Resource Centers:


Campus Ministry and Religious Services

Tel: (202) 687-4300

Georgetown’s campus ministers provide pastoral care to students, faculty, and staff throughout the University. Campus Ministry’s primary mandate is to help students grow in their faith through worship, reflection, and service. The Chaplains represent a variety of faith traditions, including Roman Catholic, Jewish, Muslim, Orthodox Christian, Protestant, and a variety of Student Ministries.

Center for Multicultural Equity and Access (CMEA)

Tel: (202) 687-4054

The Center for Multicultural Equity and Access (CMEA) promotes educational excellence and racial equality at Georgetown by serving the interests of African American, Latino, Asian American, Native American, and multiracial students. CMEA offers a wide range of resources and services that promote academic success and personal development. 


Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching and Service (CSJRTS)

Tel: (202)687-5330

The Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching and Service (CSJRTS) provides opportunities for students to get involved in service and social action programs in a variety of ways, including staff-run programs, a preorientation program, alternative spring break trips and summer global immersion trips.

All of these opportunities have been designed to provide Georgetown students with an array of opportunities to explore the Jesuit ideal of men and women for others and to support the Georgetown mission of educating reflective lifelong learners.

Center for Student Engagement

Tel: (202) 687-3704

The Center for Student Engagement (CSE) fosters student learning and development by educating the Georgetown community through co-curricular involvement. As advocates for student empowerment, we strive to engage students in meaningful participation and thoughtful reflection. CSE supports students in the building of a vibrant and diverse campus community with active cultural, academic, social, recreational, and political organizations and programming.  

HoyaKids

Tel: (202) 687- 7667 
Fax: (202) 687-1192

Hoya Kids Learning Center is a child development and preschool facility caring for children of students, faculty and staff of Georgetown University, as well as Georgetown University Hospital staff. The Center provides crucial support for University personnel and students who seek to balance work and family responsibilities. The Hoya Kids Learning Center admits children and employs personnel without regard to race, color, creed, gender, religion or national origin. NOTE: Hoya Kids often has a long waitlist.

LGBTQ Resource Center

Tel. (202) 687-3546

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Questioning (LGBTQ) Resource Center provides education, programming, support services, and voice to Georgetown students, faculty, staff, and alumni of all sexual orientations and gender identities. We are committed to understanding sexual orientation and gender identity in the context of and as it intersects with race, religion, ethnicity, nationality, ability, socio-economic status, and culture.  The Center works toward a holistic understanding of LGBTQ communities; it takes leadership in providing and supporting a broad array of services, programs and resources to the campus community. Inspired by the Catholic and Jesuit principles of respect for the dignity of all, cura personalis, equality, and education of the whole person, the Center seeks to establish a safe, inclusive and welcoming environment for LGBTQ community members and promote better understanding and integration with the entire campus community.

The Center participates and collaborates with all undergraduate and graduate student organizations, departments and units in annual celebrations and activities such as Pride, Coming Out Week, Gender Liberation Week, and Lavender Graduation; offers ongoing discussion and dialogue groups; and provides support services including health education, financial counseling, crisis intervention, and mentoring.

Student Affairs

Tel: (202) 687-4056

The Division of Student Affairs provides programs and services to support student and enrich their learning experience at Georgetown. Learning takes place in all parts of students’ lives and is centered in their academic experiences. This learning is enriched by many forms of campus life and involvement. An array of services is also here to support students – to assure their health and wellness, assist with their career development and meet with a variety of personal and academic needs.  Working with our faculty and staff colleagues, Student Affairs strives to create a vibrant campus community.  Our staff and programs aim to encourage and support Graduate student involvement in the variety of different events, programs and associations on campus.  Our presence and services are designed to support and encourage the many Graduate student needs and issues. We encourage them to explore the values, beliefs and commitments that guide their actions. Our work with students builds on the Jesuit tradition of cura personalis – care for the person: educating the whole person in body, mind and spirit.


Georgetown University Veterans Office

Tel: (202) 687-2708

The Georgetown University Veterans Office connects Student Veterans with the resources they need to successfully transition from combat to classroom to career. This includes help navigating the Admissions process, applying for Financial Aid and VA Education Benefits, seeking academic assistance, and preparing to re-enter the workforce. The Veterans Office Coordinator can provide general information on how to use resources or can link the Student Veteran with the appropriate people on campus to address more in-depth questions. The Coordinator also assesses how the needs of Student Veterans are being met and identifies new concerns and how the University can address them.


Women’s Center

327 Leavey Center
Tel: (202) 687-6359
Web: http://womenscenter.georgetown.edu 


Created in 1990, the mission of Georgetown University Women's Center (GUWC) is to support, educate and empower women of all cultures, races, sexual orientations, genders and ages providing a safe environment while respecting all facets of women's abilities, spirituality and differences. GUWC celebrates women's achievements and advocates for a climate that promotes social justice, free of all barriers and discrimination. In fulfilling its mission the Center provides students, faculty and staff with education, information, services and programs that address matters of particular concern to women -- while exploring the connections among gender, race, economic status, sexual orientation, culture, ability, religion, political views and other significant elements in relation to women's individuality and collective identity. Through a commitment to educate, advocate and care for the whole person, the GUWC provides opportunities for total campus involvement while attending to the specific needs and concerns of women at Georgetown University.
The GUWC participates and partners with undergraduate and graduate student organizations and various units and departments on annual events like Women’s History Month; offers networking opportunities and career referrals, discussions and dialogues; and provides a safe space to support students in need of resources, referrals and crisis services on a variety of health and safety issues. 


Extra Curricular Resources :

There are many active graduate student organizations on campus. A full list is available here. Graduate students are encouraged to explore and get involved in the exciting opportunities offered.


Club Sports

Tel: (202) 687-3704
Email: clubsports@georgetown.edu 

The Club Sports Program is made up of 25 sports, which compete against other club sports from various colleges and universities nationwide. As student organizations, they are coordinated by student captains. These clubs can be a large commitment as most practice at least once or twice a week and compete in games on many weekends. 


Georgetown University Department of Performing Arts

Tel: (202) 687-3838

The Georgetown University Department of Performing Arts (DPA) coordinates a variety of programs that emphasize both the cultural and educational aspects of the arts. These programs include performing arts ensembles in music, theater, and dance; concerts and productions; master classes and workshops; applied music lessons; collaborative productions with professional companies like Arena Stage, American Opera Theater and the Post- Classical Ensemble; internship programs with NPR and the Kennedy Center: and summer theater performing opportunities. 

Graduate Student Government (GradGov)

Tel: (202) 687-7024
Email: gradgov@georgetown.edu


The Graduate Student Government (GradGov) is committed to enriching the experience of students enrolled in graduate programs at Georgetown University. Recognizing the incredible array of skills and interests graduate students bring to the Georgetown community, GradGov seeks to create opportunities for graduate students to develop professionally, socially, and academically.

Medical Center Graduate Student Organization (MCGSO)

Tel: (202) 687-3690
E-mail: gumcgso@georgetown.edu 

The Medical Center Graduate Student Organization (MCGSO) plays an important role at the Georgetown University Medical Center campus. It provides a voice for graduate students at the Medical Center through representation on the Graduate Advisory Committee (GAC), oversees the awarding of travel grants, and plans regular social events for graduate students


Outdoor Education Program

Tel: (202) 687-8419
Email: kwn6@georgetown.edu 

The Georgetown University Outdoor Education program runs a vast array of wilderness education and adventure opportunities that help participants learn new skills, develop self confidence, advance their leadership skills, and explore the wonderful outdoor opportunities near to the city, in the surrounding region, and around the world.


Yates Field House

Tel: (202) 687-2400

The Yates Field House is a 138,000 square foot recreational center that houses the intramural, group fitness, personal training, aquatics and open recreation programs for the University community. Inside Yates are a 25 yard, 8 lane pool, courts for squash, golf, racquetball and tens. There are complete cardiovascular and weight training areas, as well as basketball and volleyball courts. Kehoe Field is on the roof of Yates. The synthetic Astroturf field is used for intramurals, club sports, and open recreation. All graduate students, enrolled for 9 credit hours or more of class work, pay a mandated fee, and are automatically members. All other graduate students and their families are eligible for memberships.  There is an additional fee for the group fitness classes.