Advisory Archive

Browse through past advisories below.

DC Protests

May 31, 2020

Approximately 30 protesters are on the east side of 17th street across from the Corcoran Flagg Building, near the secret service gate/entrance to the White House.

Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 8:45am

February 07, 2020

The National Weather Service in Sterling Virginia has issued a  Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Metro DC area

March For Life 2020 - Transportation Closures

January 23, 2020

On Friday, January 24th, 2020, the March for Life Expo will take place in and around the Renaissance Washington DC hotel and the Capital Area.

Road Closure: Washington Circle at New Hampshire Avenue NW

January 21, 2020

Washington Gas reports a road closure on Washington Circle at New Hampshire Avenue NW until further notice due to gas service repairs. Please use caution in the area.

Police Activity / Road Closure: 700 Block of 24th St NW

January 14, 2020

MPD reports the 700 block of 24th St NW is closed due to police activity. There is no threat to the campus community but please avoid the area.


Women's March 2020 - January 18th

January 14, 2020

On Saturday, January 18, 2020, the Women’s March will take place in the District of Columbia.

Traffic Alert: Climate Change Demonstrations

January 13, 2020

Climate change demonstrators are planning a coordinated event in the District to drop banners over overpasses. Starting at approximately 5AM, road, bridge and possibly metro transportation inf

GW Operating Status for 1/8/2020

January 07, 2020
On Wednesday, January, 8, 2020, all GW campuses have a delayed opening until 9 a.m. and then open with weather flex.

National Terrorism Advisory System Bulletin Issued

January 04, 2020

Acting Secretary Wolf has issued a Homeland Security National Terrorism Advisory System (NTAS) Bulletin

Traffic Advisory - 15th St NW and 17th St. NW

January 03, 2020

15th St between I and Constitution

17th St. between Connecticut and Constitution

2019-2020 Winter Weather Reminders

December 05, 2019

The Washington, D.C. region can experience adverse weather including snow, freezing rain and ice during the winter months.