Resources for Residents

The collection of resources offered for residents is available to help you through your experience living in the GW residence halls. The advice and anecdotes shared are curated directly from current GW students who live or have lived in the residence halls. For further assistance, please contact members of your building’s Residential Engagement team.


Fall Move-In

Before Move In Day, make sure to complete the self-check in process on the Housing E-Services portal. This must be completed at least 48 hours prior to your arrival on campus. On Move In Day, you will check in at your designated hub on campus. There will be no street parking on Move In Day. For a list of available parking lots for the day of, please check this website. To learn more, visit GW Housing's website, or explore the "Fall Move-In" page in the navigation menu.

Living With Roommates

Moving into your first college residence hall can be an exciting and overwhelming experience. With so much change happening at once, it can be easy to overlook the relationship you will have with your roommate. Explore the "Living With Roommates" page to learn more about strategies to adjust to living with a roommate.

Time Management

GW students are hard-working individuals seeking to make change in the world and be successful in their careers. As a first-year student in a new place with new people, balancing a healthy lifestyle with making friends, working hard in school and pursuing internships can be difficult to manage. Check out the "Time Management" page to learn about techniques to budget your time efficiently.

Meeting People and 'FOMO'

College is an incredible place to create lifelong friendships, but sometimes the social scene on any university campus can be overwhelming. Learn more about forging the right relationships and putting yourself first on the "Meeting People and 'FOMO'" page.

Personal Health and Wellbeing

Freshman fifteen? Not today! As appetizing as mozarella sticks might sound, staying on top of your physical and mental health are crucial to a successful college career. Find out more about staying healthy and in good shape on the "Personal Health and Wellbeing" page.

Spring Move-Out

At the conclusion of the Spring semester, all GW students living on campus who are not continuing to reside on campus in their Summer housing assignments must move out of their Residence Hall within 24 hours after their last final exam, or by the end of the final examination period. For more information, visit GW Housing's website, or explore the "Spring Move-Out" page in the navigation menu.