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Campus Life

We are a community that’s bursting with energy and ideas. You feel it in residences built around shared passions and our over 350 clubs and organizations. You see it in the way we own our many differences. Wherever you come from and wherever you’re headed, there’s a place for you at Georgetown.

An undergraduate double-occupancy dorm room.

Dorm Life: Living on Campus

Find your home in one of our 17 undergraduate residences, including rooms, suites, townhouses and apartments. You’ll create lifelong friendships by living and learning together as you bond over Netflix nights, shared meals, homework and more.

Food stands in the dining hall display grab and go options for campus diners with a meal plan.
A staircase leads to the first floor of Leo O’Donovan Hall, the on campus dining hall for student meal plans.
The Leavey Center at Georgetown provides a second cafeteria for students, staff and faculty with meal plans or a la carte.
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Campus Dining

Are you a foodie? Then get excited. From numerous meal options on the Hilltop to the more than 2,000 restaurants in DC, you’ll find the culinary experience of a lifetime – locally sourced and cuisine of every imaginable ethnicity.

350+ Student Clubs For you to join
17 Residence Halls Including dormitories, apartments and townhouses
600,000 Undergraduate Service Hours In the District and beyond
Georgetown students perform at Rangila
Students play football on the sports field.
New Student Orientation advisors gather for a group photo
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Clubs and Organizations

Sing, dance, create, volunteer, compete, debate or worship – there’s a club for everyone at Georgetown. Build a new skill, lead a team or help others as you find your friends through the university’s many student clubs and organizations.

Campus Life Hacks

Wide shot of the observatory on a bright sunny day

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A mother and son walk on the lawn arm in arm

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Student performs at GEMA Rocks concert.

Arts & Culture

Build your natural talents as you join a vibrant arts community at Georgetown and benefit from university partnerships with internationally acclaimed DC theaters, musical and dance groups, museums, galleries and more.