Cloyd Heck Marvin Center
The Cloyd Heck Marvin Center is The George Washington University's campus community center. It offers programs, services, and facilities for students, faculty, staff, alumni, and university guests. The Center's wide range of facilities includes dining locations, a theatre, lounges, study rooms, conference and meeting rooms, and is home to Colonial Central, GWorld, and the GW bookstore. Virtual Tour 

Lisner Auditorium
Home to a wide range of unparalleled international, national and local performing arts events and lectures, this historic 1,482-seat theatre is the venue of choice for a number of university and area arts organizations. Lisner Auditorium also produces concerts, literature events, dance and theater performances and much more. Virtual Tour

Jack Morton Auditorium, Media and Public Affairs
The Jack Morton Auditorium, housed in the Media and Public Affairs Building is a fixed seat venue with a capacity of 244.  The Auditorium offers full TV production capability, digital sound and video recording and video conferencing.   It is an ideal location for any event involving current issues, cultural performances or public/government affairs.  Lobby space is available to host small receptions. Virtual Tour

City View Room and State Room, 1957 E Street
The City View Room and State Room are located on the 7th Floor of 1957 E Street and feature sweeping views of downtown Washington DC including the monuments and the Capitol Building.  Perfect for executive meetings, receptions, social events and other special occasions, our event facilities provide an exceptional backdrop for your ideal event.   The State Room is a fixed seat venue with a capacity of 70 persons in a horseshoe style and the City View Room is a customizable space that can accommodate various event needs. Virtual Tour

Alumni House, 1918 F Street
The Alumni House is a beautifully furnished dwelling built in a historic Washington style. Antiques, artwork and prints of historic Saratoga and Broadway fill the wall space, maintaining a strong wealth of character and personality. The parlor is classically decorated in the old-American style, giving it a comfortable living room feel, highlighted by antique furniture and a fireplace. Though it operates currently as the Office of Alumni Relations, the warm tone of its architecture and design make it a comfortably inviting setting for people to gather. Virtual Tour

Outdoor Spaces
Outdoor space is available throughout campus.