The George Washington University, founded in 1821 and rooted in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood since 1912, combines the resources of a major international research university with the unique dynamics of a vibrant, urban setting in the heart of the nation's capital. The university values the Foggy Bottom and West End neighborhoods of which it is a part - and recognizes that a thriving community is a key component of the GW experience for those who study, teach, research, and work here. Our campus planning efforts reflect this value and our development projects are product of that commitment.
GW's Campus Plan Efforts
- 2007 Foggy Bottom Campus Plan - extensive background information and numerous documents related to the 20-year Foggy Bottom Campus Plan.
- 2010 Mount Vernon Campus Plan - extensive background information and numerous documents related to the 10-year Mount Vernon Campus Plan.
- Virginia Science and Technology Campus (VSTC)- details new buildings/construction updates, facilities, and GW's Comprehensive Signage Plan for the VSTC.