Learning beyond the classroom
The Georgetown College faculty is committed to providing opportunities for students to engage in inquiry or investigation that makes an original, intellectual, or creative contribution to the discipline. Student learning is expanded when applying disciplinary methods and ways of knowing the world to original work.
Read a Georgetown College Research News story about GUROP.
The Carroll Fellows Initiative
supports select Georgetown students in a comprehensive academic and research experience that focuses on training them to become agents of positive change in the world.The Howard Hughes Scholars Program
is available to biology majors and provides an opportunity to collaborate on cutting edge biological research in preparation for graduate study.
National Scholarships and Fellowships
Georgetown College students can apply for over a dozen scholarships and fellowships to conduct research in any discipline both during and after their undergraduate studies. College students have successfully competed for prestigious awards including Rhodes, British Marshall, Churchill, and Joseph L. Allbritton Scholarships and the Fulbright and Barry M. Goldwater Fellowships.
In 2007, College seniors Katherine Boyle, a government major, and José Canto, a sociology major, were awarded Mitchell Scholarships, and '07 graduate Stephen Silvius, a Mathematics/History double major, won a Marshall Scholarship.
Students work throughout the application process with faculty members, the Fellowship Secretary, and College deans on their essays, research statements, and preparing for interviews.
Visit the Fellowship Secretary’s website
for a full listing of scholarship and fellowship opportunities.