The George Washington University
Parking and Public Transportation
The closest Metro station to GW is the Foggy Bottom stop on the Orange and Blue lines. As you exit the station, turn right and walk one block to the first stop light (H Street). Turn left and walk 1.5 blocks to the Library entrance on your right.
Loan and Period Fines
- Undergraduates: 4 weeks
- Graduate students: 6 weeks
- Faculty: three fixed due dates a year (1/31, 5/31, 9/30)
Overdue books are fined at 25 cents per day up to a $25 maximum.
The George Washington University Archives maintains collections documenting the University's administrative and social history, and the Foggy Bottom neighborhood. Included in the collections are records of the academic and administrative units of the University and its predecessor Columbian College, alumni and faculty papers, yearbooks, photographs, oral histories, student newspapers, publications, videotapes and artifacts.
The I. Edward Kiev Judaica Collection contains over 20,000 books, pamphlets, graphics and manuscripts related to various areas of Judaic Studies, from Rabbinics and biblical archeology to Jewish culture and modern Hebrew literature.