Visit Campus: Explore GW and GSEHD
Our location isn’t just where we are, it’s a big part of who we are. Our namesake envisioned a university in the nation’s capital that would prepare citizen leaders brought together from all over the world. Today, GW serves as an epicenter for education, leadership, and positive change. Taking full advantage of our setting, GSEHD offers unparalleled access to global opportunities.
Whether you attend class in Washington, D.C., at one of our other campuses, or earn your degree online, our programs are designed for working professionals with the flexibility needed to balance your career, family, and academic goals. Regardless of your program's location or format, you will reap the benefits of learning firsthand from the best of D.C.'s experts.
GSEHD's headquarters, located at 2134 G Street NW, Washington, DC, is near the heart of the Foggy Bottom campus. Study and intern within walking distance of our nation's capitol, feel and build on the energy within the city, and take advantage of opportunities in the city to leave your mark on the future of education in our country and beyond.
Conveniently integrated into the heart of Washington, D.C., alongside our nation's premier monuments, museums, and performing arts centers, not to mention the federal and international mecca of our country, our historic Foggy Bottom campus serves as a destination of its own. Attracting visitors from around the globe, our campus offers educational and cultural offerings through our research facilities, art studios and museums, famous auditoriums, and more.
Experience life at GW and explore where your transformation will begin. Join International Education alumna, Caroline Rakus-Wojciechowski, to get a feel for your new home in the heart of D.C. Check out some of the places to study, eat, and explore, all within steps of the GSEHD building.
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Our location in the heart of the nation’s capital—the epicenter of policy, practice, and research—provides a distinct advantage: extraordinary access to extraordinary opportunities and leaders.
As a GW student, you'll make D.C. your own, whether it's visiting national landmarks in your backyard, taking advantage of unbeatable internship opportunities, or enjoying the city's world-class food scene!
- Alexandria: Alexandria Education Center
The Alexandria Education Center is located at 413 John Carlyle Street, Alexandria, VA 22314.
Old Town Alexandria is the heart of Virginia's Potomac River waterfront. This beautifully-preserved historic district is George Washington's adopted hometown easily accessible by the free King Street Trolley, bike, or on foot and also conveniently located near Ronald Reagan National Airport and Metrorail station (just a few blocks from the King Street Metro stop on the Blue and Yellow lines).
The Center offers courses in master’s and certificate programs, including art therapy, educational administration, human resources, counseling, public relations and more.
It features a state-of-the-art Mac lab, a community counseling center and classrooms. The art therapy program infuses creativity into the space with an art studio and an art gallery that changes on a regular basis.
- Arlington: Arlington Graduate Education Center
The Arlington Education Center is located at 950 N. Glebe Road, Arlington, VA 22203.
Known for walkable urban centers like Crystal City, Rosslyn and Ballston, Arlington sits just across the Potomac from Washington DC. Arlington is car-optional and offers students an ideal learning environment while maintaining a convenient commute. The Center is located less than a mile from the Ballston Metro stop on the Orange and Silver lines.
The Center offers courses in master's and certificate programs, including education, engineering, security, organizational sciences and more.
The center features 24,000 square feet of learning space with computer labs, a homework lab, student and faculty lounges and fully equipped meeting rooms and classrooms.
- Ashburn: Virginia Science and Technology Campus
Located in Loudoun County, 30 miles west of Washington, D.C. between Washington Dulles International Airport and Leesburg, the Virginia Science & Technology campus is home to busy students taking courses in our weekend cohorts.