Upperclass Residence Halls

Upperclass students have many different options when it comes to living at GW. Although all of our upperclass halls vary in room type, and amenities each residence hall is co-ed by room, has wireless internet available throughout the building, and all students have access to Xfinity on Campus

Each of our upperclass residence halls is managed by one or two full-time professional Community Coordinators. 

 

Contact Your Community Coordinator

 

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1959 E Street

Exterior of 1959 E Street Residence Hall

 

Exterior of 1959 E Street Residence Hall

 

Building Address & Staff

1959 E Street, NW 

Washington, DC 20052

 

Community Coordinator:

Mariam Martinez

 

Neighborhood: 

East Commons

 

Building Snapshot

Only 3rd and 4th-Year students are permitted to live in 1959 E Street. 

 

Year Built: 

2002 

 

Number of Floors: 

9 Residential Floors

 

Room Types: 

2 bedroom 4-person (72%)

3 bedroom 5-person (23%) 

Single unit with kitchen (5%)

 

Building & Room Features

  • Kitchen facilities, private bathrooms, and private laundry within each room 
  • 11th floor rooftop deck that overlooks the Washington Monument and  US Capitol Building 
  • All rooms come furnished with a Twin XL bed/bed frame, desk/desk chair, and two dressers for each resident

 

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2109 F Street

exterior of 2109 F Street

 

exterior of 2109 F Street

 

Building Address & Staff

2109 F Street, NW

Washington, DC 20052 

 

Community Coordinator: 

Brian Warm 

 

Neighborhood: 

South Square

 

Building Snapshot

Year Built: 

1950, renovated in 2016

 

Number of Floors:

4 Residential Floors

 

Room Type: 

2-Person, Studio (100%)

 

Building & Room Features

  • Private bathroom and kitchen in each room 
  • Apartment-style rooms 
  • Laundry facilities located in the basement
  • All rooms come furnished with a Twin XL bed/bed frame, desk/desk chair, and two dressers for each resident

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The Dakota

the exterior of The Dakota Hall

 

front doors of The Dakota Hall

 

Building Address & Staff

2100 F Street, NW

Washington, DC 20052

 

Community Coordinator:

Adria Mulligan 

 

Neighborhood:

South Square

 

Building Snapshot

Year Built: 

1989, renovated in 2014

 

Number of Floors: 

10 Residential Floors

 

Room Type: 

4-Person, 2 bedroom (44%)

3-Person, 2 bedroom (17%)

2-Person, 1 bedroom (30%)

Single unit with kitchen (9%)

 

Building & Room Features

  • Apartment style rooms with private kitchen and bathroom 
  • Laundry facilities located on the first floor of the building
  • All rooms come furnished with a Twin XL bed/bedframe, desk/desk chair, and two dressers for each resident 

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District House

exterior of district house

 

exterior of district house. blue sign that states address of district house in building shot.

 

Building Address & Staff

2121 H Street, NW

Washington, DC 20052

 

Community Coordinators:

Megan Jimmerson

Jeremiah McCoy 

Wildon Story 

 

Neighborhood: 

North Village

 

Building Snapshot

Year Built: 

2016

 

Number of Floors: 

12 Residential Floors

 

Room Type: 

2-Person studio (49%)

4-Person, 2 bedroom (22%)

2-Person unit with adjoined bathroom in affinity unit (29%) 

 

 Neighborhood Hub Location: 

The hub desk in the lobby is able to provide evening resources, supplies, and a contact point for residents.

 

Building & Room Features

  • Apartment style rooms with kitchen facilities and private bathrooms in each unit/affinity 
  • Home to GW's affinity living spaces
  • Two basement levels of student meeting rooms and retail space
  • Dining facilites/restaurants located in the basement
  • All room comes furnished with a Twin XL bed/bedframe, desk/desk chair, and two dressers for each resident 

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FSK Hall 

exterior of FSK hall

 

sign outside of FSK Hall stating "Francis Scott Key Hall (FSK) 600 20th Street, NW"

 

Building Address & Staff

600 20th Street, NW

Washington, DC 20052

 

Interim Community Coordinator: 

Fernae Ellard

 

Neighborhood: 

East Commons

 

Building Snapshot

Year Built: 

1940 

 

Number of Floors: 

8 Residential Floors

 

Room Type: 

Single Unit with Kitchen (19%)

Studio, 2-Person Unit (74%)

One Bedroom, 2-Person Unite (7%)

 

 

Building & Room Features

  • Apartment style rooms with kitchen and private bathroom facilities in each unit
  • Laundry facilities, bike storage, and lounged located on basement level
  • All rooms come furnished with a twin XL bed/bedframe, desk, desk chair, microfirdge, and 2 dressers for reach resident

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Fulbright Hall 

exterior of fulbright hall

 

Fulbright Hall front door

 

Building Address & Staff

2223 H Street, NW

Washington, DC 20053

 

Community Coordinator: 

Susana Elizalde

 

Neighborhood: 

West Way

 

Building Snapshot

Year Built: 

1947

 

Number of Floors: 

8 Residential Floors

 

Room Types: 

Studio, 2-Person Units (100%) 

 

Building & Room Features

  • Apartment style rooms with kitchen and private bathroom within the unit
  • Two lounges and laundry facilities are located in the basement level of the building 
  • Outdoor bike racks located by the entrance of the building
  • All rooms come furnished with a twin XL bed/bed frame, desk/desk chair, fridge, and 2 dressers for each resident

 

Note: During the 2022-2023 academic we are reducing the density of beds in rooms so that students will share a bedroom with, at most, one other student so that we can continue to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The 'Studio, 2-Person' tour above was filmed pre-pandemic and may show more beds in the room than the two beds that will be in a bedroom

Fulbright Hall 2-Person Studio Room Tour

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Guthridge Hall

exterior of Guthridge Hall

 

front entrance of guthridge hall

 

Building Address & Staff

2115 F Street, NW
 Washington, DC 20052 

 

Community Coordinator: 

Brian Warm 

 

Neighborhood: 

South Square

 

Building Snapshot

Year Built: 

1926, renovated in 2011 

 

Number of Floors: 

8 Residential Floors 

 

Room Type: 

2-person one bedroom (49%)

2-person studio (37%)

Single unit with kitchen (14%)

 

Building & Room Features

  • Laundry facilites, indoor bike room, and community lounge located in the basement
  • Private bathroom in each room 
  • Most rooms have a private kitchen with a full sized refridgerator, stove and over. Rooms in Tier 10 and 7 do not have an oven. 
  • All rooms come furnished with a Twin XL bed/bed frame, desk/desk chair, and two dressers for each resident

 

Note: During the 2022 - 2023 academic year we are reducing the density of beds in rooms so that students will share a bedroom with, at most, one other student so that we can continue to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The 'One Bedroom, 2-Person' tour above was filmed pre-pandemic and may show more beds in the room than the two beds that will be in a bedroom

Guthridge One Bedroom 2-Person Room Tour

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International House

exterior of International House

 

entrance lobby of International House. Lobby has stained glass windows and sitting furniture.

 

Building Address & Staff

2201 Virginia Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20052

 

Community Coordinator: 

Sonia Kwak

 

Neighborhood: 

South Square 

 

Building Snapshot

Year Built: 

1966

 

Number of Floors: 

9 Residential Floors 

 

Room Type: 

2-Person studio (53%)

2-Person studio with balcony (35%)

Single units with private bathroom & micro-fridge (6%)

Single units with kitchen (6%) 

 

Building & Room Features

  • Private bathroom located in each apartment 
  • Laundry facilities and community room located in the basement 
  • Only GW residence hall that has balcony units available to students
  • All rooms come furnished with a Twin XL bed/bed frame, desk/desk chair, and two dressers for each resident

 

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JBKO Hall

exterior of JBKO

 

main lobby inside JBKO

 

Building Address & Staff

2222 I (Eye) Street NW

Washington, DC 20052

 

Community Coordinator: 

Casey Veit 

 

Neighborhood: 

North Village

 

Building Snapshot

Year Built: 

1945

 

Number of Floors: 

8 Residential Floors

 

Room Types: 

Studio, 2-Person (85%)

One Bedroom, 2-Person (12%)

Single Units with Kitchen (3%)

 

 Neighborhood Hub Location:

The hub desk in the lobby area is available from to provide evening resources, supplies, and a contact point for residents.

 

Open 12PM - 12AM daily.

 

Building & Room Features

  • Each apartment has its own fully equip kitchen with a refrigerator, stoves/oven, sink and microwave
  • Private bathrooms in each unit
  • Laundry, bike storage, and lounge located on the basement level 
  • All rooms come furnished with a regular twin bed/bedframe, desk/desk chair and dressers for each resident (Twin XL mattresses are not available for JBKO)

Note: During the 2022 - 2023 academic year we are reducing the density of beds in rooms so that students will share a bedroom with, at most, one other student so that we can continue to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The 'Studio, 2-Person' tour above was filmed pre-pandemic and may show more beds in the room than the two beds that will be in a bedroom

start your tour

 

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Mark Shenkman Hall

exterior of Shenkman Hall

 

front door of Shenkman Hall

 

Building Address & Staff

616 23rd Street, NW

Washington, DC 20052 

 

Community Coordinators: 

Erik Cederholm

Jamesha Purdiman

 

Neighborhood: 

West Way 

 

Building Snapshot

Year Built: 

2004 

 

Number of Floors:

10 Residential Floors 

 

Room Type:

4-Person two-bedroom (90%)

2-Person one-bedroom (10%)

 

Neighborhood Hub Location: 

The hub desk in the lobby area is available to provide evening resources, supplies, and a contact point for residents.

 

Building & Room Features

  • Private bathroom and kitchen facilities located in each apartment 
  • Community laundry facilities located within the building 
  • Dining facilities/restaurants located on the ground floor of the building 
  • Two basement levels of parking below the building 
  • All rooms come furnished with a Twin XL bed/bed frame, desk/desk chair, and two dressers for each resident

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Munson Hall 

Munson Exterior

 

Main Entrance of Munson Hall

 

Building Address & Staff

2212 I (Eye) Street

Washington, DC 20052 

 

Community Coordinator: 

Ashleigh Mitchell

 

Neighborhood: 

North Village

 

Building Snapshot

Year Built: 

1945 

 

Number of Floors:

8 Residential Floors

 

Room Types: 

Studio, 2-Person (78%) 

One bedroom, 2-Person (22%) 

 

Building & Room Features

  • Kitchen facilities and private bathrooms in each unit 
  • Laundry and bike storage located on basement level 
  • All rooms comes furnished with a Twin XL bed/bedframe, desk, desk chair, fridge, and 2 dressers for each resident 

Note: During the 2022 - 2023 academic year we are reducing the density of beds in rooms so that students will share a bedroom with, at most, one other student so that we can continue to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The 'One Bedroom, 2-Person' tour was filmed pre-pandemic and may show more beds in the room than the two beds that will be in a bedroom

Start your tour

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Philip Amsterdam Hall 

Exterior of Phillip Amsterdam Hall

 

Main entrance of Amsterdam Hall

 

Building Address & Staff

2350 H Street, NW

Washington DC, 20052 

 

Community Coordinators: 

Allen Clay Jr. 

Emily Marchese

 

Neighborhood: 

West Way

 

Building Snapshot

Year Built: 

1997

 

Number of Floors:

9 Residential Floors

 

Room Types: 

4-Person two-bedroom (95%)

2-Person one-bedroom (5%) 

 

 Neighborhood Hub Location: 

The hub desk in the lobby area is available to provide evening resources, supplies, and a contact point for residents.

 

Building & Room Features

  • Apartment-style rooms with private bathrooms and kitchen facilities are located in each apartment 
  • Study lounge located within the building 
  • CLRE central staff office is located in the entranceway of the building 
  • Two levels of parking below the building
  • All rooms come furnished with a Twin XL bed/bed frame, desk/desk chair, and two dressers for each resident

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South Hall 

South hall exterior

 

courtyard within south hall

 

Building Address & Staff

2135 F Street, NW
Washington, DC 20052 

 

Community Coordinators: 

Quest Morris

Kaitlyn Poe

 

Neighborhood: 

South Square

 

Building Snapshot

Year Built: 

2009 

 

Number of Floors: 

9 Residential Floors

 

Room Types: 

4-Person 4-bedroom (74%)

5-Person 5-bedroom (17%) 

4-Person 3-bedroom (8%)

 

 Neighborhood Hub Location: 

The hub desk in the lobby are is available to provide evening resources, supplies and a contact point for residents. 

 

Building & Room Features

  • Apartment style rooms with kitchen facilites, washer and dryer, and one or two private bathrooms in each unit
  • Community room and study room located on the first floor 
  • Two levels of parking located below the building 
  • All rooms come furnished with a Twin XL bed/bed frame, desk/desk chair, and two dressers for each resident

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West Hall 

exterior of West Hall

 

exterior of West Hall

 

Building Address & Staff

2100 Foxhall Road, NW

Washington, DC 20007

 

Community Coordinator: 

Kelvin Williams, Jr.

 

Neighborhood:

The Vern

 

Building Snapshot

Year Built: 

2010

 

Number of Floors:

4 Residential Floors

 

Room Types: 

4 bedroom, 4-person units (86%) 

3 bedroom, 4-person units (12%) 

Single units (2%) 

 

Building & Room Features

  • Common lounges, kitchens, and laundry located on every floor of the building
  • Mail services, gym, and dance studio, and Pelham Commons offered through the B1 level of the building
  • Outdoor bike racks located by the entrance of the building 
  • Each room has a private bathroom that is shared between residents
  • All rooms come furnished with a Twin XL bed/bedframe, desk, desk chair, microfridge, and 2 dressers for each resident 

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Fraternity & Sorority Housing

There are several fraternities and sororities that house chapter members in townhouses within the George Washington University campus.  Between eight and 30 students live in each chapter house.  View more information about this type of on-campus housing here.