Housing Options for GW Law Students
Washington, D.C. has been called the most livable city on the East Coast. GW Law’s surrounding neighborhood, Foggy Bottom, is home to many of the government institutions that will not only inform your classroom education, but also provide opportunities for research and outside placement. Nearby resources include the U.S. Department of Interior, U.S. Department of State, World Bank, Office of Personnel Management, American Red Cross headquarters, Federal Reserve Board, Pan American Health Organization, International Monetary Fund, and Organization of American States. You’re also close to Metrorail stations and Metrobus routes which will take you almost anywhere in the Greater Washington, D.C. region.
Our housing site is designed to help introduce you to living in Washington, D.C., and to provide information about the different housing options available to GW Law students, including: on-campus housing, off-campus housing, and temporary housing.
For additional information, please read The GW Law Student's Housing Guide, a publication of the GW Law Student Ambassadors, created by students for students.
*Please keep in mind, the information provided in these pages is subject to change at any time.