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Accessibility at GW

The George Washington University (GW) is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment that is accessible for everyone, including people with disabilities. Accessibility is an essential part of a positive experience and a critical component of the university’s academic environment for students with disabilities, as well as for faculty, staff and visitors who have disabilities.

If you experience a barrier that affects your ability to access GW websites, videos, or other digital content, please let us know.

 

 

Around Campus

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Students with Disabilities Explore Advocacy

July 20, 2018

GW collaborated with the American Association of People with Disabilities to offer a certificate program in disability advocacy.

Tammy Duckworth speaking at GW commencement

U.S. Sen. Tammy Duckworth Urges Graduates ‘to Get in the Arena’

May 21, 2017

Sen. Duckworth, Lt. Gen. Nadja Y. West and The Washington Post Executive Editor Martin Baron received honorary degrees as 6,000 students graduated from GW.

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‘NEXT’ Explores Identity, Disability and Displacement

April 11, 2017

GW’s Corcoran School of the Arts and Design annual thesis exhibition “NEXT” showcases works of graduating class.

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Grant Supports High-Needs Disability Education

July 25, 2016

Education Department’s $1.2 million award helps to launch a GW master’s program focused on helping students with brain injury and autism transition to adulthood.