Georgetown University Locations
In 1789, John Carroll, the founder of the university, secured the deed to 60 acres of land on a hilltop overlooking the village of Georgetown, which at the time was still part of the state of Maryland. Carroll was appointed Archbishop of Baltimore in 1808.
Built in the federal style in 1795, Old North was the Main Campus building until the construction of Healy Hall in the late 1800s. The building is named after Patrick F. Healy, S.J., Georgetown president from 1873 to 1882 and the first African-American to head a major, predominantly white university. Work began on Healy Hall in 1877 and much of the interior was completed by the 1881-1882 academic year. Healy Gates, located at 37th and O Streets NW, is the primary entrance to the Main Campus.
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Georgetown University Law Center
The Law Center began in 1870 as the first law school in the United States founded by a Jesuit institution of higher learning. The Law Center campus comprises the Bernard P. McDonough Hall, the Edward Bennett Williams Law Library, the Eric E. Hotung International Law Building, the Bernard S. and Sarah M. Gewirz Student Center. Its most recent building is its new Sport & Fitness Center.
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Georgetown University Medical Center
Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies
Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies is located in downtown Washington, D.C., at 640 Massachusetts Ave., N.W. Together with Georgetown University Law Center, the school is part of the university’s expanded “Georgetown Downtown” presence.
Students enrolled in the school’s programs connect with the local community through learning, research and service in a location that is home to hundreds of companies and organizations from their fields and industries of study. The campus is located in the Metro-accessible Gallery Place/Chinatown neighborhood and sits six blocks from Georgetown Law and three blocks from the Verizon Center, home of Georgetown men’s basketball.
The SCS welcomed students and faculty to their new home at the start of the Fall 2013 semester.
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School of Foreign Service in Qatar
SFS-Q takes education to a global arena that allows students and faculty to study, conduct research and be a part of an educational enterprise that helps educate future leaders in international affairs.
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Georgetown University's Center for Transnational Legal Studies in London
Many of the program’s participating law schools send faculty to teach at the center, where they advise students from a diverse set of legal and national backgrounds. The center promotes a globalized understanding of transnational law for lawyers that will be confronting legal problems and opportunities that will take them beyond the borders of their home countries.
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McGhee Center for Eastern-Mediterranean Studies
The academic programs offered at the McGhee Center examine the civilization, history and culture in the Eastern Mediterranean, as well as the political forces that affect the region today.
Ambassador McGhee left the villa to Georgetown in hopes of it becoming a center of scholarship and learning about the Eastern Mediterranean, Anatolia and modern Turkey. Georgetown continues to keep this dream a reality, offering opportunities for overseas study, teaching and research in addition to sharing the space for workshops, meetings, tours and alumni events in Turkey.
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The Villa Le Balze
The Villa has allowed alumni, students and scholars, alike, to share unique experiences as they enjoy the spectacle of Italy.
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Georgetown University Liaison Office in Shanghai
This location works with a variety of Georgetown units to achieve goals in China, which include: coordinating activities and events with Fudan University, developing new initiatives, establishing new channels for recruiting Georgetown students, faculty and researchers, organizing visits of Georgetown delegations to China and vice-versa, as well as supporting collaboration projects between Georgetown faculty and colleagues at Chinese institutions.
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GRADUATE PROGRAMS IN ECONOMICS IN SANTIAGO, CHILE
Georgetown University and Universidad Alberto Hurtado (UAH) offer Master of Arts in Economics on the UAH campus in Santiago, Chile. Building upon the earlier success with ILADES, the current program seeks to address the growing needs of an increasingly globalized and competitive marketplace for economic professionals possessing the technical capability to make sound and effective decisions. Selected students successfully completing the program have the opportunity to complete doctoral studies at Georgetown in Washington D.C.
Georgetown University’s Program of Development Management & Policy in Argentina
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