Fall 2020 Plans
Please see President DeGioia’s message about Fall 2020 plans, including Frequently Asked Questions.
Fall 2020 Residential Living Information
Please click the following button for information regarding Fall 2020 Residential Living, including contact information, applications, and Frequently Asked Questions.
Welcome Class of 2024
Current students and staff are thrilled to welcome you to Georgetown. If you are interested in talking to someone from the Women’s Center please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Sexual Misconduct & Assault Resources
Looking for on-campus resources related to Sexual Misconduct & Assault Resources? Sexual Misconduct and Assault guidelines provide information on reporting sexual misconduct, finding support on campus, university policies, and advancing campus initiatives that create a safe and just environment on campus.
The University considers acts of hate and bias unacceptable and antithetical to its commitment to an inclusive and respectful community. Through the Bias Reporting System, Georgetown is able to track and review bias-related incidents. Reporting the incident may lead to an investigation, following which the University can hold the accused accountable for their acts.
Trans @ GU
Georgetown University is committed to creating an inclusive, safe, and welcoming campus for all members of our community across all gender and sexual identities. The following provides general guidelines for specific areas of campus life, and applies to students, faculty, staff, and other visitors to campus as appropriate or relevant.
Welcome to the Georgetown University Women’s Center! The Women’s Center opened in 1990 and has been celebrating, honoring and empowering our campus community since its inception. We offer a diverse selection of educational programs, volunteer opportunities, services and resources to engage the Georgetown campus in meaningful ways. We work closely with students, staff, faculty and alumni to address the needs of our community and to create a supportive environment that is respectful and reflects our Jesuit values of Cura Personalis.
We are here for you! Please visit us in 327 Leavey Center, hop on zoom, and follow us on Facebook or Instagram at @GUWomensCenter! We look forward to working with you and becoming an integral part of your experience at Georgetown. Hoya Saxa!
“As the fall semester wrapped up, the VOICES retreat seemed to come at the ideal time. I was about to enter finals, feeling exhausted after a draining election and long semester, and didn’t realize how much I needed a space surrounded by strong and thoughtful women. The weekend helped me recharge in many ways. The first night, we heard from an honest reflection from a Georgetown alum, who reassured me that it is okay if life after graduation is filled with moments of uncertainty. We spent the next day really digging deep into our own narratives through story circles and affinity spaces — all of which challenged me to reflect on where I am coming from and how I see myself moving forward, as a woman, student, and friend. I left the retreat feeling hopeful and grateful that Georgetown created a space for community, especially in light of recent events.”
– Maddy Moore (F ‘17)