The Graduate School of Political Management courses are offered in several unique locations in the D.C. area. Each offers easy access to public transit and the halls of power.


Our Legislative Affairs, Political Management and Strategic Public Relations master’s degree programs are offered fully online and do not require any campus visits if you choose to do your program online. The Washington, DC global perspective residency is an option for online students wishing to get a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the nation’s capital.


Our Legislative Affairs and Political Management master’s degree programs are now also offered in hybrid format, where students are able to take online or on-campus classes on a term-by-term basis. (Ex. a student can take their classes on-campus in their first fall term, then switch to online for the spring term.)

Foggy Bottom Campus, Washington, DC

The George Washington University’s Foggy Bottom campus is the home of our Political Management courses. Located in the heart of downtown Washington, DC and just blocks from the White House, the campus is accessible from Metro’s Foggy Bottom Blue/Orange/Silver Line station and many Metrobus stops.

Address: 805 21st Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20052

The Hall of the States, Washington, DC

The Hall of the States building is the location of all of our Legislative Affairs courses. Located directly across the street from the United States Capitol Complex, the building is easily accessible from Metro’s Union Station Red Line station and several Metrobus stops.  

Address: 400 North Capitol Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20001

Arlington Education Center, Arlington, VA

The George Washington University’s state-of-the-art Education Center in Arlington is the new headquarters of our Strategic Public Relations master’s program. The building is close to public affairs and advocacy organizations of all sizes and is accessible by Metro’s Ballston Silver/Orange Line station and several bus stops.

Address: 950 N. Glebe Road, Arlington, VA 22203