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GW Listens is a student-run support network. We're here if you need help or want to talk

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Designed by students, run by students, built for students.
Mental health is just as important as physical health. In that spirit, and with the knowledge that many of us struggle in college, we decided to create a platform for you to speak with student volunteers who are here to help, listen to, and support you. Read more about us.

We are not available until late August, after Summer break.


We are here if you need someone to talk to. All of our conversations will forever be anonymous.

Call us at (202) 242-8255
Text us at (202) 517-2926
Message us online

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Judicial branch

An independent branch of government, the Student Court serves as a check on the Executive and Legislative.

Student court

The Student Court settles all disputes between parties within the Student Association. It is comprised of five judges appointed by the president and approved by the Senate, at least two of whom must be undergraduate students, and at least two of whom must be graduate students.

Read our 2017-18 rulings.

Read our other rulings.


Judges are charged with ensuring the Constitution, bylaws, and rules of the Student Assocation are upheld. Meet the judges.

Bylaws and procedures

Learn about the court's procedures, how it operates, and what it has the jurisdiction to adjudicate.

Read the court bylaws.

Read the court procedures.

View the complaint form.