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Georgetown University, with its tradition of Jesuit education, a location in Washington, DC, and a distinguished community of scholars from around the world, is a vibrant place to live and learn. We are pleased you have chosen to learn more about the opportunities for undergraduate students that await you here at Georgetown. To ensure that you receive timely communication from our office, invitations to Georgetown events in your hometown area, we welcome you to join our mailing list. We also welcome you to explore what Georgetown has to offer via this brochure . 

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We believe you will find Georgetown’s application process highly personalized. Georgetown uses its own application for admission and we are able to coordinate an alumni interview for nearly all candidates. While a candidate’s academic performance is the most important criteria under consideration, accomplishments outside of the classroom, demonstrated commitment to the broader community, and personal qualities such as resiliency, motivation and ambition are certainly considered. It is these qualities that make you an individual and someone who will uniquely add to – and benefit from – the Georgetown University community. We look forward to getting to know you.

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To experience the university’s rich environment, we invite you to visit our campus or to gather with us online for a virtual information session and student panel. Please see the Visit Georgetown page to register for an upcoming event.

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Georgetown actively seeks and recruits highly talented and motivated students from all backgrounds. The university enrolls more than 6,300 undergraduates from all 50 states and over 130 countries; approximately a third of all students are fluent in more than one language when they arrive on campus. Whether you hail from a small, rural community or a major metropolitan area – or somewhere in between – you will find a place among Georgetown’s dynamic and talented community of students.

Georgetown’s commitment to ensuring a diverse student body is evidenced through its need-blind admission process and its commitment to meet 100% of the demonstrated financial need for all eligible students. Every undergraduate applicant receives admission consideration without regard to his or her financial circumstances. Once admitted, every student will have his or her demonstrated financial need met in full. Visit Diversity and Access page of our website to learn more about the Georgetown’s diverse community.

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Our location isn’t just where we are, it’s a big part of who we are. Our namesake envisioned a university in the nation’s capital that would prepare citizen leaders brought together from all over the world. Today, GW serves as an epicenter for education, leadership, and positive change. Taking full advantage of our setting, GSEHD offers unparalleled access to global opportunities. 

Whether you attend class in Washington, D.C. , at one of our other campuses , or earn your degree online, our programs are designed for working professionals with the flexibility needed to balance your career, family, and academic goals. Regardless of your program's location or format, you will reap the benefits of learning firsthand from the best of D.C.'s experts.

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GSEHD's headquarters, located at 2134 G Street NW, Washington, DC , is near the heart of the Foggy Bottom campus. Study and intern within walking distance of our nation's capitol, feel and build on the energy within the city, and take advantage of opportunities in the city to leave your mark on the future of education in our country and beyond.

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Conveniently integrated into the heart of Washington, D.C., alongside our nation's premier monuments, museums, and performing arts centers, not to mention the federal and international mecca of our country, our historic Foggy Bottom campus serves as a destination of its own. Attracting visitors from around the globe, our campus offers educational and cultural offerings through our research facilities, art studios and museums, famous auditoriums, and more.

   Experience life at GW and explore where your transformation will begin. Join International Education alumna, Caroline Rakus-Wojciechowski, to get a feel for your new home in the heart of D.C. Check out some of the places to study, eat, and explore, all within steps of the GSEHD building.

   Register for a Campus Tour : Tours last approximately one hour. If you would like to talk to a faculty or staff member during your visit, please contact the GSEHD Admissions team .

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Our location in the heart of the nation’s capital—the epicenter of policy, practice, and research—provides a distinct advantage: extraordinary access to extraordinary opportunities and leaders.

As a GW student, you'll make D.C. your own, whether it's visiting national landmarks in your backyard, taking advantage of unbeatable internship opportunities, or enjoying the city's world-class food scene!

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The Alexandria Education Center is located at  413 John Carlyle Street, Alexandria, VA 22314 .

Old Town Alexandria is the heart of Virginia's Potomac River waterfront. This beautifully-preserved historic district is George Washington's adopted hometown easily accessible by the free King Street Trolley, bike, or on foot and also conveniently located near Ronald Reagan National Airport and Metrorail station ( just a few blocks from the King Street Metro stop on the Blue and Yellow lines ).

The Center offers courses in master’s and certificate programs, including art therapy, educational administration, human resources, counseling, public relations and more.

It features a state-of-the-art Mac lab, a community counseling center and classrooms. The art therapy program infuses creativity into the space with an art studio and an art gallery that changes on a regular basis.  

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The Arlington Education Center is located at  950 N. Glebe Road, Arlington, VA 22203 .

Known for walkable urban centers like Crystal City, Rosslyn and Ballston, Arlington sits just across the Potomac from Washington DC. Arlington is car-optional and offers students an ideal learning environment while maintaining a convenient commute. The Center is located less than a mile from the Ballston Metro stop on the Orange and Silver lines.

The Center offers courses in  master's and certificate programs, including education, engineering, security, organizational sciences and more.

The center features 24,000 square feet of learning space with computer labs, a homework lab, student and faculty lounges and fully equipped meeting rooms and classrooms.  

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Located in Loudoun County, 30 miles west of Washington, D.C. between Washington Dulles International Airport and Leesburg, the Virginia Science & Technology campus is home to busy students taking courses in our weekend cohorts.

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Self-Guided Tour of Georgetown University

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This post is a self-guided tour of Georgetown University. This is a fun way to experience Georgetown at your own leisure, although the walk is short and the whole tour is under one hour.

Our Historic Georgetown walking tour focuses on the neighborhood, ending here at Georgetown University campus. Use this as a complement to wander the historic campus after the tour!

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Stop a: "healy gates".

Self Guided Tour of Georgetown University Healy Gates

As you enter the "Healy Gates" at 37th and O St NW, the main entrance to campus, you'll see the Georgetown University seal on the gate pillars. The seal was a gift to the university by Justane Douat. She was a nurse on campus and financed the design of the seal in 1798.

The seal depicts an eagle holding a cross to represent the Jesuit tradition of the university and a globe to represent the sciences. In its mouth, the eagle holds a scroll that says "Utraque Unum" or "from both, one."

This is thought to refer to the combination of religion and education but also later to reunify the campus after the American Civil War .

Above the eagle is a lyre to represent the humanities. Surrounding the lyre are 16 stars, one for each of the States at the time, and the Latin phrase "Adripas Potomaci in Marylandia - Collegium Georgipolitanum".

This translates to "Georgetown College on the banks of the Potomac in Maryland". This is because when Georgetown was founded, there was no District of Columbia and was instead part of the State of Maryland.

During the Civil War, Union soldiers who were stationed on campus used the gatehouses you see on either side; after the First Battle of Bull Run, injured soldiers were treated wherever there was room, including at these gatehouses.

STOP B: Poulton Hall

Self Guided Tour of Georgetown University Poulton Hall

Before you head into the quad, visit Poulton Hall further up 37th St NW. The original plan for the quad which you'll see later included Poulton Hall, but budget restrictions kept the original plan from being built.

After WWII , there were surplus building materials available and this building was completed in 1947, though outside the campus walls. It is named after Ferdinand Poulton, a founding member of the Society of Jesuits in America.

Inside is the Mask and Bauble Society. This dramatic arts group was founded in 1852 and is the oldest continuously running collegiate theatre troupe. Former members include John Barrymore and Bradley Cooper.

STOP C: History of Georgetown University

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Archbishop John Carroll founded Georgetown University in 1789. Carroll was a member of a prominent family: his cousin Charles Carrol signed the Declaration of Independence and his brother Daniel Carrol helped to draft the Articles of Confederation.

They were also some of the large landowners in what later became Washington, DC.

As a young boy, John Carroll studied at a Jesuit school, Bohemian Manor in Maryland, but there was no Jesuit university in America. He continued his studied in Europe and was part of the movement to create more of a Jesuit presence in the United States.

He was named the first archbishop in America as the Archbishop of Baltimore and was given the task to create this school.

He was given a choice in where to locate the campus, either Jenkins Hill or here on Georgetown Heights. He said Jenkins Hill was too far out in the country, which is ironic because what was Jenkins Hill is today called Capitol Hill , the literal center of the city.

Georgetown is the oldest Catholic university in America. At the time of its founding, other universities had a more Anglican focus and it is said that Catholics were not welcome.

The founding of the university began quietly as there was still persecution of the Jesuits, but Congress awarded the university a charter in 1815.

Today, Georgetown University has over 19,000 students enrolled. Tuition to the college is around $75,000 per year with room and board. It has a mere 15% acceptance rate.

STOP D: White-Gravenor Hall

Self Guided Tour of Georgetown University White Gravenor

White-Gravenor Hall is named after two Jesuit priests, Andrew White and John Gravenor, who landed in Maryland in 1634 to establish a colony to educate the natives. Above the door of this 1932 building is carved the date 1634, which led the way for a Catholic university, and 1789, the actual founding of Georgetown.

Directly above the door are the five shields symbolizing academies founded by the Jesuits in Maryland, including Georgetown Heights - the academy founded by John Carroll here.

Self Guided Tour of Georgetown University White Gravenor

Often called a "sermon in stone" for the vast amount of religious symbolism, there are 14 symbols of academic fields accompanied by the name of Jesuit priest prominent in that study. Francisco Suarez and the lamp of learning, for example, represent philosophy.

STOP E: St. Ignatius of Loyola Statue

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At the entrance of the building is a bronze statue of St. Ignatius of Loyola called "The Pilgrim." St. Ignatius is the founder of the Jesuits in 1540 in Manresa, Spain. He was a soldier who recovered from injury in a monastery and was inspired to create an order of teaching and missionaries.

STOP F: Jesuit Community Cemetery

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In the middle of campus you'll find the resting place of over 350 priests. Sixteen of these are former presidents, including Patrick Healy, for whom the flagship building of campus is named .

The cemetery was founded in 1808 with the burial of Thomas Kelly, S.J. close to what is now the southern end of Healy Hall. However, in 1854 Kelly and 46 other graves were moved to this lo cation due to construction on campus, namely a dormitory that didn't want a graveyard next door. The cemetery is exclusive to Jesuits.

On many of these headstones, you'll see IHS. This is the romanization of the first three letters of Jesus' name in Greek.

STOP G: Copley Crypt

Self Guided Tour of Georgetown University Copley

This is the Copley Crypt, where Jesuit fathers would lie for wake before being buried in the Jesuit Cemetery behind you. The chapel was built in 1932 and is dedicated to Jesuit missionaries who were martyred in the mid 17th century in what is modern-day Ontario.

The crypt is beneath St. William Chapel in Copley residence hall, the 1932 building you're now standing behind. The Chapel was built in the dorm to help students meet their mass requirements.

In the early years of the school, daily mass attendance was required of all students to graduate regardless of their personal faith.

Today it is used for many orthodox Christian services, apparent by the Icons of Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox worship. The stained glass windows depict each of the eight martyred Jesuits for whom the crypt is dedicated. It is open to the public.

STOP H: Stone Carver's Work

Self Guided Tour of Georgetown University Stonecarver

As you make your way around the back of Dahlgren Chapel, pause to find a small gargoyle carved along the gutter. Legend says a stone carver was making his way through the area and volunteered his services to show his skill.

Though the artwork is superb, he must not have been commissioned for more carving since this is his only piece.

STOP I: Dahlgren Chapel of the Sacred Heart

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Dahlgren Chapel of the Sacred Heart has been the main chapel of the university since 1893. It was funded by a donation from outside the university, a gift from John and Elizabeth Dahlgren in memory of their infant son.

The iron cross hanging in the chapel is said to be parts of the Ark and the Dove sailing vessels, which brought the first Jesuit priest to Maryland.

It is often the site of baptisms, weddings, and mass but it is open to the public.

STOP J: Old North

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Old North is the oldest remaining structure on campus. This quadrangle was the original land grant given to Archbishop John Carroll. Across the quad was the location of Old South (now New South). This building was constructed in 1794 as dorms but now is the School of Business.

In 1797 George Washington come to visit two of his nephews attending the university. He stood on the porch where you are standing to address the student body.

Since then, many presidents who visit Georgetown choose this spot for speeches. They are listed on a plaque to the right of the door. (There is a gap in visiting presidents from 1868-1983, the reason unknown).

To the left of the door, a small plaque details the story of the Georgetown University colors. As the Civil War loomed, Georgetown was mostly students from wealthy Southern farmers but the faculty was mostly from the North.

These boys and men would leave school to fight for both the Union and Confederacy. From 1859 to1861 the student body population decreased from 313 to 17. 80% of the students fought for the South.

When the students and faculty returned, the Georgetown University rowing club adopted grey for the Confederacy and blue for the Union. These two colors have remained the official colors since.

STOP K: Healy Hall

Self Guided Tour of Georgetown University Healy Hall

Healy Hall is the most iconic structure on campus. It was completed in 1879 and named for President Patrick Healy. Healy is thought of as the second founder. After the loss of student body during the Civil War, Healy is credited with a revival in bringing students back to Georgetown.

He was born legally enslaved like his mother, but was raised by both his mother and his white father in a very loving household. Despite his mixed race, he earned a Ph.D., though he had to go to Europe to do so, and became the president of a predominately white university - the first man of African descent to do so - and all in 1873.

The building is home to Riggs Library, one of the few remaining cast-iron libraries. It houses over 35,000 volumes but is no longer a working student or public library.

Gaston Hall is the jewel of the building but was not completed until 1909 due to the unexpected expenses of building the rest of Healy Hall. The 750-seat auditorium is named after William Gaston, the university's first student at the age of 13 and also it's first drop-out.

Healy Hall was both classrooms and dorms; it even had a ratskeller in the basement where beers were .43c! Today it is classrooms and offices. You'll also find public restrooms in this final stop.

STOP L: Be Careful!

Self Guided Tour of Georgetown University Seal

As you exit the building - be careful! On the stoop outside the door, you will see the Georgetown University seal. Don't step on it - it's cursed! Legend says that if you step on it and you're applying, you won't get in. If you go here, you won't graduate.

This story has been around for so many decades there is a large crack down the center of the seal from the weight of thousands of footsteps walking down either side.

Much of the tour route and information is based on a tour from Deirdre Manger, Georgetown alum and Washington DC Tour Guide

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Access & Affordability

Virtual college tours could offer benefits that outlast pandemic.

COVID-related safety precautions shifted many college tours to a virtual experience, but the approach may end up having long-term value as a tool for recruiting students who cannot afford to travel or face other barriers to exploring campuses in-person, The Chronicle of Higher Education reports.

The nature and quality of virtual college tours can vary widely. Some institutions load videos onto YouTube; others rely on Google Maps. A platform called YouVisit (which hosts Georgetown University’s virtual tour ) provides interactivity and 360-degree views.

Investing in virtual tours as an equity tool

While their approaches may differ, colleges are increasingly unified in their enthusiasm for offering and optimizing their virtual experiences. Done well, virtual tours can have “significant benefits” for students who cannot get to campus because of financial constraints, child care responsibilities, and other barriers, Ffiona Rees, board chair of the National Association for College Admission Counseling, told The Chronicle . “Virtual allows students to look at a much broader range of colleges, as far as size, as far as type, as far as geographic location,” she said.

More than three quarters of admissions officials surveyed this August by Inside Higher Ed said they assume that some (or many) students will continue to use videos instead of visiting campuses. YouVisit, meanwhile, has added 160 new clients since the pandemic began, according to The Chronicle .

What improvements would appeal to prospective students?

Noting that some virtual college tours remain institution-centric, not student-centric, The Chronicle interviewed several first-generation students about opportunities for virtual college tours to better serve student needs. Their responses indicated “a need for more human interactions, real-time Q&A opportunities, insights into the surrounding community, virtual sessions spotlighting clubs, and translation services, among other things.”

One student out of California with a goal of studying cardiology suggested making virtual tours available in Spanish so that non-English-speaking parents could be more involved.

Another student who now hosts biweekly live virtual college tours at New York University said his group of “ambassadors” has had success combining real-time narration, a slide show, and a closely monitored chat section. He said that about 70 people attend each virtual session and tend to come from a wider range of backgrounds than participants on the in-person tours he also hosts. Saying that “virtual options are better at reaching first-generation students and students from low-income backgrounds,” he urged colleges to “keep this channel open.”

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Graduate Admissions Events

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GSAS Admissions Information Session webinars cover the same content as an on-campus session: background about Georgetown, the application process, financial aid, and some discussion of student life. Special Topic webinars provide detailed advice on different aspects of the graduate school application process and student experience. Webinars will last anywhere between 30 minutes to an hour depending on the topic.

Webinar Recordings:

  • General Information Session  
  • International Student Information Session  
  • Crafting Your Statement of Purpose  
  • I've Submitted My Application, Now What?
  • Fellowships Informational Session

Upcoming Webinars:  (Register using links below or calendar tool at the bottom of the page)

  • Thursday, September 7th | 10:00AM EST
  • Tuesday, September 19th | 11:00AM EST
  • Thursday, October 12th | 10:00AM EST
  • Thursday, October 19th  | 12:00PM EST
  • Monday, November 6th | 11:00AM EST
  • Thursday, November 16th | 10:00AM EST
  • Thursday, September 21st | 11:00AM EST
  • Wednesday, November 15th | 2:00PM EST
  • Friday, September 1st | 3:00PM EST
  • Tuesday, October 3rd | 10AM EST
  • Monday, October 2nd
  • Tuesday, November 14th | 12:00PM
  • Wednesday, November 29th | 11:00AM EST
  • Monday, December 4th   | 10:00AM EST
  • Monday, December 18th  | 2:00PM EST
  • Thursday, October 26th | 1:00PM EST

Virtual Tour

Whether you're a prospective student, applicant, or recently admitted student, there's no better time to get acquainted with our campus environment and resources for graduate students.  We invite you to join the Graduate Admissions team in an  interactive virtual tour  of campus from the comfort and safety of your own home.   

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Virtual Office Hours 

Wish you could visit our office on campus, but can't? Well, now you have the next best option! Schedule a virtual one-on-one session with a member of our Admissions team! Whether you're just beginning your graduate school research, or you've already started your GU application, Virtual Office Hours sessions are your time to connect with us to discuss any and all of the following topics:  

  • The Georgetown Graduate Community 
  • Campus Resources 
  • Life in D.C. 
  • Application Requirements  

Upcoming Sessions: (Register using the calendar tool at the bottom of the page)

  • Wednesday, October 4th
  • Tuesday, October 17th

Program Events

Many of our programs host their own specialized events and webinars throughout the year. If you're interested in learning more about a specific program, use the calendar tool below to find a program event, or visit your program's webpage for their events calendar and more!    

Graduate School Fairs

Meet us on the road in 2023! Many of our programs will also be represented at fairs hosted both online and in person by schools across the country. Check with the individual programs to find their schedules. If you find yourself at any of the Grad Fairs below, we'd love to meet you!

On-Campus Information Sessions

Information Sessions are typically offered every other week from  September through November . The on-campus visit consists of a presentation and a campus tour conducted by a Graduate Admissions team member. This is a great opportunity to see the university, learn more about our application process and graduate student life. Attendees are also welcome to schedule additional program-specific appointments with their  department(s) of interest  following their Information Session.  Sessions last approximately 90 minutes.

  • Friday, September 8th | 12:00PM-3:00PM EST
  • Friday September 22nd  | 12:00PM-3:00PM EST
  • Friday, October 6th | 12:00PM-3:00PM EST
  • Friday, October 20th  | 9:30AM-12:00PM EST
  • Friday, November 3rd  | 12:00PM-3:00PM EST
  • Friday, November 10th  | 12:00PM-3:00PM EST
  • Friday, November 17th | 12:00PM-3:00PM EST

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We're committed to providing students with the opportunity to make learning work with their busy lives. To fulfill this goal, we offer programs in a variety of flexible formats: full-time and part-time enrollment, evening and weekend courses, and online learning options .

U.S. Admissions Eligibility for Online Programs

Georgetown University is able to offer the online format to residents of all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands for the following programs:

Master of Professional Studies Degrees

  • Applied Intelligence
  • Cybersecurity Risk Management
  • Design Management & Communications
  • Emergency & Disaster Management
  • Higher Education Administration
  • Human Resources Management
  • Information Technology Management
  • Integrated Marketing Communications
  • Project Management
  • Public Relations & Corporate Communications
  • Real Estate
  • Sports Industry Management
  • Supply Chain Management

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  • Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies

Graduate Certificate Programs

  • Certificate in Competitive Business Intelligence
  • Certificate in Cybersecurity Risk Management
  • Certificate in Lean and Agile Practices

Professional Certificate Programs

  • Certificate in Cybersecurity Strategy
  • Certificate in Instructional Design
  • Certificate in International Migration Studies (Please note: Only certain courses within this program are available online)
  • Certificate in Project Management
  • Certificate in Social Media Management

Summer Programs

  • Summer Sessions

Georgetown University’s authorization to admit online students in many states is pursuant to its membership in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA). Please visit the NC-SARA website for a list of current SARA member states.

International Admissions Eligibility for Online Programs

Georgetown University does not  currently accept applications or enrollment requests for online programs from residents of the following countries:

  • North Korea
  • Ukraine (Crimea, and the so-called Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics—DNR and LNR—within Ukraine)

Georgetown University does not currently accept applications or enrollment requests for online programs from non-U.S. citizens who are residents of the following countries:

  • Canada (Exception: Online format is available for Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario, and Quebec)

We make every effort to keep these lists up to date; however, your admissions advisor or enrollment management team will have the most current information on online admissions from states or countries outside the District of Columbia.

Information for International Students

Visa Support

  • Online MPS Programs Visa support is currently unavailable.
  • Online Professional Certificate Programs Visa support is currently unavailable.
  • Online Program Internships Students living outside the U.S., including U.S. citizens, may not be able to complete an internship or field experience. Students living outside the U.S. may apply for these programs, but may not be able to select elective courses that involve an internship or field experience. Prospective students should contact their admissions advisor to discuss how this policy applies to their situation if they are interested in completing an internship, while current students should contact their program administrator.

Please be aware that students who relocate while enrolled at Georgetown University may experience a delay in registration eligibility or potentially be unable to complete their studies if they are moving to a country or state where Georgetown is not currently authorized to offer an online option for a particular program. Prospective students should contact their admissions advisor to discuss how relocation could alter their eligibility, while current students should contact their program administrator if they are considering relocating during their course of study.

Additional Information for Online Students

Degrees conferred by Georgetown University are recognized in the United States and may be recognized in other countries. Degrees and certificates conferred by Georgetown University are not officially recognized by Mexico. All international students are encouraged to research the policies pertaining to degree recognition in their home country prior to enrolling in a Georgetown program.

None of the online master's programs offered through the School of Continuing Studies provide any professional licensure or certification. Though not required, students in these programs may wish to research and seek certifications through professional organizations in their field.

SCS online programs use some or all of the technology platforms listed here . Students should confirm that they have a reliable internet connection and the ability to access each of these platforms before applying. While every effort is made to ensure course content and materials can be accessed by all students, it is not guaranteed. A variety of circumstances may affect the ability to access course content and materials, including internet access issues, firewalls, and hardware limitations. Students who are unable to access course content and materials will not be able to complete the program, and will receive a refund consistent with Georgetown’s refund policy .

Additional information for distance education students at Georgetown University is available through the Office of Compliance and Ethics .

Specific refund policies have been developed for our online format. The current refund schedule can be found on our Academic Calendar .

Please see our How to Apply page for information on the application process.

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Georgetown University: Campus Visit Tips

  • Post author By Kathryn Baker
  • Post date November 12, 2020

College tours can be a hassle, but they don’t have to be! Whether you travel by car, train, or plane, here are the top three things to know before visiting Georgetown University!

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GEORGETOWN – The college decision process should be exciting. It is a phase of preparation for your next stage of life, an opportunity to assert your independence, and a path to self-discovery. Unfortunately, the excitement of the season is too often buried by daunting demographics, last-minute visits, and vague college counselors. 

 As a recent college graduate, I understand how difficult the application process is for parents and students. Though I eventually made it to my dream school, I know my road to Georgetown could have been less rocky if I had had some insider knowledge. 

Enter: this article. I want the hunt for your dream school to be as hassle-free as possible, so I’m sharing the top three things to know before you visit Georgetown University. Whether your journey takes two minutes, two hours, or two planes, here are some tips to touring the “Hilltop”. 

Transportation Will Cost You

It does not matter if you travel by car, train, or plane — transportation is likely to pose a problem once you arrive. Georgetown is one of the only neighborhoods in the District of Columbia without a Metro stop, meaning that you’ll have to rely on ride-sharing apps, taxis, bikes, or scooter rentals to navigate the city. Depending on where your hotel is located or where you want to eat, an Uber or Lyft could cost you $10-20 per trip. Via is another ride-sharing app which usually has lower rates than Uber or Lyft, though it might take longer for your ride to arrive. You can also take the DC Circulator , which is a free bus that runs through some of the city’s most popular neighborhoods. 

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If you’re local, another option is to drive or rent a car once you arrive in town. Georgetown’s parking situation, however, is notoriously difficult, and you will have to pay upwards of $20 to park in the Canal Street garage. If you are confident in your parallel parking skills, you can park on 37th, O or P streets. Street parking has a two-hour limit on weekdays but is unrestricted on weekends, if you are able to snag a spot.

If you have the time and are able to do so, I suggest walking your way through Washington, D.C. Walking is a way to connect to the city’s culture and see its historic landmarks in-person. If you have any energy left post-tour, I especially recommend walking to either the Foggy Bottom or Rosslyn Metro stations; the path to Foggy Bottom features an abundance of shops and restaurants, while the walk to Rosslyn takes you over the scenic Key Bridge and offers gorgeous views of the Potomac River and the Washington Monument. 

It is also worth noting that though Georgetown’s campus is relatively small, it can be difficult to navigate. It is nicknamed the Hilltop for a reason, and you won’t spend much time walking on flat earth. If the abundance of stairs and inclines might pose a problem, I suggest following Georgetown’s self-guided tour , which includes an ADA-accessible route. 

It Matters When You Visit 

This tip might seem obvious, but I cannot emphasize it enough: check a university’s academic calendar before you schedule a tour! I made the mistake of touring Georgetown on a holiday weekend when the campus was completely deserted. Not only was I not able to access several campus buildings, but I was also unable to get a feel for the campus atmosphere and see how students spend their free time. 

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I know that it is easiest for high school students to visit on their breaks, so I suggest doing some research into what holidays are big at the university. For example, Georgetown has both a spring break and an Easter break, but we do not have a fall break. Most students leave during spring break, but Easter vacation is shorter and more students are likely to stay on campus and prepare for final exams. Additionally, most students take trips over the Columbus Day weekend, but we will be in town for President’s Day. 

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As much as you want to avoid visiting campus when students are gone, I also strongly advise against visiting on a highly-celebrated university holiday. Most notably, I suggest

that you do not visit campus during Homecoming in the fall or Georgetown Day in the spring. While visiting campus on these days might seem like a great way to see student spirit and participate in university traditions, these holidays are crowded and rowdy. Let’s be honest here: mom and dad will not be thrilled if they see students partying on rooftops or walking around with solo cups. Do them a favor and visit on an average college weekend. 

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Tours are a great way to learn about a school before you begin the application process. If  you want to save money, however, one option is to ditch the initial tour altogether and instead wait until the admitted students weekend, known as GAAP weekend at Georgetown, to visit. GAAP weekends are opportunities for admitted students to picture themselves on Georgetown’s campus. During GAAP, you will attend lectures, take campus and neighborhood tours, and meet members of various Georgetown student organizations. I even met my college roommate during GAAP weekend! 

If you are unable to attend an admitted students weekend,  GAAP offers several other ways to learn about Georgetown and see if it is the right fit for you. On their website , you can request a coffee chat with a student or send a student from your state questions. You can also make arrangements to visit a class or university event. 

Tours are helpful, but they are not everything; do not panic if you are unable to visit campus before you submit your application! Due to COVID-19, Georgetown is offering virtual walking tours on their website . 

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Your Tour Will Only Scratch the Service

Tours are great sources of information, but it is important to keep in mind that tour guides have an agenda. They love Georgetown, and they want you to love it as well. Blue & Gray is an enthusiastic organization, and each guide goes out of their way to answer your questions to the best of their abilities. That being said, tours only scratch the surface of what it is like to attend Georgetown University, and it is crucial to do your own research rather than blindly accept everything your tour guide tells you. Check out the following websites and social media pages for more information on student and academic life at Georgetown. 

  • Read the campus newspaper! Student journalists are students first, meaning that their primary agenda is to expose the truth of student life on campus. Campus journalism is a great way to learn about housing issues, local politics, and student leisure. Georgetown’s primary student publications are The Hoya (of which I am a proud alum) and The Voice . 
  • Follow tour guides and admissions ambassadors on Instagram. It is an easy way to hear of upcoming events for prospective students and connect with current students. Georgetown’s tour guide society is @blueandgray and its Admissions Ambassador Program is @georgetowngaap. 
  • Post in your class Facebook group. Each year, GAAP creates a Facebook group for the incoming class of students. While the page is officially used to post orientation information and advertise admitted students weekends, the group is a great way for students to interact. The summer before my freshman year, the class of 2020 used the group to find roommates and even compare universities before making their final decisions. You should be automatically added once you are accepted to Georgetown, but if not I, would reach out to a GAAP ambassador for assistance. 
  • Attend a performance, a sports game, or a lecture. If you know where your interests lie, then it is necessary to explore those interests before you commit to Georgetown. If you envision a fall filled with tailgates and crowded football games, for example, Georgetown is not the place for you. Even if you are not yet sure what you will want to pursue in college, attending campus events might introduce you to new activities and unlock some hidden passions. 

Compiling essays, standardized tests, and portfolios are inherently stressful components of the college application process, but visiting schools should be the fun part! It wasn’t until I visited my top choices that I felt excited, rather than scared, to leave home and start my next chapter. Tours exist to introduce you to a school’s campus and students before you make your formal decision, and the last thing a university wants to do is cause stress or confusion. 

When it comes to visiting Georgetown University, these tips are meant to make your life easier so you can stress less and enjoy your weekend away from home! Additionally, it is totally ok if you don’t fall in love with a school right away. I wasn’t crazy about Georgetown until GAAP weekend, which was months after my initial tour; and, if Georgetown is not the right school for you, these tips can help you find the school that is!

Have more questions about Georgetown University? Send them to me at [email protected]!

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Title: Board Increases Financial Aid, Tours Capitol Campus in Summer Meeting

Georgetown’s board of directors approved a historic increase to financial aid, toured the Capitol Campus and greenlit several new degree programs in its annual summer meeting. 

In the coming fiscal year, Georgetown will increase its financial aid budget by 8% to $285 million, the largest-ever commitment to financial aid in Georgetown’s history. As part of a balanced budget, the increase in financial aid will continue to support the university’s need-blind admissions policy while increasing the enrollment of Pell-eligible students.

Touring the Capitol Campus

During the meeting, board members got an inside look at the Capitol Campus in downtown Washington, DC.

The Capitol Campus is home to Georgetown Law , the McCourt School of Public Policy and a host of programs from across the university. One of the buildings the Board was able to visit was 111 Massachusetts Ave., which was approved for additional funding to complete the renovation of that project. Over the next year, 111 Massachusetts Ave. will become the home of the Earth Commons Institute , School of Continuing Studies, the Capitol Applied Learning Labs (CALL) Program and programs from the McDonough School of Business, the School of Health and the School of Nursing, among others.

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At 500 First St., academic programs and research centers from Georgetown Law, the McCourt School, the Medical Center and other university-wide initiatives like Tech & Society collaborate to push the boundaries of their fields. The space is complete with fully renovated classrooms, office space and places for meeting and collaboration.

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Home to the McCourt School of Public Policy, 125 E St. serves as the base for McCourt’s expanding graduate programs and its new undergraduate major in public policy. The space features an auditorium, rooftop event space and a terrace with views of the U.S. Capitol.

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Opened in August 2022, 55 H St. is Georgetown’s newest residence hall with capacity for over 450 students. The building features a mix of studio, two-bedroom and four-bedroom apartment-style units. Students also have access to a penthouse level with a fitness center, contemplation space and spaces for studying and socializing.

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Slated to open by the fall 2025 semester, 111 Massachusetts Ave. will be the future home for the Earth Commons Institute, School of Continuing Studies and a host of other offerings, including programs from the McDonough School of Business, the School of Health and the School of Nursing.

Hilltop Renovations

The board received updates on the renovation project on Healy and Copley Lawn that began this month and will continue through the spring of 2027. The renovation is part of Georgetown’s long-term commitment to advance sustainability on campus.

The three-year project will replace underground utilities and convert the aging network of piping from steam to hot water. The conversion will reduce energy and water usage, as well as enhance the reliability of Georgetown’s heating and cooling systems and improve drainage throughout campus.

The renovation project will occur in phases to have portions of the lawn open to members of the community at all times.

The board also approved additional funding for the renovation of the Pierce Reading Room in Georgetown’s Lauinger Library. The renovated space will include a modern design for student learning and collaboration with natural light and views of the Potomac River and northern Virginia.

New Degree Programs

The board authorized the creation of four new degree programs at Georgetown. 

The College of Arts & Sciences now offers a major in East Asian languages and cultures, which complements existing department majors in Chinese, Japanese and Korean.

The School of Continuing Studies will also offer a new executive master’s in humanitarian crisis and emergency management, as well as a master’s in artificial intelligence management. The Graduate School of Arts & Sciences will also offer a new master’s program in financial economics.

Departing Board Members

In the summer meeting, the board also expressed gratitude for the service of nine outgoing members of the board:

Suzanne Donohoe (C’92), chief commercial officer and global head of EQT-Ext at EQT Group; Rev. Agbonkhianmeghe E. Orobator, S.J. (G’16), dean of the Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University; Bruce Blume (L’80), founder and chairman of the Blume Company Real Estate; Amy Goldman (SFS’86), CEO and chair of the GHR Foundation; Thomas Farley (C’97), chairman and CEO of Far Peak Acquisition; Fernando Zobel de Ayala, former chairman and CEO of the Ayala Corporation; Rev. John Fitzgibbons, S.J., chancellor and chief mission officer at the University of San Francisco; Kevin Clark (C’76, L’79), chair of the Board of Regents; and Kelly Mulvoy Mangan (SFS’91), president and trustee at the Harrison Central School District.

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