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Wellness & Safety

We’re committed to care for each student as a whole person, to ensure you are getting the support you need from the university health center and beyond. With student outreach and support, specialized, living learning communities, meditation programs and other wellness activities across campus, we prioritize the holistic health of every Hoya.

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Georgetown students attend a basketball game
A group of students sit infront of Healy Hall, posing for a photo with Jack the bulldog.
Students enjoy a fall day on Healy lawn
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Home on the Hilltop

The Hilltop is your home and thriving here is about so much more than just staying healthy. It’s about feeling safe in your community and feeling supported by it, too. With 17 different Living Learning Communities, over 200 student groups and an extensive support network across campus departments, you’ll fit right in.

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You’re Not Alone

College can be a challenging environment, and it’s not unusual to feel overwhelmed. Ethan shares his experience with the “sophomore slump” and the importance of looking out for your own well-being.

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Taking Time Out

Self-care is an intentional practice of reflection and healthy habits used to manage stress, improve mood and support your physical, mental and emotional health. Tiffany shares some tips for how she takes time out when she’s feeling overwhelmed.

Supporting the Whole Person