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An Education for the Mind & Heart

Intellectual rigor. Social justice. Self-reflection. They’re knitted together in every facet of your Georgetown experience – in your studies, your research, your interactions with faculty and the career decisions you make.

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DC: The World at Your Doorstep

Washington is the epicenter of global politics. It’s also your hotspot for art, activism, entrepreneurship and public service. Think of the city as an extension of campus. Whether you intern on Capitol Hill, conduct research for an NGO or take time out at an embassy party, it’s your DC.

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A Sense of Belonging

The Hilltop: It’s a community that’s bursting with energy and ideas. You feel it in residences built around shared passions and in graduate co-living spaces. You see it in the way we own our many differences. At Georgetown, you belong.

All News

Two women stand on a stage with a black background at the New York Times' Climate Forward program. One woman wears a white jacket and blue jeans, and other other woman, on the right, wears a pink dress.

Georgetown students, alumni and staff participated in international climate negotiations and hosted artistic and policy events at the 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27) in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt.

Brian McCabe (SFS'02) stands in his office wearing a blue button-down. Behind him to his right is a window with blue skies, and behind him to his left are posters that say

Brian McCabe, an alumnus and sociology professor, is drawing on his research background to shape housing policy within the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Upcoming Events

November 30
Devine Studio Theater, Davis Center
December 2
MSFS Executive Conference Room (ICC 700)