Other Sources of Support

Center for Career Services

The Center for Career Services provides students with resources to move towards a future career, including career preparation and counseling, job and internship search support, and funding opportunities for student professional development. 

Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service

The Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service offers a social entrepreneurship program, GWupstart, which provides students who are interested in social entrepreneurship training, mentoring, and funding.

Center for Student Engagement

The Center for Student Engagement has professional and student staff members assigned to each year of the GW experience to provide programming and support to students.

Colonial Health Center

The Colonial Health Center provides high quality, affordable care and resources to students.

It offers a range of confidential health services to support medical and mental health needs, as well as promotion and prevention services to guide students in maintaining healthy lifestyle.

In addition, CHC is also offering a new program "Living with Loss: Grief and Support Group" on Friday's from 1:00-2:30pm.  Through supportive connection and sharing, this group seeks to explore meaning and healing in the face of loss.  To join or for additional information, students can visit the Colonial Health Center located in the Marvin Center, Ground Floor or call 202-994-5300. 

GW Dining

At the George Washington University, our meal plans give our students access to eat at a variety of dining partners, easily accessible on campus or closeby in the surrounding neighborhoods. Our dining partner network includes more than 105+ food and grocery locations.

With options ranging from table service to delivery and dining partners ranging from food trucks to regional cuisines and grocery stores, you’ll have easy access to food that meets your tastes and needs. Designed to accommodate the busiest of schedules, you can eat when and where it's the most convenient. One size does not fit all when it comes to food preferences. Our open plan offers variety and freedom of choice to meet student's dietary preferences, including vegan, vegetarian, nut-free, kosher, Halal, gluten-free options and more.

Our students can take advantage of Meal Deals, promotions and specials available at select GWorld dining partner locations. GW's dining plan can also be used to purchase groceries and snacks so you can cook and prepare meals for yourself or with friends.

GW Housing

As a portion of the Center for Student Engagement, GW Housing, in conjunction with Residential Engagement, the Division of Operations, Facilities Services, GW Safety and Security, and GW Information Technology, supports the academic experience of residential students by providing safe, scholarly-oriented communities. GW Housing also manages all aspects of the university's three-year residency requirement and summer housing program. We strive to foster and inclusive residential environment where students have opportunities to grow and develop into leaders, value civility and respect, and thrive as members of the GW community.

International Services Office

The International Services Office at the George Washington University facilitates international educational exchange through its services and programs.  It serves as the primary administrative, programming, and advising office for the GW international community.

Lerner Health & Wellness Center

Located at the corner of 23rd and G Streets, the 189,000 square foot the Lerner Health and Wellness Center is available for use by current George Washington University Faculty, Staff and Students.

Office of Military and Veteran Student Services

The George Washington University Office of VALOR Student Services is committed to providing our student veterans, dependents, and military personnel with both student support services and student administrative services.

Religious Services
The Religious and Faith community at the George Washington University (GW) is a diverse group of students, faculty and staff, who represent a variety of backgrounds and experiences unified under the goal of religious celebration and interfaith sharing. Currently, Roman Catholic and Jewish student enrollment represent the largest combined percentage of the undergraduate population, with religiously unaffiliated students representing the next largest self-identification.