Guidance on booster shots, flu shots and testing.
The Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund III (HEERF III) is a program authorized by the American Rescue Plan approved by Congress in spring 2021 that provides support to institutions of higher education to ensure learning continues during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As you make travel plans, we encourage you to review guidance from the on how to protect yourself and others when you travel.
In an effort to provide the GW community with more flexibility and options to meet the university’s COVID-19 testing requirements, we are offering new enhancements.
Beginning September 27, GW will require visitors to campus to follow new protocol.
This memorandum provides faculty with some basic COVID-19 guidance.
GW’s Medical Advisory Group continually monitors and evaluates the latest data about COVID-19 transmission in our community, as well as local and national public health guidance.
If you are planning to travel outside of the District, Maryland or Virginia, please be aware of testing and quarantine requirements and recommendations.
The GW COVID-19 testing centers at the Foggy Bottom Campus will be closed on Friday and Monday, Sept. 3 and 6.
As we welcome students, faculty, and staff to our campuses, I write to provide you with an important update on our continued efforts to ensure that all GW buildings are safe to occupy.
GW public health experts provide guidance on the COVID-19 Delta variant as GW students, faculty and staff return to in-person learning and working.
As we approach fall semester, our campus operations continue to be guided by our commitment to the health and safety of the GW community.