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Academic Policies

Academic life at Georgetown challenges students to explore, inquire and reflect in an intellectual environment that fosters respect for others. Students are required to understand and follow Georgetown’s academic policies.

Undergraduate Bulletin

The Undergraduate Bulletin contains degree requirements and academic regulations for all undergraduate students

Graduate School

Academic regulations for Graduate School students.  

Georgetown Law Student Handbook

The Georgetown Law Student Handbook of Academic Policies contains an overview of policies and procedures for Georgetown Law students. 

School of Continuing Studies Handbook

Each academic program within the School of Continuing Studies maintains its own rules and regulations. Students should refer to their individual program’s handbook for policies and procedures that directly affect them.
 

School of Medicine Handbook

The School of Medicine student handbook contains an overview of student policies and procedures, including academic requirements.

Faculty Handbook

The policies collected within the Faculty Handbook express the university's enunciation of the rights and responsibilities of faculty members, as approved by the Board of Directors.

Guidelines for Submission of Rank and Tenure Applications by Tenure-Line Faculty

Rank and Tenure are at the heart of a mutually acknowledged and mutually beneficial long-term relationship between the tenure-line faculty and the university. They deserve special attention throughout the faculty member’s career at the university. The Faculty Handbook spells out the larger frame of reference for this relationship.  The guidelines for the submission of rank and tenure application by tenure-line faculty are intended to clarify the application procedures and requirements for tenure-line faculty members by providing additional information from the University Committee on Rank and Tenure (UCRT) to applicants and their units.