Students develop a richer understanding of Italy and its language and traditions by immersing themselves directly in the culture during a summer or semester abroad.
Interior design students routinely work together to create ideas for innovative projects. For example, “Lighting the Presidents,” exhibited at GW’s Eckles Library, was designed by students.
By developing their own service projects, students find ways to make a difference in struggling societies.
Students can explore George Washington’s life in-depth through an undergraduate course, “George Washington and His World,” which includes visits to the Mount Vernon Estate and Gardens.