The Women’s Center provides resources and referrals for the following issues and concerns: women’s health and wellness topics, pregnancy tests, sexual health, body image, and gender based violence and harassment. Feel free to visit us in the OSEI space in the New South basement (accessible off of Tondorf Road, across from Leo’s and below HFSC) or schedule an appointment by emailing Below are resources and referrals that we provide to the entire University community.

Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Resources

As a semi-confidential Title IX (new window) reporting space, we help students in crisis situations. A semi-confidential space means that son-identifying information about an incident of sexual assault will be shared with a Title IX Coordinator; you will not be contacted by a Title IX Coordinator. For more information on sexual assault response resources, see Sexual Assault, Relationship & Intimate Partner Violence and Stalking Support and Resources (new window).

If you are looking for information on how to respond to sexual assault, this guide outlines many options:

Trans, Non-binary, and Gender non-conforming Resources

The Women’s Center supports students of all genders and identities. 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. Resources for Trans, Non-binary, and Gender Non-conforming students, staff, and faculty @GU (new window) 

Support and Resources for Faculty and Staff

Faculty & Staff Assistance Program  (new window) 

Lactation Rooms and Facilities for Nursing Mothers (new window)

Hoya Kids Learning Center (new window)

Graduate & Professional School Organizations

Georgetown University professional schools and graduate programs offer programs, initiatives, fellowships and organizations that support women students, faculty and staff. For more information, see Graduate School Programs (new window).

Campus Resources

We partner with many offices on campus. Below are some of the most frequently utilized resources. If you are looking for something else, reach out to and we can refer you to another office.

Academic Resource Center (new window)
335 Leavey Center, (202) 687-8354

Campus Ministry (new window)
113 Healy Hall, (202) 687-8517

Career Education Center (new window)
1st Floor Leavey Center (Next to the Bookstore), (202) 687-3493 

Center for Social Justice (new window)
1421 37th Street, NW, #130, (202) 687-5330

Counseling and Psychiatric Services (new window) (CAPS)
Darnall Hall, (202) 687-6985

Department of Public Safety (new window)

Village C, West Wing, (202) 687-4343

Disability Cultural Center (new window)

New South Basement, (202) 892-0654

Division of Student Affairs (new window)

Gender+ Justice Initiative (new window)

Health Education Services (new window)
1437 37th St. NW, Poulton Hall, Suite 101, (202) 687-8949

LGBTQ Resource Center (new window)
New South Basement, (202) 687-3546

Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity and Affirmative Action (new window)
M-36 Darnall Hall, (202) 687-4798

Office of Neighborhood Life (new window)

1300 36th Street N.W., (202) 687-3428

Veterans Office (new window)

3520 Prospect Street NW, Car Barn 312-B, (202) 687-2708

Women and Gender Studies Program (new window)