Scheduling

In keeping with the university's academic mission to provide "a stimulating intellectual environment for its diverse students and faculty," the Academic Scheduling Office (ASO) coordinates the schedule of classes for the majority of the main campus and several off-campus schools and programs. In the fall and spring semesters we house almost 4,000 courses in 160 general purpose classrooms. We work hard to place each and every course into a classroom that meets both pedagogical and technological needs so that every class can take full advantage of the rich resources that GW has to offer.

ASO contributes to the university's academic mission "to promote the process of lifelong learning" by facilitating the use of general purpose classroom space by students, faculty, staff, and external organizations from the GW community. ASO works around scheduled classes to allow GW and non-GW community members to reserve classroom space for meetings, lectures, and special events. Our classroom reservation operation plays a major role in facilitating extracurricular events for our students, thereby contributing to a well-rounded college experience.