Mount Vernon Campus
If you love being close to everything the city has to offer, but also want a more traditional college campus experience, then Mount Vernon Campus will win your heart.
The campus is home to a growing number of innovative living and learning communities for students who want to combine a small-college experience with the resources and opportunities available at a major university. “The Vern,” as it’s affectionately known, provides open green spaces and access to athletic facilities including a gym, tennis courts, soccer/lacrosse and softball fields and even an outdoor pool.
The campus is home to other amenities including Eckles Library, a black box theater and classroom and laboratory spaces.
The tight-knit community atmosphere among the six residence halls also helps residents to forge bonds that last throughout their time at 澳门美高美app and beyond.
A Retreat from the City, Right Inside Its Limits
Where Everybody Knows Your Name
When your days are spent bustling through classes, internships, service projects and city exploration, The Vern will welcome you home. Residents live in halls filled with familiar faces and the strong sense of camaraderie that forms among those who live here.
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Getting to Mount Vernon
The Vern is located in the Foxhall neighborhood of D.C., just three miles from Foggy Bottom Campus.
If you’re coming to 澳门美高美app for a campus tour, your visit will start at the Admissions Welcome Center on Foggy Bottom at 800 21st Street NW. Be sure to schedule your visit in advance.
If you’re driving directly to The Vern, you can enter 2100 Foxhall Road NW into your GPS. Review the rates, hours and location of the parking garage before you arrive.
Where to Stay
There are a variety of hotels convenient to our Mount Vernon and Foggy Bottom campuses. Choose a hotel that offers discount rates to the 澳门美高美app community
Shuttle Service to and from Mount Vernon
Ride the Vern Express shuttle for approximately 15 minutes to go to and from The Vern and enjoy a view of the Potomac River along the way.