The Corcoran School inspires students to create art with the potential to shape and influence the arts community and the world. Students put knowledge into action through internships, research and service in Washington, D.C.'s many world class museums, art galleries, design studios and international cultural institutions. As part of the George Washington University's (GW) Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, Corcoran students can pursue all of their interests in a multifaceted approach to the arts.
Located in the heart of Washington D.C., the Corcoran School offers the extraordinary advantage of using the rich tapestry of architecture, culture, and dynamic visual and performing arts scene to spark imaginations. As a result, graduates gain unprecedented access to critical networking and internship opportunities and are regularly exposed to the vast collection of national treasures. The Corcoran School strives to prepare its graduates for rich multidimensional careers in the 21st century.
GW invites prospective and admitted undergraduate students to visit the Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon campuses throughout the year. Registration for information sessions and tours of both campuses are available online.
Prospective graduate and professional students are invited to visit GW’s Foggy Bottom campus. Register for a tour by visiting the Graduate Admissions event search page and selecting “Graduate Campus Tours” as the event category.
Navigate GW’s campuses and learn about the university's facilities and history through our Virtual Tour. This online tool offers interactive maps of Foggy Bottom, Mount Vernon, downtown D.C. and more!