Campus Advisories

GW classes canceled; administrative and academic offices closed on March 5

05:10am, Thursday, March 05, 2015

GW classes are canceled, administrative and academic offices are closed, and activities and events will not take place on Thursday, March 5 at all of our Washington metropolitan area campuses and locations because of inclement weather throughout the region.

When the university declares a change to its operating status, employees classified as Designated On-Site are required to report to and/or remain at work, employees classified as Essential are generally expected to telecommute, and employees classified as Non-Essential are not required to work unless directed to do so by a supervisor.

Visit CampusAdvisories.gwu.edu for information about changes to university services.

 

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Clubs & Organizations

GW Students Performing

Regardless of whether you are an undergraduate or graduate student, there are many ways you can get involved outside the classroom.

There are more than 400 student-launched and student-run organizations at the George Washington University. With oversight provided by the Center for Student Engagement, these organizations span a spectrum: from academic to cultural, spiritual to recreational, and political to performing arts. The student groups behind them are diverse. The activities they sponsor bridge a number of interests and issues. These organizations provide our students with leadership opportunities and extracurricular and co-curricular experiences. The university community benefits from the creative programming that emerges from GW’s student organizations.

In in 2012 were:

  • 41 fraternities and sororities
  • 40 political groups
  • 73 ethnic/cultural groups
  • 76 academic interest organizations
  • 30 religious groups and organizations
  • 57 sports/recreational/hobby organizations
  • 36 performing arts organizations
  • 90 service organizations
  • 60 graduate/professional organizations
  • 12 honorary groups
  • 16 publications/communications groups
  • 112 special interest groups

GW makes it easy for students to form new student groups as social issues arise or additional opportunities and interests take hold. It has become common to see GW’s student organizations addressing many of the same issues that we face as a nation and society, including sustainability, social change and economic stability.