The George Washington University School of Nursing has offices on both GW’s Foggy Bottom campus and Virginia Science and Technology Campus (VSTC). Our presence in Washington, D.C., enables faculty and students to participate in the national health and health policy discussion. Our VSTC campus is our research and educational technology hub.
Virginia Science and Technology Campus
Located in Ashburn, VSTC is in Northern Virginia’s technology corridor, a hub for international technology and research-and-development companies. Our Accelerated and Veterans BSN options are both taught on campus in Ashburn, where students learn in a 10,000 square-foot Simulation Center.
Ashburn offers suburban conveniences in a rapidly growing technology corridor. Between scenic hikes in nearby national parks, an abundance of restaurants and convenient housing, Ashburn is a great place for students to focus on their studies.
Foggy Bottom Campus
GW’s Foggy Bottom campus is in the heart of Washington, D.C., just a short walk from the White House, the Pan American Health Organization and many other international and domestic health organizations. This location allows our faculty to incorporate international, government, and cultural resources into their curriculum.
With a Metro station on campus, students can easily access all that Foggy Bottom and Washington, D.C., have to offer.
Getting to GW Nursing
Virginia and Washington, D.C., offer a wonderful variety of activities for students, faculty and staff. GW offers shuttle service between the two campuses, which are less than an hour away from each other. Both campuses are easily accessible with three nearby airports (IAD in Ashburn, BWI in Baltimore, and DCA on the Washington, D.C. Metro line) and options for rail service, metro (subway and buses), car rental and car share.
If you’re in D.C. explore the city by walking, riding a bike using Capital Bikeshare or using the city’s Metro.