Residential Programs

Any student in crisis or experiencing an emergency should immediately notify the George Washington University Police Department (GWPD) at (202) 994-6111.


Administrator-on-Call Program

The Division of Student Affairs operates a 24/7 Administrator-on-Call system for after-hours response to students in crisis, campus emergencies, and situations that potentially compromise the health and safety of students. Click here to learn more.

Faculty Programs

The central mission of university life is fostering the practice of creative and critical inquiry, using methods that are artistic, humanistic, scientific, social-scientific, quantitative and culturally aware.  Faculty in Residence and Faculty Guides serve to model these valuable practices in GW residence halls, and work to facilitate student interaction with others who do the same. Click here to learn more.

Affinity Housing

Affinity Housing presents the opportunity for GW registered student organizations, athletic groups and academic organizations to create their own living community around their particular needs and interests.

Academic Residential Communities

There are several first-year and upperclass Academic Residential Communities (ARCs) that allow students to bring critical thinking and reflection into the residential experience. These programs combine academically robust conversation, both inside and outside of the classroom, with other engaging and fun activities. Working alongside faculty and staff, students within these programs will immerse themselves into subjects on a deeper level and will develop their passion.

Administrator-On-Call Program

The Division of Student Affairs operates a 24/7 Administrator-on-Call system for after-hours response to students in crisis, campus emergencies, and situations that potentially compromise the healt