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Summer Programs

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Summer Programs for High School Students

Featuring a range of subjects, formats, and session lengths, Georgetown University’s Summer Programs for High School Students provide a variety of ways for students to pursue their interests and prepare for college. Learn More

Pre-College Summer Programs

Georgetown’s Pre-College Programs offer the opportunity to experience life as a college student, without the pressure of grades. These noncredit programs range from accelerated, one-week institutes to three-week programs that equip students with the tools needed for college success. Learn More.

Program Featured Topics
INSTITUTES
(7 day Intensives)
IMMERSION PROGRAMS
(3 weeks)
COLLEGE PREP
(3 weeks)
  • International Relations
  • Sports Industry Management
  • National Security & Counterintelligence
  • Medical
  • …and more
  • Business & Leadership
  • Economics
  • Foreign Policy
  • Medical
Includes:
  • SAT Prep
  • College Essay Writing
  • Undergraduate Seminars

Credit Programs for High School Students

Georgetown offers five-week undergraduate courses for motivated high school students to earn college credit. Students can choose from a wide selection of subject areas in courses that range from Introductory Fundamentals courses to the advanced Summer Honors Intensive program. Application required. Learn more.

Credit Program for High School Students Features
SUMMER COLLEGE COURSES (5 weeks)
  • Earn college credit
  • Intro Fundamentals courses
  • Advanced Honors courses
  • World-renowned faculty

Undergraduate & Graduate Summer School

Featuring more than 250 courses in diverse subjects, Georgetown Summer School makes it easy for students to explore new interests or get ahead on their studies. Students can spend the summer living and learning in Washington, D.C., on Georgetown’s historic hilltop campus, or learn from the comfort of their home by enrolling in an online course. Courses are available for current Georgetown undergraduate and graduate students, as well as visiting students. Learn more.