Nestled between the Berkley Terrace and Foxhall Village neighborhoods, the George Washington University has made a home on the Mount Vernon Campus. This campus offers robust living and learning communities, programs, and activities that foster meaningful connections, provide vital student support, and enrich the experiences of GW students.
As part of GW’s community engagement efforts, the Office of Government and Community Relations holds quarterly meeting with neighbors on the Mount Vernon Campus. At each of these meetings staff from Student Affairs, Campus Planning, and the Office of Government and Community Relations are available to provide updates and answer questions from our neighbors.
The meeting is designed to discuss issues of importance to the community including campus plan updates, university events open to the general public, and student life matters. Neighbors are invited to share their concerns and learn about important developments on campus. These meetings represent and opportunity for open and honest dialogue and its neighbors.
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Community Concerns Information
We are committed to being responsive to community concerns and comments from disruptive student behavior to noise and trash complaints. There are a variety of ways to reach us. If you need to submit a report about off-campus student behavior, you can use the Online Report Form. This will enable the GW Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities to launch an investigation. If you have a concern or issues with facilities on Mount Vernon campus, please use the Community Facility & Maintenance Ticket .
For all other questions you can contact the Office of Government and Community Relations or call our community concerns hotline (GWPD at 202-994-6110).