Dear Students & Parents,
The George Washington University's Guide to Personal Success program was created to provide new GW undergraduate students with one single point of contact who can assist them with personal, professional, and experiential needs during their transition to campus. GPS Guides will support the resources of the various service departments across campus, working to help students learn to navigate the systems and support services of University life.
Elizabeth Kitsos-Kang has been working at GW since 1994. She is a Professor in the Department of Theatre and Dance and in the Honors Department. In addition, she is in her 15th year as Director of the Colonial Inauguration Skits. She has also taught workshops in public speaking for Disability Support Services. Elizabeth loves being at GW all year long working with students faculty and staff, and is proud to be a GPS guide where she has the opportunity to meet and get to know our new students as they join the GW family.
For more information on the Guide to Personal Success program, please contact:
Guide to Personal Success Office
The George Washington University
2121 Eye Street, NW
Rice Hall, Suite 403
Washington, DC 20052
If I have questions about navigating GW, who do I contact?
Email us at GPS@gwu.edu
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If you are a GW staff member and are interested in becoming a GPS Guide, please contact Matt Trainum at 994-9477 or firstname.lastname@example.org.