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For Prospective Students
Why Georgetown College?
As the oldest and largest school at Georgetown University, Georgetown College teaches its students to translate knowledge into action. Our liberal arts education in the Jesuit tradition is characterized by the development of critical thinking, a respect for tradition and human reason, and an appreciation of life and all its endeavors. At the College, you will become not only a scholar and a professional, but also a well-rounded human being. The College’s curriculum, balanced across a wide array of disciplines—including humanities, social sciences, sciences and mathematics, and languages and linguistics—will prepare you for a rich and rewarding post-College career and life.
Still not convinced? Consider a few more reasons…
…Graduate with the advantage of liberal arts degree.
A myth persists that there is a one-to-one correspondence between what you do during college and what you do after college. Don’t believe it​...more…  
…Take advantage of special opportunities for first-year students.
The Ignatius Seminars​, Liberal Arts Seminar, and Science & Society Seminar provide first-years a small, specialized learning environment from the start​...more...
...Expand your horizons with gen ed requirements.
Your required courses should provide a solid foundation for your learning and be a reflection of who you are​…more…
…Pursue an academic program tailored to your specific interests.
There are more than 100,000 different combinations of majors, double majors, and minors possible in the College​…more…
…Take your education international.
Study a language with our renowned Faculty of Languages and Linguistics (FLL). Study abroad for a semester or year​…more…
…Avail yourself of the Washington, DC classroom.
Learn outside the classroom through access to the rich opportunities of the nation’s capital​…more…
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Georgetown College​108 White-Gravenor​, Georgetown University​, Washington​, DC 20057 Phone: 202.687.4043​Fax​: 202.687.7290