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Within your school, you’ll be able to dig deeper into your academic interests and find faculty and staff that support your unique passions. While certain subjects are housed in each of our four schools, you’ll cross paths with students from across the campus through the core curriculum, extracurriculars and more.

Two studens smile in the classroom of Father Peter Folan

Welcome to Georgetown College

“Here in the college we bring all the disciplines of scholarship and research together under the umbrella of great teaching. Whether you’re interested in the sciences, the social sciences, the humanities, the fine arts- they’re rich, and they’re open to you here.” Chris Celenza, Dean of Georgetown College

Looking down at students chatting in the Hariri building atrium

Welcome to the McDonough School of Business

“Every year I’ve gotten more excited about being at Georgetown McDonough. I think this is a school with wonderful community, a community of belonging where our faculty care deeply about our students, our staff care deeply about our students, and the students look after each other and learn with each other.” -Paul Almeida, Dean of the McDonough School of Business

International flags hang in the atrium of the ICC Building

Welcome to the School of Foreign Service

“We hope you’ll take a serious look at what we have to offer here because we think it is one of the most exciting, interesting, and engaging programs in international affairs anywhere in the world.” -Joel Hellman, Dean of the School of Foreign Service

The entrance to Saint Mary's Hall at the School of Nursing & Health Studies

Welcome to the School of Nursing & Health Studies

“There has probably been no time in history when the issues of health and health care have been as critical to the nation as they are today… we want to welcome you to NHS and we want you to spread the importance and value of an education in health sciences. No time in our history has this been more important.” – Carole Gresenz, Interim Dean of the School of Nursing & Health Studies