Category: Messages to the Community

Title: WeWork All Access Benefit: Spring 2021 Semester

Date Published: December 18, 2020

Dear Georgetown University Students,

During these unprecedented times, Georgetown continues to invest in new ways to enrich your virtual learning experience. For the Spring 2021 semester, we are thrilled to provide our domestic and international students with WeWork’s All Access Benefit, to launch on February 1, 2021.

Whether you need a quiet study space, access to high speed internet or simply a change of environment, WeWork’s 800 global locations are available in 32 U.S. and 88 international cities, providing you with a safe and welcoming environment, easily bookable whenever you need it.

Please note, as students access WeWork locations, they will not be required to adhere to the attestation or testing requirements of the Georgetown University Community Compact, but will be expected to follow any health and safety requirements of WeWork and of the local health authorities. In the spirit of the health and safety precautions in the Compact, students will observe COVID-19 public health best practices (stay home with symptoms or after a known exposure, social distance, wear a mask, etc.). Additional guidance on these requirements is forthcoming.

Students will receive an email in January with further information about how they can opt-in to indicate their interest in taking advantage of this opportunity. Only those undergraduate and graduate students (including medical, law and nursing students) who are enrolled in spring courses (including Ph.D. students writing their dissertations) will be eligible for WeWork access. 

Knowing these are difficult times, we hope this benefit eases the burden of the pandemic on our resilient Georgetown community.

Sincerely,

Robert M. Groves, Provost

Edward B. Healton, Executive Vice President of Health Sciences

William M. Treanor, Executive Vice President and Dean of the Law Center

Geoffrey S. Chatas, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer