Get ready to settle in at Georgetown. Live on campus in a suite-style room, apartment or living-learning community, or apply to the Capitol Applied Learning Lab (CALL), where you’ll live in the heart of Washington, DC, intern during the day and take classes at night. Make your home in one of the most exciting cities in the world.

An upperclassmen dorm room.

Tour Our Dorms

Maggie takes you on a tour of her first-year residence hall in Village C West, one of four first-year residence hall options.

5 First Year Halls Harbin, New South, Copley, Reynolds and Darnall Halls
23 Residential Ministers accompany and support students
17 LLCs Living Learning Communities at Georgetown
Students walk along a corridor outside Pedro Arrupe Hall.

Living Learning Communities

Join an LLC to extend your discussions beyond the classroom and to collaborate with students and faculty over shared interests. Topics of our LLCs include Culture & Performance, Entrepreneurship, Justice & Diversity in Action and Transfers.

Professor hosts students in her home


“Whenever possible I love to take advantage of using my home for a convening space for the courses I teach… It completely changed the character of the class, in wonderful ways…There was greater comfort, vulnerability, respect.” – Associate Dean Tad Howard, Kennedy Hall