Military Student Resources

The Veterans Office collaborates with numerous Georgetown University partner offices to support military-connected students throughout the cycle of applying, enrolling, returning, graduating, and staying connected. Our every day mission is to implement the Jesuit  spirit of cura personalis, also known as care of the whole person, into every interaction. Resources include academic support, career planning, financial support, self-care, spirituality, housing, and getting involved on campus.
 
 
 
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Prospective Student Resources

Admissions

Our office encourages prospective students to reach out the academic program specifically to learn more about the program and determine if the program will be beneficial to you as you pursue your academic and career goals and for the program to have the opportunity to engage with you outside of the application paperwork. For a comprehensive list of all of the degree programs offered Georgetown University, please go here

Each academic school at Georgetown has their own application requirements and determines the key qualifiers to look for among applicants based on the academic program’s curriculum. If you have specific questions about the admissions process or a degree program, we encourage you to contact the admissions office for your program to ensure that you are getting accurate information.  You can find more information about an academic school’s admission process and point of contact below:

Undergraduate Programs

Undergraduate Main Campus Programs
(includes the College, McDonough School of Business, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, and School of Nursing and Health Studies) 

School of Continuing Studies Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies

Graduate Programs

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service

School of Nursing and Health Studies

McCourt School of Public Policy

McDonough School of Business

School of Continuing Studies

School of Medicine

Law Center

 

Military-Connected Benefits and Services

Veterans Office
The Veterans Office connects military-connected students with the resources they need to successfully transition from combat to classroom to career. Our office serves as a liaison and advisor to ensure prospective and current military students are connected to partner offices to receive accurate and comprehensive information as students consider applying to Georgetown University. In addition, the team can assist with answering questions around resources and services that foster a campus for military-connected students to thrive and succeed. 

Questions pertaining military benefits options including the GI Bill®, Tuition Assistance (TA), and Advanced Civil Schooling Programs (ACS) can be may be answered on the FAQ section of the website or emailing veteranservices@georgetown.edu

A list of internal and external list of military-specific scholarships can also be found on the Veterans Office website

Billing and Payment & Financial Services

Office of Billing and Payment Services
​The Office of Billing and Payment Services oversees the assessment Board approved of tuition and fees, billing, payment processing, refunds, and IRS Form 1098-T generation for students of Georgetown University in addition to providing cashiering functions and check distribution for the University as a whole. 

The Office of Third Party Billing is a sub-office of the Office of Billing and Payment Services. Third Party Billing is a part of the Georgetown Certification Team by placing memos on student's accounts for expected military education benefits sent to the school and posts any funding received from the VA or DoD onto student's accounts. This office also processes Department of Defense tuition assistance (TA), employer tuition assistance, Vocational Rehabilitation book vouchers, and other third party payments that are sent directly to Georgetown.  

Financial Services
​The Office of Student Financial Services (OSFS) provides counseling services to prospective and current students and their families about:

  • Options available for financing higher education costs
  • Eligibility for assistance 
  • Applying for and obtaining funding
  • Budgeting expenses and paying bills 

For both undergraduate and graduate students, the OSFS determines eligibility for assistance from federal, state and private financial aid programs based on the rules and regulations established by those external agencies. OSFS also determines eligibility for Georgetown scholarships to undergraduates and assist in the selection of graduate students who receive university fellowships and scholarships through their academic program. 

Main Campus
Websitefinaid.georgetown.edu
Emailfinfront@georgetown.edu

School of Continuing Studies
Website: scs.georgetown.edu/admissions/financial-aid
Emailscsfinaid@georgetown.edu

Law Center
Website: law.georgetown.edu/admissions-aid/financial-aid
Emaillawfinaid@georgetown.edu

School of Medicine
Website: som.georgetown.edu/financial-aid
Emailmedfinaid@georgetown.edu

Pre-Enrollment External Resources

Warrior-Scholar Project
Georgetown University proudly partners with the Warrior-Scholar Project (WSP) to offer a free week-long intensive college prep course for transitioning servicemembers and veterans applying to or accepted to a 4-year undergraduate institution. WSP is typically on campus for an 8-day program in mid-June. Under the guidance of both student-veterans who've successfully transitioned from the military to college, and world renowned professors, warrior-scholars develop the analytical reading, college-level writing, and discussion skills critical to academic success in higher education. More information regarding the 2019 program will be posted in early 2019. 

The College Board
Georgetown University is a member of The College Board, which offers great resources to prospective students including a tool called Big Future™ to craft a step-by-step college plan that outlines programs of interest and financial options. In addition, The College Board partners with Khan Academy to offer SAT® Practice Tests.  

 

Onboarding Student Resources

Administration & Finances

The University's Registrars

The Office of the University Registrar is dedicated primarily to the service of faculty and students through scheduling, registration, record keeping and reporting as well as assisting the deans and other administrative offices in their service. 

For details about services and contact information at respective campuses can be found below:

Main Campus and School of Continuing Studies Degree Programs
Law Center
School of Medicine
Center for Continuing and Professional Education

Military Education Benefit Certifications

Using military education benefits, whether it is the GI Bill, the Yellow Ribbon Program, Tuition Assistance, or Advanced Civil Schooling, can be nuanced and require additional steps to access these benefits. The Veterans Office has information about military education benefits and processes to use benefits at Georgetown University. 

For details about processes and contact information at respective campuses can be found below:

Main Campus and School of Continuing Studies Degree Programs
Websiteveterans.georgetown.edu/using-education-benefits
School Certifying Official: Jimmy Sutton

Law Center
Websitelaw.georgetown.edu/academics/academic-resources/registrar/va-benefits
School Certifying Official: Amber Young

School of Medicine
School Certifying Official: John Hammett

Center for Continuing and Professional Education
Websitescs.georgetown.edu/resources-military-students
School Certifying Official: Monique Singleton

 

Billing and Payment & Financial Services

Office of Billing and Payment Services
​The Office of Billing and Payment Services oversees the assessment Board approved of tuition and fees, billing, payment processing, refunds, and IRS Form 1098-T generation for students of Georgetown University in addition to providing cashiering functions and check distribution for the University as a whole. 

The Office of Third Party Billing is a sub-office of the Office of Billing and Payment Services. Third Party Billing is a part of the Georgetown Certification Team by placing memos on student's accounts for expected military education benefits sent to the school and posts any funding received from the VA or DoD onto student's accounts. This office also processes Department of Defense tuition assistance (TA), employer tuition assistance, Vocational Rehabilitation book vouchers, and other third party payments that are sent directly to Georgetown.  To contact Third Party Billing with questions regarding a memo for expected military education benefits, an invoice, or to request a book voucher, email thirdpartybilling@georgetown.edu.

Financial Services
​The Office of Student Financial Services (OSFS) provides counseling services to prospective and current students and their families about:

  • Options available for financing higher education costs
  • Eligibility for assistance 
  • Applying for and obtaining funding
  • Budgeting expenses and paying bills 

For both undergraduate and graduate students, the OSFS determines eligibility for assistance from federal, state and private financial aid programs based on the rules and regulations established by those external agencies. OSFS also determines eligibility for Georgetown scholarships to undergraduates and assist in the selection of graduate students who receive university fellowships and scholarships through their academic program. 

Main Campus
Websitefinaid.georgetown.edu
EmailLearn more on how to contact a Financial Services Counselor (assigned by last name)

School of Continuing Studies
Website: scs.georgetown.edu/admissions/financial-aid
Emailscsfinaid@georgetown.edu

Law Center
Website: law.georgetown.edu/admissions-aid/financial-aid
Emaillawfinaid@georgetown.edu

School of Medicine
Website: som.georgetown.edu/financial-aid
Emailmedfinaid@georgetown.edu

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Military Leave of Absence Policies

Georgetown University recognizes that students who serve in the U.S. armed forces may encounter situations in which military obligations force them to withdraw from a course of study and that this can sometimes happen with little notice. The Military Leave of Absence policy applies to all University schools and programs and is intended to recognize, and make appropriate allowances for, students who find themselves in such situations. Contact your academic advisor and/or the Veterans Office at veteranservices@georgetown.edu with questions.

Student Health Insurance

Office of Student Health Insurance
Students enrolled in classes more than half time in a degree program are required to have adequate health insurance. A charge for the Premier Plan appears on students’ accounts when their course registration meets the eligibility criteria. Enrollment in the Premier Plan can be waived if a student has other adequate coverage. Learn more about Premier Plan accept or waive process. 

Technology Services

University Information Systems (UIS)
University Information Services (UIS) provides Georgetown University with the core technology resources and support services for teaching, learning, and research. UIS manages the process of NetIDs, Georgetown email, in addition to a host of tech support and resources. 

Academic Resources

Academic Skills Workshops and Accommodations

Academic Resource Center (ARC)
The ARC offers an array of academic support services, including study skills workshops, individual consultations, and tutoring in introductory courses. In addition, provides accommodations for students with disabilities based on documentation from a medical professional. Accommodations are provided on a case-by-case basis following review of this documentation and a meeting with an Academic Resource Center administrator. 

University Libraries

Georgetown University Library
The Georgetown University Library is an agile organization that respects the heritage of the past while anticipating the requirements of the 21st century. By providing preeminent services, collections and spaces, the Library shapes the creation of knowledge, conserves culture for posterity, and transforms learning and research. The Georgetown University Library has numerous library locations, including the Joseph Mark Lauinger Memorial Library (in honor of Mr. Lauinger, a veteran who died in Vietnam), Blommer Science LibraryBioethics Research Library,  School of Continuing Studies Downtown Campus LibraryDahlgren Memorial Library at the Medical Center, and Edward Bennett Williams Law Library.

Math Assistance

Math Assistance Center
The Math Assistance Center offers free tutoring services for Advanced Algebra, Analysis I, Calculus I, Calculus II, Linear Algebra, Multivariable Calculus, Ordinary Differential Equations, and Probability and Statistics. Tutoring sessions are available Sunday through Thursday evenings and in St. Mary's Hall 345 Conference Room. 

Writing Assistance

The Writing Center
The Writing Center offers free peer tutoring to all enrolled students. Trained graduate and undergraduate student tutors will assist students at any stage of your writing process, from initial brainstorming to final revisions. Tutors will help students meet their immediate goals (such as an assigned essay) as well as help the student develop as a writer. Tutors will offer advice on thesis development, utilization of evidence, organization and flow, sentence structure, and more. The Writing Center will not proofread your paper for you, but will help students improve their own critical thinking, revision, and editing skills — enabling students to become their own editor.

Department of Veterans Affairs Funded Tutoring

Department Veterans Affairs Tutorial Assistance
The Department of Veterans Affairs offers supplemental resources to students who are using GI Bill® education benefits, are enrolled in classes more than half time, and a professor certifies that tutoring in needed to meet sufficient course requirements. More information regarding eligibility and how to request funding for tutoring through the Department of Veterans Affairs can found by completing a VA Form 22-1990t in collaboration with the tutor and the School Certifying Official. 

Health & Wellness

Fitness and Recreation 

Campus Fitness and Recreational Services
Georgetown University offers two recreation facilities through the Yates Memorial Field House on the Main Campus and the Scott K. Ginsburg Sport & Fitness Center at the Law Center to provide comprehensive recreational programming to serve the needs of university students, faculty, and staff. 

Health Education

Health Education Services (HES)
HES offers health promotion programming and health communication materials for students. HES seeks to promote students’ well-being through care of the WHOLE Hoya: body, mind, and soul. We aim to engage students in their own health education by offering fun and interactive programming. HES offers free, confidential counseling services to survivors of sexual assault and students who are facing drug or alcohol-related crises. Learn more about crisis counseling for sexual assault and relationship violence and learn more about crisis counseling for alcohol and other drugs. 

In addition, HES houses the Center for Personal Development is prepared to meet the unique needs of veterans transitioning to civilian life. The Center is designed to educate and inform students about positive choices leading toward health and wellbeing, providing confidential individual, family, or group counseling and referrals to other resources both on and off campus. The Center’s director, Patrick Kilcarr, Ph.D., is himself a veteran. For more information you can email Dr. Patrick Kilcarr at kilkarrp@georgetown.edu or calling (202) 687-8944.

Medical Services

Student Health Center
The student health center offers the full spectrum of primary care including on-site labs to Georgetown students with the mission of supporting health while in a rigorous academic environment.  We do preventive care including physicals, well women, STI screening and travel visits.  We handle urgent needs such as infections, injuries, and more complex problems with same day appointments.  We also manage chronic illnesses and provide prescription refills.  We ensure compliance with immunization requirements and provide about 5,000 free flu vaccines yearly. Learn more about services provided on the Main Campus and at the Law Center. 

Counseling and Psychiatric Services

Counseling and Psychiatric Service (CAPS)
CAPS serves as the university's primary mental health agency for its students and campus community. Our central mission is to collaborate directly with students in overcoming difficulties that may interfere with the definition and accomplishment of their educational, personal, and career goals.

Business Hours Phone: (202) 687-6985
After Hours Emergencies: (202) 444-7243 (Ask to speak to an on-call clinician)

Student Health Insurance

Office of Student Health Insurance
Students enrolled in classes more than half time in a degree program are required to have adequate health insurance. A charge for the Premier Plan appears on students’ accounts when their course registration meets the eligibility criteria. Enrollment in the Premier Plan can be waived if a student has other adequate coverage. Learn more about Premier Plan accept or waive process. 

Bias Reporting

Georgetown University Bias Reporting System
Georgetown University has a rich tradition of embracing people from a wide spectrum of faiths, ethnicities, cultures, and backgrounds. The University considers acts of hate and bias unacceptable and antithetical to its commitment to an inclusive and respectful community. Through the Bias Reporting System, Georgetown is able to track and review bias-related incidents. Reporting the incident may lead to an investigation, following which the University can hold the accused accountable for their acts. 

Student Living

Undergraduate Campus Housing

Office of Residential Living
The Office of Residential Living encourages the personal, intellectual and spiritual growth of students while they live both on-campus and in the surrounding neighborhoods. All full-time, under the age of 22 years, unmarried, main campus undergraduate students are eligible to live on campus as space is available. Students are guaranteed three years of housing and may request housing for their senior year. Learn more about living on Main Campus. 

Off Campus Housing

Office of Neighborhood Life
The Office of Neighborhood Life supports all students, non-students, and permanent residents in the communities surrounding Georgetown University. Our office will educate students about university policies and local ordinances; continue to build and strengthen neighborhood relations by facilitating dialogue; and promote civic citizenship to create a positive quality of life for everyone living in the neighborhood. Learn more about finding a rental in the Washington D.C. area.

Law Center Housing

Office of Residence Life & Student Housing
The Office of Residence Life & Student Housing at the Law Center provides students with on-campus and off-campus housing services that promote a strong sense of community and student well-being.

Spirituality

Campus Ministry

Campus Ministry
As the nation’s oldest Catholic and Jesuit university, Georgetown has a long tradition of nurturing the intellectual and spiritual life of students. In the Jesuit tradition of cura personalis, we are committed to caring for the whole person – mind, body, and spirit. We stand ready to serve veterans who study and teach among us, in order to help them integrate their learning, faith, and service. From its beginning over two centuries ago, Georgetown has welcomed students of diverse faith traditions. Today, Campus Ministry supports Roman Catholic, Protestant, Jewish, Muslim and Orthodox Christian chaplaincies and worship services and coordinates student groups in other traditions. 

Spiritual Retreats

Spiritual Retreats
Campus Ministry offers a myriad of undergraduate and graduate overnight retreat experiences for students by escaping from the Hilltop to go to the Calcagnini Contemplative Center in Bluemont, VA. The programs are accessible of all religious and non-religious backgrounds and focuses on reflection through co-led facilitation from student leaders, faculty, and staff.  Learn more about retreat dates and how to register.

St. Ignatius Retreats

St. Ignatius Retreats
Rooted in the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius, these retreats introduce various forms of Ignatian spirituality, such as Ignatian contemplation and spiritual direction. Georgetown affiliation is required to attend. Common programs include the Weekend Ignatian Retreats and the Five-Day Ignatian Retreat at the Calcagnini Contemplative Center, and the Prayer in Daily Life Retreats on Main Campus. Members of the military-connected community may connect well with St. Ignatius retreats since St. Ignatius transitioned from a military career to become an adult learner and later founded the Society of Jesus. Learn more about various retreats, dates, and how to register. 

Getting Involved

Military-Connected

Veterans Office
The Veterans Office connects military-connected students with the resources they need to successfully transition from combat to classroom to career. Our office collaborates with partner offices and organizations internally and externally to offer programming specific to the military-connected community and foster opportunities to bridge the military-civilian divide. If you are connected to the military as a servicemember, reservist, veteran, military spouse or dependent, you can join the Office’s weekly newsletter by completing the Veteran Survey located in My Access.

Military-Connected Student Organizations
Georgetown University is fortunate to have a number of military-connected organizations that are run by student leaders. Learn more about each of the organizations and how to get involved. 

Hoya Battalion Army ROTC
Georgetown University's Army Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC), also known as Hoya Battalion is home to five separate academic institutions:

  • Georgetown University
  • American University
  • The Catholic University of America
  • The George Washington University
  • The Institute for World Politics

Cadets, young men and women who volunteer to serve, become officers through a balanced program of stimulating education, rigorous military training, and responsible socialization. These officers become the leaders of the tactical Army and the future leaders of the joint force.

Campus Engagement

Center for Student Engagement (CSE)
Georgetown University's CSE is committed to providing learning and development opportunities, which complement our Jesuit identity and students' educational experiences. CSE empowers and partners with students to create a vibrant and pluralistic campus community through: leadership opportunities that foster integrity and collaboration; high quality programs that spark curiosity and inspire action; and reflective practice that deepens self-knowledge and awareness. CSE offers opportunities in recreational athletics, outdoor education, student government, and numerous student organizations spanning an array of interests. 

Social Justice

Center for Social Justice (CSJ)
The Center for Social Justice, Research, Teaching, and Service (CSJ) opened its doors in January 2001. The Center has a mission that is simple to state, but far-reaching in its implications: In order to advance justice and the common good, CSJ promotes and integrates community-based research, teaching, and service by collaborating with diverse communities.

Multicultural Equity and Access 

Center for Multicultural Equity and Access (CMEA)
The Center for Multicultural Equity & Access (CMEA) supports students of color at Georgetown University in variety of ways. CMEA provides someone to talk to about personal issues or concerns, a chance to explore diversity issues, and an opportunity to help DC students prepare for college.

LGBTQ Resource Center

LGBTQ Resource Center
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning (LGBTQ) Resource Center provides students, faculty, and staff with education, programming, support services, and advocacy on campus-regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity. 

Women's Center

Women's Center
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.

Athletics

Georgetown Athletics
We are Georgetown! Georgetown Athletics is home to numerous student athletes for men's and women's sports. 

For the 2018-19 season, Georgetown Athletics is proud to continue the Hoya Military Pass, which will provide veterans, reservists, and active duty military with four (4) complimentary tickets to one men's basketball home game per month from November through February. The Hoya Military Pass is one way the Athletics Department can demonstrate its gratitude and respect for those who defend our freedom every day. Veterans and active duty military should register here to participate in the program. When the men's basketball schedule is released, those who are registered will be contacted with more information. Should you have any questions about the program, please contact the Georgetown Marketing Office

Returning Student Resources

Administration & Finances

The University's Registrars

The Office of the University Registrar is dedicated primarily to the service of faculty and students through scheduling, registration, record keeping and reporting as well as assisting the deans and other administrative offices in their service. 

For details about services and contact information at respective campuses can be found below:

Main Campus and School of Continuing Studies Degree Programs
Law Center
School of Medicine
Center for Continuing and Professional Education

Military Education Benefit Certifications

Using military education benefits, whether it is the GI Bill, the Yellow Ribbon Program, Tuition Assistance, or Advanced Civil Schooling, can be nuanced and require additional steps to access these benefits. The Veterans Office has information about military education benefits and processes to use benefits at Georgetown University. 

For details about processes and contact information at respective campuses can be found below:

Main Campus and School of Continuing Studies Degree Programs
Website: veterans.georgetown.edu/using-education-benefits
School Certifying Official: Jimmy Sutton

Law Center
Website: law.georgetown.edu/academics/academic-resources/registrar/va-benefits
School Certifying Official: Amber Young

School of Medicine
School Certifying Official: John Hammett

Center for Continuing and Professional Education
Website: scs.georgetown.edu/resources-military-students
School Certifying Official: Monique Singleton

Billing and Payment & Financial Services

Office of Billing and Payment Services
​The Office of Billing and Payment Services oversees the assessment Board approved of tuition and fees, billing, payment processing, refunds, and IRS Form 1098-T generation for students of Georgetown University in addition to providing cashiering functions and check distribution for the University as a whole. 

The Office of Third Party Billing is a sub-office of the Office of Billing and Payment Services. Third Party Billing is a part of the Georgetown Certification Team by placing memos on student's accounts for expected military education benefits sent to the school and posts any funding received from the VA or DoD onto student's accounts. This office also processes Department of Defense tuition assistance (TA), employer tuition assistance, Vocational Rehabilitation book vouchers, and other third party payments that are sent directly to Georgetown.  To contact Third Party Billing with questions regarding a memo for expected military education benefits, an invoice, or to request a book voucher, email thirdpartybilling@georgetown.edu.

Financial Services
​The Office of Student Financial Services (OSFS) provides counseling services to prospective and current students and their families about:

  • Options available for financing higher education costs
  • Eligibility for assistance 
  • Applying for and obtaining funding
  • Budgeting expenses and paying bills 

For both undergraduate and graduate students, the OSFS determines eligibility for assistance from federal, state and private financial aid programs based on the rules and regulations established by those external agencies. OSFS also determines eligibility for Georgetown scholarships to undergraduates and assist in the selection of graduate students who receive university fellowships and scholarships through their academic program. 

Main Campus
Website: finaid.georgetown.edu
Email: Learn more on how to contact a Financial Services Counselor (assigned by last name)

School of Continuing Studies
Website: scs.georgetown.edu/admissions/financial-aid
Email: scsfinaid@georgetown.edu

Law Center
Website: law.georgetown.edu/admissions-aid/financial-aid
Email: lawfinaid@georgetown.edu

School of Medicine
Website: som.georgetown.edu/financial-aid
Email: medfinaid@georgetown.edu

Military Leave of Absence Policies

Georgetown University recognizes that students who serve in the U.S. armed forces may encounter situations in which military obligations force them to withdraw from a course of study and that this can sometimes happen with little notice. The Military Leave of Absence policy applies to all University schools and programs and is intended to recognize, and make appropriate allowances for, students who find themselves in such situations. Contact your academic advisor and/or the Veterans Office at veteranservices@georgetown.edu with questions.

Student Health Insurance

Office of Student Health Insurance
Students enrolled in classes more than half time in a degree program are required to have adequate health insurance. A charge for the Premier Plan appears on students’ accounts when their course registration meets the eligibility criteria. Enrollment in the Premier Plan can be waived if a student has other adequate coverage. Learn more about Premier Plan accept or waive process. 

Technology Services

University Information Systems (UIS)
UIS provides Georgetown University with the core technology resources and support services for teaching, learning, and research. UIS manages the process of NetIDs, Georgetown email, in addition to a host of tech support and resources. 

Academic Resources

Academic Skills Workshops and Accommodations

Academic Resource Center (ARC)
The ARC offers an array of academic support services, including study skills workshops, individual consultations, and tutoring in introductory courses. In addition, provides accommodations for students with disabilities based on documentation from a medical professional. Accommodations are provided on a case-by-case basis following review of this documentation and a meeting with an Academic Resource Center administrator. 

University Libraries

Georgetown University Library
The Georgetown University Library is an agile organization that respects the heritage of the past while anticipating the requirements of the 21st century. By providing preeminent services, collections and spaces, the Library shapes the creation of knowledge, conserves culture for posterity, and transforms learning and research. The Georgetown University Library has numerous library locations, including the Joseph Mark Lauinger Memorial Library (in honor of Mr. Lauinger, a veteran who died in Vietnam), Blommer Science LibraryBioethics Research Library,  School of Continuing Studies Downtown Campus LibraryDahlgren Memorial Library at the Medical Center, and Edward Bennett Williams Law Library.

Math Assistance

Math Assistance Center
The Math Assistance Center offers free tutoring services for Advanced Algebra, Analysis I, Calculus I, Calculus II, Linear Algebra, Multivariable Calculus, Ordinary Differential Equations, and Probability and Statistics. Tutoring sessions are available Sunday through Thursday evenings and in St. Mary's Hall 345 Conference Room. 

Writing Assistance

The Writing Center
The Writing Center offers free peer tutoring to all enrolled students. Trained graduate and undergraduate student tutors will assist students at any stage of your writing process, from initial brainstorming to final revisions. Tutors will help students meet their immediate goals (such as an assigned essay) as well as help the student develop as a writer. Tutors will offer advice on thesis development, utilization of evidence, organization and flow, sentence structure, and more. The Writing Center will not proofread your paper for you, but will help students improve their own critical thinking, revision, and editing skills — enabling students to become their own editor.

Department of Veterans Affairs Funded Tutoring

Department Veterans Affairs Tutorial Assistance
The Department of Veterans Affairs offers supplemental resources to students who are using GI Bill® education benefits, are enrolled in classes more than half time, and a professor certifies that tutoring in needed to meet sufficient course requirements. More information regarding eligibility and how to request funding for tutoring through the Department of Veterans Affairs can found by completing a VA Form 22-1990t in collaboration with the tutor and the School Certifying Official.

Health & Wellness

Fitness and Recreation 

Campus Fitness and Recreational Services
Georgetown University offers two recreation facilities through the Yates Memorial Field House on the Main Campus and the Scott K. Ginsburg Sport & Fitness Center at the Law Center to provide comprehensive recreational programming to serve the needs of university students, faculty, and staff. 

Health Education

Health Education Services (HES)
HES offers health promotion programming and health communication materials for students. HES seeks to promote students’ well-being through care of the WHOLE Hoya: body, mind, and soul. We aim to engage students in their own health education by offering fun and interactive programming. HES offers free, confidential counseling services to survivors of sexual assault and students who are facing drug or alcohol-related crises. Learn more about crisis counseling for sexual assault and relationship violence and learn more about crisis counseling for alcohol and other drugs. 

In addition, HES houses the Center for Personal Development is prepared to meet the unique needs of veterans transitioning to civilian life. The Center is designed to educate and inform students about positive choices leading toward health and wellbeing, providing confidential individual, family, or group counseling and referrals to other resources both on and off campus. The Center’s director, Patrick Kilcarr, Ph.D., is himself a veteran. For more information you can email Dr. Patrick Kilcarr at kilkarrp@georgetown.edu or calling (202) 687-8944.

Medical Services

Student Health Center
The student health center offers the full spectrum of primary care including on-site labs to Georgetown students with the mission of supporting health while in a rigorous academic environment.  We do preventive care including physicals, well women, STI screening and travel visits.  We handle urgent needs such as infections, injuries, and more complex problems with same day appointments.  We also manage chronic illnesses and provide prescription refills.  We ensure compliance with immunization requirements and provide about 5,000 free flu vaccines yearly. Learn more about services provided on the Main Campus and at the Law Center. 

Counseling and Psychiatric Services

Counseling and Psychiatric Service (CAPS)
CAPS serves as the university's primary mental health agency for its students and campus community. Our central mission is to collaborate directly with students in overcoming difficulties that may interfere with the definition and accomplishment of their educational, personal, and career goals.

Business Hours Phone: (202) 687-6985
After Hours Emergencies: (202) 444-7243 (Ask to speak to an on-call clinician)

Student Health Insurance

Office of Student Health Insurance
Students enrolled in classes more than half time in a degree program are required to have adequate health insurance. A charge for the Premier Plan appears on students’ accounts when their course registration meets the eligibility criteria. Enrollment in the Premier Plan can be waived if a student has other adequate coverage. Learn more about Premier Plan accept or waive process. 

Bias Reporting

Georgetown University Bias Reporting System
Georgetown University has a rich tradition of embracing people from a wide spectrum of faiths, ethnicities, cultures, and backgrounds. The University considers acts of hate and bias unacceptable and antithetical to its commitment to an inclusive and respectful community. Through the Bias Reporting System, Georgetown is able to track and review bias-related incidents. Reporting the incident may lead to an investigation, following which the University can hold the accused accountable for their acts. 

Student Living

Undergraduate Campus Housing

Office of Residential Living
The Office of Residential Living encourages the personal, intellectual and spiritual growth of students while they live both on-campus and in the surrounding neighborhoods. All full-time, under the age of 22 years, unmarried, main campus undergraduate students are eligible to live on campus as space is available. Students are guaranteed three years of housing and may request housing for their senior year. Learn more about living on Main Campus. 

Off Campus Housing

Office of Neighborhood Life
The Office of Neighborhood Life supports all students, non-students, and permanent residents in the communities surrounding Georgetown University. Our office will educate students about university policies and local ordinances; continue to build and strengthen neighborhood relations by facilitating dialogue; and promote civic citizenship to create a positive quality of life for everyone living in the neighborhood. Learn more about finding a rental in the Washington D.C. area.

Law Center Housing

Office of Residence Life & Student Housing
The Office of Residence Life & Student Housing at the Law Center provides students with on-campus and off-campus housing services that promote a strong sense of community and student well-being.

Spirituality

Campus Ministry

Campus Ministry
As the nation’s oldest Catholic and Jesuit university, Georgetown has a long tradition of nurturing the intellectual and spiritual life of students. In the Jesuit tradition of cura personalis, we are committed to caring for the whole person – mind, body, and spirit. We stand ready to serve veterans who study and teach among us, in order to help them integrate their learning, faith, and service. From its beginning over two centuries ago, Georgetown has welcomed students of diverse faith traditions. Today, Campus Ministry supports Roman Catholic, Protestant, Jewish, Muslim and Orthodox Christian chaplaincies and worship services and coordinates student groups in other traditions.

Spiritual Retreats

Spiritual Retreats
Campus Ministry offers a myriad of undergraduate and graduate overnight retreat experiences for students by escaping from the Hilltop to go to the Calcagnini Contemplative Center in Bluemont, VA. The programs are accessible of all religious and non-religious backgrounds and focuses on reflection through co-led facilitation from student leaders, faculty, and staff.  Learn more about retreat dates and how to register.

St. Ignatius Retreats

St. Ignatius Retreats
Rooted in the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius, these retreats introduce various forms of Ignatian spirituality, such as Ignatian contemplation and spiritual direction. Georgetown affiliation is required to attend. Common programs include the Weekend Ignatian Retreats and the Five-Day Ignatian Retreat at the Calcagnini Contemplative Center, and the Prayer in Daily Life Retreats on Main Campus. Members of the military-connected community may connect well with St. Ignatius retreats since St. Ignatius transitioned from a military career to become an adult learner and later founded the Society of Jesus. Learn more about various retreats, dates, and how to register. 

Getting Involved

Military-Connected

Veterans Office
The Veterans Office connects military-connected students with the resources they need to successfully transition from combat to classroom to career. Our office collaborates with partner offices and organizations internally and externally to offer programming specific to the military-connected community and foster opportunities to bridge the military-civilian divide. If you are connected to the military as a servicemember, reservist, veteran, military spouse or dependent, you can join the Office’s weekly newsletter by completing the Veteran Survey located in My Access.

Military-Connected Student Organizations
Georgetown University is fortunate to have a number of military-connected organizations that are run by student leaders. Learn more about each of the organizations and how to get involved. 

Hoya Battalion Army ROTC
Georgetown University's Army Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC), also known as Hoya Battalion is home to five separate academic institutions:

  • Georgetown University
  • American University
  • The Catholic University of America
  • The George Washington University
  • The Institute for World Politics

Cadets, young men and women who volunteer to serve, become officers through a balanced program of stimulating education, rigorous military training, and responsible socialization. These officers become the leaders of the tactical Army and the future leaders of the joint force.

Campus Engagement

Center for Student Engagement (CSE)
Georgetown University's CSE is committed to providing learning and development opportunities, which complement our Jesuit identity and students' educational experiences. CSE empowers and partners with students to create a vibrant and pluralistic campus community through: leadership opportunities that foster integrity and collaboration; high quality programs that spark curiosity and inspire action; and reflective practice that deepens self-knowledge and awareness. CSE offers opportunities in recreational athletics, outdoor education, student government, and numerous student organizations spanning an array of interests. 

Social Justice

Center for Social Justice (CSJ)
The Center for Social Justice, Research, Teaching, and Service (CSJ) opened its doors in January 2001. The Center has a mission that is simple to state, but far-reaching in its implications: In order to advance justice and the common good, CSJ promotes and integrates community-based research, teaching, and service by collaborating with diverse communities.

Multicultural Equity and Access 

Center for Multicultural Equity and Access (CMEA)
CMEA supports students of color at Georgetown University in variety of ways. CMEA provides someone to talk to about personal issues or concerns, a chance to explore diversity issues, and an opportunity to help DC students prepare for college.

LGBTQ Resource Center

LGBTQ Resource Center
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning (LGBTQ) Resource Center provides students, faculty, and staff with education, programming, support services, and advocacy on campus-regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity. 

Women's Center

Women's Center
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.

Athletics

Georgetown Athletics
We are Georgetown! Georgetown Athletics is home to numerous student athletes for men's and women's sports. 

For the 2018-19 season, Georgetown Athletics is proud to continue the Hoya Military Pass, which will provide veterans, reservists, and active duty military with four (4) complimentary tickets to one men's basketball home game per month from November through February. The Hoya Military Pass is one way the Athletics Department can demonstrate its gratitude and respect for those who defend our freedom every day. Veterans and active duty military should register here to participate in the program. When the men's basketball schedule is released, those who are registered will be contacted with more information. Should you have any questions about the program, please contact the Georgetown Marketing Office

Career Services

Campus Career Centers

Cawley Career Education Center
The Cawley Career Education Center serves degree-seeking undergraduate and many graduate students at Georgetown University. The Georgetown University Cawley Career Education Center teaches students how to identify career opportunities that fit with their values, interests, personality, and skills. They empower students by providing resources designed to foster the development of career management skills that will serve them as competent professionals. They facilitate specialized programs and create relationships to connect students with employers and generate internship and full-time opportunities. The Cawley Career Education Center integrates the Jesuit tradition in its work with students by caring for and encouraging the development of the whole person.

Cawley Career Education Center also has a specific page of resources dedicated to military-connected students. 

If you are an employer and interested in posting a job opportunity or attending a university career fair, learn more about recruiting Georgetown University students.

Georgetown MBA Career Center
The MBA Career Center's expert team of industry leaders, career coaches, curricula instructors, and operations staff are available to deliver a first-class experience for your lifelong career success.

Georgetown SFS Graduate Career Center
The SFS Graduate Career Center serves students and alumni from eight SFS graduate programs as well as four programs from the Government Department, providing individual career advising, targeted job search skills workshops, a regular Career Bulletin, access to targeted employers through information/industry sessions and site visits and access to WalshWorks, a database featuring thousands of job and internship postings.

McCourt School of Public Policy Career Development
The Office of Career Development offers a wide variety of resources to current students and alumni looking to begin or enhance careers in public policy and policy management. 

Georgetown Law Office of Career Strategy
The Office of Career Strategy's mission is to empower students with the tool, plans, and inspiration to achieve their career goals. By focusing on strategy, the aim is to promote long-term success and thoughtful, deliberate career trajectories. To further this purpose, OCS Career Advisors work one-on-one with students to create their strategic career plans, tailored to their specific needs and interests. Students' career planning and job searches are further supported by our numerous and ever-evolving programs, resources, and recruitment activities. 

Georgetown School of Medicine Career Development
The School of Medicine offers resources to GUSOM students ranging from access to the Careers in Medicine network, Specialty Selection and Residency Resource Guide, and the MedThread school blog.

Hoya Gateway: Georgetown Military Network

Hoya Gateway launched the Georgetown Military Network (GMN) group to connect the Georgetown student and alumni military-connected community for mentoring, transition and career development opportunities. The GMN has just launched a "Group" on the platform, which is an exclusive section of the system allows you to easily find professionals, engage in relevant conversations on the Discussion Board, and find important resources related to your interests. The University is expanding the Hoya Gateway platform to stimulate engagement across the Georgetown military network and hope that you will join the group to connect with military-connected alumni and students. The goal is to create a responsive, engaged community to better serve all Military Hoyas. Sign up today to join this vibrant network!

FourBlock™ Veteran Career Readiness

Georgetown University and FourBlock collaborates to support military-connected students at Georgetown University. Throughout the academic year a career transitioning expert will host office hours on campus to provide one-on-one counseling with military-connected students looking to advance in their careers in addition to offering a 10-week course programs in the D.C. region in the Fall and Spring semesters. 

Veterans Office

Career Advising Resources
Military-connected students at Georgetown may arrive to campus with various work and education experiences with the intent to make a transitional pivot into the civilian sector, meeting requirements for a promotion, preparing to return to the work environment, or entering the professional field for the first time. In addition to the resources the Career Centers provide, the Veterans Office offers the following to military-connected students and alumni at Georgetown:

  • Career Planning
  • Resume and Cover Letter Review (including military to civilian translations)
  • Job Interview Preparation
  • Job and Internship Postings listed in the Veterans Office Weekly emails

Graduating Student Resources

Campus Career Centers

Cawley Career Education Center
The Cawley Career Education Center serves degree-seeking undergraduate and many graduate students at Georgetown University. The Georgetown University Cawley Career Education Center teaches students how to identify career opportunities that fit with their values, interests, personality, and skills. They empower students by providing resources designed to foster the development of career management skills that will serve them as competent professionals. They facilitate specialized programs and create relationships to connect students with employers and generate internship and full-time opportunities. The Cawley Career Education Center integrates the Jesuit tradition in its work with students by caring for and encouraging the development of the whole person.

Cawley Career Education Center also has a specific page of resources dedicated to military-connected students. 

If you are an employer and interested in posting a job opportunity or attending a university career fair, learn more about recruiting Georgetown University students.

Georgetown MBA Career Center
The MBA Career Center's expert team of industry leaders, career coaches, curricula instructors, and operations staff are available to deliver a first-class experience for your lifelong career success.

Georgetown SFS Graduate Career Center
The SFS Graduate Career Center serves students and alumni from eight SFS graduate programs as well as four programs from the Government Department, providing individual career advising, targeted job search skills workshops, a regular Career Bulletin, access to targeted employers through information/industry sessions and site visits and access to WalshWorks, a database featuring thousands of job and internship postings.

McCourt School of Public Policy Career Development
The Office of Career Development offers a wide variety of resources to current students and alumni looking to begin or enhance careers in public policy and policy management. 

Georgetown Law Office of Career Strategy
The Office of Career Strategy's mission is to empower students with the tool, plans, and inspiration to achieve their career goals. By focusing on strategy, the aim is to promote long-term success and thoughtful, deliberate career trajectories. To further this purpose, OCS Career Advisors work one-on-one with students to create their strategic career plans, tailored to their specific needs and interests. Students' career planning and job searches are further supported by our numerous and ever-evolving programs, resources, and recruitment activities. 

Georgetown School of Medicine Career Development
The School of Medicine offers resources to GUSOM students ranging from access to the Careers in Medicine network, Specialty Selection and Residency Resource Guide, and the MedThread school blog.

Mentorship Opportunities

Hoya Gateway: Georgetown Military Network
Hoya Gateway launched the Georgetown Military Network (GMN) group to connect the Georgetown student and alumni military-connected community for mentoring, transition and career development opportunities. Mentorship connections include student to alumnus, student to student, alumnus to student, and alumni to alumnus to alumnus. The GMN has just launched a "Group" on the platform, which is an exclusive section of the system allows you to easily find professionals, engage in relevant conversations on the Discussion Board, and find important resources related to your interests. The University is expanding the Hoya Gateway platform to stimulate engagement across the Georgetown military network and hope that you will join the group to connect with military-connected alumni and students. The goal is to create a responsive, engaged community to better serve all Military Hoyas. Sign up today to join this vibrant network!

FourBlock™ Veteran Career Readiness

Georgetown University and FourBlock collaborates to support military-connected students at Georgetown University. Throughout the academic year a career transitioning expert will host office hours on campus to provide one-on-one counseling with military-connected students looking to advance in their careers in addition to offering a 10-week course programs in the D.C. region in the Fall and Spring semesters. 

Military-Connected Career Services

Military-connected students at Georgetown may arrive to campus with various work and education experiences with the intent to make a transitional pivot into the civilian sector, meeting requirements for a promotion, preparing to return to the work environment, or entering the professional field for the first time. In addition to the resources the Career Centers provide, the Veterans Office offers the following to military-connected students and alumni at Georgetown:

  • Career Planning
  • Resume and Cover Letter Review (including military to civilian translations)
  • Job Interview Preparation
  • Job and Internship Postings listed in the Veterans Office Weekly emails
Military-Connected Graduation Honor Cords

Veterans Office
Each commencement season, the University celebrates the accomplishments of students who completes a degree within the academic year. To celebrate the accomplishments of military-connected students, the Veterans Office issues out red, white, and blue graduation honor cords to where as a part of their commencement regalia to be recognized as a member of the military-connected community. The cords are free to students are given out by the Veterans Office in the month April. Information on how to receive an honor cord will be listed in the Veterans Office weekly email (sign up by completing the Veteran Survey in My Access) and on the Veterans Office's website Announcements

Alumnus Resources

Staying Involved

Georgetown University Alumni Association
The Georgetown University Alumni Association offers many ways to stay connected with fellow alumni, current students, or volunteer with the greater Georgetown Community--both on and off campus. Learn more about the benefits and opportunities when joining the Alumni Association. 

Mentorship Opportunities

Hoya Gateway: Georgetown Military Network
Hoya Gateway launched the Georgetown Military Network (GMN) group to connect the Georgetown student and alumni military-connected community for mentoring, transition and career development opportunities. Mentorship connections include student to alumnus, student to student, alumnus to student, and alumni to alumnus to alumnus. The GMN has just launched a "Group" on the platform, which is an exclusive section of the system allows you to easily find professionals, engage in relevant conversations on the Discussion Board, and find important resources related to your interests. The University is expanding the Hoya Gateway platform to stimulate engagement across the Georgetown military network and hope that you will join the group to connect with military-connected alumni and students. The goal is to create a responsive, engaged community to better serve all Military Hoyas. Sign up today to join this vibrant network!

Stay Connected with the Campus Military-Connected Community

Veterans Office Alumni Database
Stay connected with the Georgetown University Veterans Office by submitting information to the Alumni Database to learn about programs and initiatives happening on our campuses. Our office understands that your inboxes receive heavy traffic already, so communication will be limited. Your contact information will not be shared with third parties without your consent. In addition, if you are interested in mentoring current military students, you can indicate your interest on the form and our office will be able to connect you with current students who are interested in similar career fields. The form is structured that you can edit your information if your contact information or career fields change.

Supporting Future Military-Connected Students

Alumni Admissions Program (AAP)
The AAP is a worldwide alumni volunteer organization that coordinates and conducts the interview process for first-year and transfer applicants to Georgetown University. Over 6,000 alumni strong, the AAP interviews the vast majority of applicants. Members of the AAP may be involved in the admissions effort in a variety of other ways, including attending receptions, college nights, and local business meetings.

 **Resources listed on this page are limited to Georgetown University Offices and non-profit organizations that have an established formal agreement with Georgetown University.**