President LeBlanc talking to students; President LeBlanc speaking at meeting; President LeBlanc volunteering in GroW Garden

President Thomas J. LeBlanc 

17th President of the George Washington University 

 


 

 

Thomas J. LeBlanc is the 17th president of the George Washington University, the largest institution of higher education in Washington, D.C. Dr. LeBlanc leads a preeminent academic and research enterprise with 10 schools and colleges, more than 26,000 undergraduate and graduate students and thousands of faculty and staff across three campuses in the District of Columbia and the Commonwealth of Virginia.
 

Dr. LeBlanc has focused efforts on enhancing GW's student experience, research, philanthropy and constituent engagement, medical enterprise and institutional culture. The university is now building on this progress to advance GW toward its aspiration for preeminence as a comprehensive, global research university, leading it to its bicentennial and beyond.
 

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President LeBlanc Welcomes Students to Campus

Celebrating GW's Bicentennial

The George Washington University’s bicentennial is a historic milestone.  Throughout 2021, GW students, faculty, staff, alumni, families and friends will come together to reflect on the university's history and consider its exciting future.

"GW’s generations of global impact and influence have been nurtured by learning and living in the heart of our nation’s capital for 200 years. Together, we are celebrating GW’s accomplishments as one of the most distinguished comprehensive, global research universities in the country." —President LeBlanc 

 

 

COVID Response Information

GW’s Response to COVID-19

The health and safety of the GW community is the university's top priority. GW is working with safety, public health, and medical experts, as well as government officials, to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and respond appropriately.

 

Presidet LeBlanc with two smiling students

 

"I believe higher education is the strongest force for social mobility in the United States. And being a part of it is what gets me up in the morning."

—President LeBlanc