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Georgetown University Emergency Preparedness
University Status
Preparedness Guides
Contacts & Links
Georgetown University Operating Status
CURRENT STATUS: Closed (effective for February 9, 2010)
Georgetown University is closed on Tuesday, February 9, 2010. Classes are canceled for the Main Campus, the Medical Center, the School of Medicine, and all locations of the School of Continuing Studies. All designated emergency employees must report to work on time. The Georgetown University Transportation Shuttle (GUTS) will not operate on Tuesday. Lauinger Library will remain open (see http://www.library.georgetown.edu/ for details). Dahlgren Medical Library will operate as usual (see dml.georgetown.edu for details).
During emergency or unfavorable weather situations, please call the Georgetown University emergency and inclement weather hotline at (202) 687-7669.
Additional alerts: Utility outages | Network outages | Law Center
Campus Advisory: H1N1 Flu
Campus Alerts
HOYAlert
HOYAlert is the university's emergency notification system. Receive important, emergency information via text message, non-GU voicemail, and non-GU email. Enroll in HOYAlert via Access + now.


Questions or suggestions regarding the procedures and response on campus should be directed to the Office of University Safety.
Homeland Security
Threat Advisory Level
What does this mean for Georgetown University?

On-Campus Emergency:
202-687-HELP (4357)
Off-Campus Emergency: 911
Police Emergency
Georgetown University Department of Public Safety:
(202) 687-4343
Metropolitan Police Department:
Dial 911 for Emergencies
Dial 311 for Non-Emergencies
Medical Emergency
Georgetown Emergency Response Medical Service (GERMS):
(202) 687-HELP (4357)
National Capital Poison Center:
(800) 222-1222
Student Health Center:
(202) 687-2200 or after-hours at (202) 687-7243
Fire Emergency
District of Columbia Fire Department:
Dial 911 for Emergencies
Dial 311 for Non-Emergencies