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Recent community messages from the Provost

Additional Spring Semester Guidance for Faculty

January 12, 2022
As today’s community message confirmed, in-person instruction will begin on Tuesday, January 18 as previously announced. We ask that you anticipate disruptions in your teaching this semester as students test positive and are required to isolate. Please see this message for additional guidance.

Spring Semester Welcome from the Office of the Provost

January 10, 2022
With each new semester at the George Washington University, our scholars are eager to continue the exciting journey of teaching, learning, discovery, and creativity. This feeling of renewed energy in our community is particularly tangible now, at the dawn of GW’s third century.

Student Guidance for Spring Semester Return

December 23, 2021

Student Guidance for Spring Semester Return

Faculty Guidance for Spring Semester Return

December 23, 2021

This message includes additional details for GW faculty.

Faculty Guidance for Virtual Final Exams

December 15, 2021
Earlier today, the university sent a message to the GW community sharing that, effective immediately, all in-person social gatherings and events are cancelled. In addition, exams scheduled for Friday, Dec. 17 through the end of the semester will be held virtually. Please see this message for additional guidance.

Student Guidance for Virtual Final Exams

December 15, 2021
Earlier today, the university sent a message to the GW community sharing that, effective immediately, all in-person social gatherings and events are cancelled. In addition, exams scheduled for Friday, Dec. 17 through the end of the semester will be held virtually. Please see this message for additional guidance.

End of Semester Message and Important Information & Reminders

December 09, 2021
As we prepare for the final few weeks of the fall semester and look forward to a well-deserved winter break, we have much to celebrate. Please also read important end-of-semester information and reminders about campus health measures, submitting fall grades, student and faculty wellbeing resources, and more.

Mid-Semester Check-In

October 20, 2021
As our students weather ongoing challenges, we must continue to express empathy and remain flexible and supportive for them.

Additional COVID-19 Guidance for Faculty Now that Classes are Underway

September 09, 2021
This memorandum provides you with some basic guidance in order to ensure that you are fully prepared for scenarios of positive COVID-19 cases in the classroom.

Greetings from the Office of the Provost: For Students

August 17, 2021
The fall semester is nearly here, and I can feel our community’s excitement and anticipation growing with each passing day.

Greetings from the Office of the Provost: For Academic Staff

August 17, 2021
The fall semester is nearly here, and I can feel our community’s excitement and anticipation growing with each passing day.

Greetings from the Office of the Provost: For Faculty

August 17, 2021
The fall semester is nearly here, and I can feel our community’s excitement and anticipation growing with each passing day.

Onward: GW’s Fall Operating Plan

August 06, 2021
GW’s Medical Advisory Group, our team of medical and health experts, continue to monitor and evaluate the latest data about COVID-19 transmission in our community, as well as local and national public health guidance. To provide the GW community with guidance on public health, physical spaces, events and activities, masks, testing, campus access and other public health matters, we have collected their guidance in Onward: GW’s Fall Operating Plan.

GW Reinstates Indoor Mask Mandate

July 30, 2021
Effective Saturday, July 31, until further notice, GW is reinstating its indoor mask requirement in university-owned or -operated facilities for all individuals regardless of vaccination status. This guidance is consistent with the District’s decision to again require that people wear masks in indoor public settings beginning July 31. D.C. takes this action based not only on guidance from the CDC but also as a precaution as COVID rates have increased locally.

Health Protocols for Classrooms, Labs, and Office Spaces, and Accommodations for Students

July 21, 2021
Please read for additional information about what we expect for the fall semester, what we may do should there be an uptick in positive cases, and what we expect in terms of student accommodations.

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