Water Filtration stations are placed throughout campus and buildings for attendees to use during events. Wherever possible, consider environmentally-friendly alternatives for your event, e.g., reusable or reduced event materials, biodegradable or reusable catering serviceware. For more information please visit the Sustainable GW or check out the Sustainable GW Green Event Guide.
Please visit the Transportation & Parking Services website for the most up to date parking information.
Visit the Student Life website for event planning information.
Review the Liability insurance policy of the Office of Risk Management website.
Please visit the Office of Ethics, Compliance and Privacy website.
Visit the Marketing and Creative Services website to learn more about the University Calendar.
Work with the Marketing and Creative services team for staging and exhibit materials to elevate your event to the next level.
Submit a photo coverage request to GW Marketing and Creative Services.
The Foggy Bottom campus accessible building entrances and routes can be found on the Accessibility at GW website.
GW event staff coordinates these details with a variety of offices on campus, including the Office of Media Relations and the Division of Safety and Security. In addition, the University is closed to the press, unless prior arrangements have been made. If you have invited members of the press to campus, and if our office is unaware of that, the members of the press will be asked to leave campus.
The Event Host should maintain the best list possible of all attendees to include name, email and cell phone number on a printable/emailable form for at least 14 days after the event. If needed, CCST will reach out to the Event Host to discuss next steps.
The Event Host is required to manage and comply with the new visitor requirements.
Visit the university's COVID-19 website for a comprehensive listing of expectations and policies.