty from the top ranks of public and private institutions and facilitates exceptional research, internship and career opportunities for its students.
The Foggy Bottom Campus includes more than 100 campus buildings on 42 acres in the heart of Washington, D.C. and is home to more than 200 doctoral, masters and graduate certificate programs. Fields of study are wide-ranging, innovative and, often, interdisciplinary.
Mount Vernon Campus
The Mount Vernon Campus, spread over 25 acres, is in Washington’s wooded Foxhall neighborhood, surrounded by homes, embassies, diplomatic residences and the Kreeger Museum of Art. Connected to the Foggy Bottom Campus by a 24-hour shuttle service, it houses science labs, extensive athletic facilities and six undergraduate residence halls. The campus is home to the graduate programs in forensic sciences and interior design.
Other Washington, D.C. Locations
- Next to the Foggy Bottom Campus, the K Street Center for Professional Education, at 2020 K St. NW in Washington, D.C., is home to graduate programs in landscape design and paralegal studies.
- GW’s legislative affairs program has been offered in the Hall of States building on Capitol Hill for several decades.