Partner Request Confirmation

Thank you for your request to partner with GW.

You will receive a response from either the Alumni Relations office or the Office of Government, International, and Community Relations within 3 business days.

GW Basketball 2012-13 Season Tickets On Sale Now

The season-ticket holder renewal period for George Washington men's and women's basketball is underway. Renewal applications will be mailed the week of July 23 and fans will have until Friday, August 24 to guarantee their seats. New season-ticket holder applications are also currently being accepted.

Tickets for men's games will include an exhibition game plus all 14 regular-season home contests at the Charles E. Smith Center, highlighted by a visit from Big 12 foe Kansas State on Dec. 8 and a date with Atlantic 10 newcomer Butler once conference play begins in January.

Along with season tickets being available for 15 men's home dates, season seats for the GW women's basketball team under new head coach Jonathan Tsipis are now available. Coach Tsipis, who comes to Foggy Bottom off of back-to-back national championship game appearances as associate head coach at Notre Dame, was hired in April and his team's 2012-13 schedule will be announced later this summer.

For questions on renewals, upgrades, or to become a new season ticket holder, please call the GW Athletics Ticket Office at 202-994-7325 or email Director of Ticket Sales Shelli Anderson at



GW President Steven Knapp has made alumni outreach a priority. His initiative of “creating a community for life” is focused on strengthening the bonds between students, alumni, parents, and the University.

The GW alumni community comprises more than 250,000 alumni living in 150 countries around the world. These graduates are encouraged to mentor students, help students find internships and jobs, attend events, network with one another, and to act as advocates for GW. Alumni also provide substantial financial support to the University.

Office of Alumni Relations

The Office of Alumni Relations supports alumni programs, services and networks, as well as the many individuals and organizations involved in alumni affairs. Opportunities for alumni include:

  • Regional and International Events
  • School Alumni Programs
  • Exclusive Online Networks
  • Career Services
  • Campus Discounts
  • Special Offers from Corporate Partners
  • Travel and Education Programs
  • Clubs and Groups
  • Volunteer Opportunities

George Washington Alumni Association

The George Washington Alumni Association (GWAA) was founded to strengthen the relationship between alumni and the university. The primary goals of the GWAA are:

  • Enabling lifetime engagement of alumni with fellow graduates, current students, and the University
  • Gathering a voice for alumni by institutionalizing a two-way dialog between GW graduates and the University
  • Building a culture of philanthropy to support current and future generations of GW students and alumni

Career Services 

Search job listings, network with other alumni, polish interview skills with career coaches, post jobs and pass on your wisdom to current students.


Keep in touch with the GW alumni community, wherever you live, work or travel.


Attend an event – we host hundreds every year around the world – from Washington, D.C. to Tokyo and everywhere in between.


Your time, enthusiasm and financial support increase the prestige of your alma mater, enhance the alumni community and allow students to make the most of their GW experience.


Take advantage of the many benefits offered to alumni, from campus discounts, transcript services and discounted course offerings to GW e-mail for life, alumni travel and special offers on insurance, gym membership, banking, hotels and more.



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Green Move-Out Recycles 43,000 Pounds of Items Left in Residence Halls

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Green Move-Out Recycles 43,000 Pounds of Items Left in Residence Halls






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GW Community Relations

Foggy Bottom/West End Community

The George Washington University has forged a strong sense of community with our Foggy Bottom neighbors, launching a variety of partnerships that underscore shared interests and needs.

Mount Vernon D.C. Campus Community

From free summer movies on The Vern to use of the Eckles Library, the George Washington University’s Mount Vernon Campus offers a wide array of resources to our neighbors in the district’s Palisades area.

Virginia Community

From our Virginia Science & Technology Campus in Loudoun County to our programs throughout the state, GW’s faculty and students—and the more than 40,000 GW alumni that make northern Virginia their home—strive to be a positive community resource in the commonwealth.


Government Relations

Federal Government Relations

From a prime vantage point at the heart of the nation’s capital, the George Washington University plays an active role in influencing, informing and actively observing the federal government.

District Government Relations

The George Washington University works closely with the government of the District of Columbia to not only promote our community-based interests but also to inform local policy with cutting-edge innovations and ideas.

Virginia Government Relations

In Northern Virginia and throughout the commonwealth, the George Washington University seeks to be an engaged policy partner with Virginia’s government, business and civic leaders.