Latest news about George Washington University

No one was injured, and the building — which contains science labs — was not evacuated.

By Julie Zauzmer

  • Sep 3, 2014

Stephen Joel Trachtenberg said he did not mean to imply drunken women should be blamed if raped.

By Nick Anderson

  • Aug 29, 2014

Report shows links between global cities and U.S. universities through analysis of student visa data.

By Nick Anderson

  • Aug 29, 2014

Fragility in the higher-education market leads agency to issue cautions on many colleges.

By Nick Anderson

  • Jul 11, 2014

Federal data show some schools with high totals of reported incidents on campus, others with few or none.

By Nick Anderson

  • Jun 30, 2014

A report from Education Trust argues that government should set and enforce minimum standards.

By Nick Anderson

  • Jun 18, 2014

For the last graduating class of an independent Corcoran College of Art and Design, the end is bittersweet.

By Arelis R. Hernández

  • May 17, 2014

Here are speakers at selected colleges in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia

By — Nick Anderson

  • May 8, 2014

The emeritus professor at GWU specialized in U.S. regional identity and was the brother of a former vice president.

By Adam Bernstein

  • May 6, 2014

George Washington student Carlos Pacanins, 23, dies after being struck by a car in College Park on Friday.

By Lynh Bui

  • Apr 14, 2014

George Washington University mobilizes counseling services; at least two cases believed suicides.

By Nick Anderson

  • Apr 8, 2014

Education Secretary leading charge to push more high-level college students into teaching profession.

By Rohan A. Nadkarni

  • Apr 7, 2014

Here is what colleges report for number of applicants and offers. But the ratio is an imperfect measure.

By Nick Anderson

  • Apr 3, 2014

The cherry blossoms for which Washington is famous may be in the Tidal Basin—but pockets of cherry trees can be found all over. We're bringing you a daily video portrait of cherry trees around the region—and asking you to share blossoms in your neighborhood with the hashtag #DCblooms.

  • Apr 3, 2014

The cherry blossoms for which Washington is famous may be in the Tidal Basin—but pockets of cherry trees can be found all over. We're bringing you a daily video portrait of cherry trees around the region—and asking you to share blossoms in your neighborhood with the hashtag #DCblooms.

  • Mar 30, 2014

Do male or female students have an edge in applying to selective schools?

By Nick Anderson

  • Mar 26, 2014

Here's a look at denial and acceptance letters, usually delivered electronically.

By Nick Anderson

  • Mar 24, 2014

This week many high school seniors are waiting for decisions from university admissions offices.

By Nick Anderson

  • Mar 24, 2014

Hey parents, listen up: Don’t ambush your kids about college when they’re stuck in the car. And students: Be careful about focusing too much on yourselves in your applications. Click here for more hot tips from admissions insider.

By Nick Anderson

  • Mar 23, 2014

George Washington University allows The Washington Post to observe an admissions committee session.

By Nick Anderson

  • Mar 22, 2014
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About GWU

  • Founded in 1821
  • Private
  • Main campus in Foggy Bottom
  • Nickname: The Colonials
  • Fall 2013 enrollment: 25,264
  • Tuition & fees (2013-14): $47,343

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