The quality of campus housing can vary depending on what year you are, but generally, residence halls at GW are pretty nice. Most residence halls on campus were old apartment buildings or hotels. Even freshmen dorms like Crawford get their own private bathrooms; very few residence halls are host to community baths. The upperclass housing, such as Ivory Tower, New Hall, City Hall, and 1959 E St. are some of the nicest residence halls you will find at any university, showcasing full apartment-like features. Please note that although the following list is organized by year, students can be "pulled up" or "pulled down" by older or younger friends and therefore might not live in a residence hall specifically for their own year.

First Year HousingEdit

Second Year HousingEdit

Third Year HousingEdit

Fourth Year HousingEdit

Greek HousingEdit

Graduate HousingEdit


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