Reimagine Thurston Hall

Reimagine Thurston Hall

 

 

Follow along as Joseph Decilos, Class of 2024, takes you on an exclusive tour of the new and improved Thurston Hall!

Thurston Hall is a GW icon that has played a central role in campus life for more than 50 years, creating thousands of relationships, stories and shared memories.

Completed for fall 2022 move-in, the Thurston Hall renovation provides students with a healthy and modern home for living and learning while still fostering what Thurston does best — build community for GW generations of students.

 

 

 

 

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Be a Part of the Mosaic

Commemorate your piece of Thurston’s history with a name plate mosaic tile that will come together to create a remarkable piece of art in the reimagined residence hall.

Claim Your Tile

Thurston by the Numbers

1 dining hall

 

820 beds

 

16 study lounges

 

 

 

 

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Join the Legacy

Thurston Hall has made its mark on thousands of GW students. Now, it’s time to leave your legacy in this iconic building.

Browse Naming Opportunities

 

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Share Your Thurston Memory

You’ve lived and learned in Thurston, but now’s your time to reminisce. Share your meaningful Thurston experiences and how they had an impact on you and your time at GW.

Share Your Memory

 

 

 

 

 

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Support the Thurston Hall Renovation Project

Be a part of the reimagined Thurston Hall and support future generations of GW students who will call Thurston Hall home.

Give Now

Updates on the Reimagined Thurston Hall

Student moves with suitcase into Thurston Hall

New Students Move into GW, including the Recently Renovated Thurston Hall

Students and parents impressed by amenities and features of the F Street residence hall’s transformation project.

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Left to right: Peter Morin, Kevin Crilly and Leon Rosenman at the 2016 reunion of the GW class of 1981. (Courtesy Kevin Crilly)

Thurston Hall Terrace Named for Beloved Alumnus

Friends of Leon Rosenman, BBA ’81, are raising funds to honor a remarkable memory.

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