The Center works with several campus partners – both academic and non-academic. Read more about the work we do with each one. If you would like to partner with us, please send an email.
ACADEMIC RESOURCE CENTER
The Academic Resource Center (ARC) can be a valuable resource for all students. Our staff works with students with disabilities to ensure access to programs and facilities at Georgetown. In addition to our work with students with disabilities, we provide academic support for students through study skills workshops held in residence halls, individual consultations and tutoring services. Academic support is also provided to student-athletes through the ARC.
We welcome alumni back into the Georgetown family through Homecoming and John Carroll Weekends as well as networking events with current students.
The intersections of LGBTQ and faith is supported through our presentations; co-sponsored programs with Campus Ministry and religious based student organizations.
CAREER EDUCATION CENTER
The Center facilitates a relationship between LGBTQ and Ally students and the Career Center in their job search. We also partner in the annual Out for Work conference and for Alumni Career Services networking events.
CENTER FOR MULTICULTURAL EQUITY AND ACCESS
We partner with SOCA (Students of Color Alliance) to do joint programming; work with the Community Scholars program, and participate as needed in Hoya Saxa Weekend and other programs of the office.
CENTER FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE
We provide programming for FOCI which is a pre-orientation program that introduces new students to community service, volunteer activism, and social justice issues in the Washington, D.C. community.
CENTER FOR STUDENT PROGRAMS
The Center partners with CSP and student organizations in programming across campus. We also work closely with New Student Orientation to provide training to the Orientation staff as well as information sessions to the new students.
CHAPLAINS IN RESIDENCE
We work with chaplains-in-residence to do programming in residence halls; have them participate in student and Center events and conversations; and see them as our front-line allies in the work we aim to do here at GU.
COUNSELING AND PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES
The Center has a close relationship with CAPS to provide students a personal connection to counseling professionals if needed. CAPS also facilitates a LGBTQ counseling group with a LGBTQ specialist.
HEALTH EDUCATION SERVICES
We encourage healthy living for all students on campus through joint programs and class presentations with Health Education.
The Center provides staff and faculty training sessions in cooperation with Human Resources.
OFF CAMPUS STUDENT LIFE
OCSL assists off campus students to have a safe and successful living experience through specific programs, resources, and support services. OCSL also serves as a liaison between the university and our neighbors, encouraging dialogue about issues of mutual concern.
OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS
OIP fosters the international character of the University by promoting, supporting, and developing a wide range of international and intercultural educational opportunities for members of the Georgetown community.
We provide training to the Residence Life professional and student staff and partner on programming throughout the year. Residence Life works to build an inclusive and vibrant community that is dedicated to personal and academic excellence in University owned housing. This includes Diversity through Inclusive Communities & Education committee (DICE) to continue community engagement in diversity dialogue and education, examine current practices and policies impacting our department, and implement projects and initiatives that foster diversity and social justice.
The Office of Student Conduct promotes fairness and due process in judicial settings while striking a balance between community standards and individual behavior through the educational development of our students.
Good health is essential to achieving educational goals. Student Insurance is responsible for the administration of enrollment in student health insurance plans and overall plan management.
The Center participates in campus visit programs and serves as a resource for students and parents in the college search for GLBTQ friendly schools.
WOMEN’S & GENDER STUDIES
The Director serves on the Steering Committee, and we do several co-sponsored educational programs.
The Women’s Center supports, educates and empowers women of all cultures, races, sexual orientations, 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.
YATES FIELD HOUSE
Yates meets the recreational, instructional, and intramural sport needs of the entire University Community.