Campus Involvement

There are more than 400 student-launched and student-run organizations at the George Washington University. With oversight provided by the Center for Student Engagement, these  student organizations run from academic to cultural, spiritual to recreational, and political to performing arts. The student groups behind them are diverse. The activities they sponsor bridge a number of interests and issues. These organizations provide our students with leadership opportunities and extracurricular and co-curricular experiences. The university community benefits from the creative programming that emerges from GW’s student organizations.

The Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service provides students with a central place to become involved in community service, helping students find resources for funding their projects and encouraging students to become life-long volunteers.  From getting involved in D.C. schools to Alternative Breaks in to volunteer abroad, the center is your source for service.