The Academic Resource Center provides students with academic strategies and individualized support needed for academic success and inclusion within the Georgetown community. The center offers disability support (Accommodations for students with disabilities that facilitate equity and access to services, programs, and facilities) and academic support (Assistance in study skills necessary for academic achievement through individual consultations, academic themed workshops, and foreign language tutoring services). More information can be found at https://academicsupport.georgetown.edu/
Any member of the GU community can make a report about a possible bias related incident using the Bias Reporting System. The Bias Reporting Team includes trained professionals from the Center for Multicultural Equity & Access (CMEA), LGBTQ Resource Center, Women’s Center, Office of Residential Living, Office of Mission & Ministry, and the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, & Affirmative Action (IDEAA). More information on how to submit a possible bias-related incident or hate crime can be found at https://biasreporting.georgetown.edu/.
Georgetown welcomes students from various religious and non-religious backgrounds. On campus worship opportunities include Roman Catholic, Protestant, Jewish, Muslim, Orthodox Christian, and Hindu worship services. More information can be found at https://campusministry.georgetown.edu/
The Center for Multicultural Equity & Access (CMEA) supports students of color at Georgetown University in a variety of ways. For example, they can provide someone to talk to about personal issues or concerns, advice on courses, majors, careers or navigating the university administration, chances to explore diversity issues or friendly faces and a place to call home. More information can be found at https://cmea.georgetown.edu/
The office of CAPS is a member of the Division of Student Affairs. The central mission of CAPS is to collaborate directly with students and the campus community. CAPS is dedicated to helping students develop greater self-understanding, identify and solve problems, and improve academic performance through the alleviation of psychological, emotional, and cognitive barriers. More information can be found at https://studenthealth.georgetown.edu/mental-health/
The Center for Student Engagement fosters campus-wide engagement and student development. For more information on involvement opportunities and programming initiatives visit https://getinvolved.georgetown.edu/
HES offers consultation, networking, and advocacy for primary prevention, risk reduction, and health promotion. They provide confidential crisis response, referrals, and advocacy for concerns related to Sexual Assault, Relationship Violence & Stalking, Alcohol & Other Drugs, Sexual Health & Pregnancy, Eating Disturbances & Body Image, and Nutrition. Students do not need a referral to seek services at HES, and all clinical services are completely free and confidential. In addition, HES focuses on interactive health promotion through health communication campaigns, training, and campus programming. More information can be found at https://studenthealth.georgetown.edu/health-promotion/
Each international student and each international scholar is a valued and respected member of our community. The office of International Student & Scholar Services serves and supports the safety and well-being of all members of this community. This office can help with immigration advising, F-1 and J-1 regulations, Advisor Signatures, and Off Campus Authorizations. More information can be found at: https://internationalservices.georgetown.edu/
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Questioning (LGBTQ) Resource Center provides education, programming, support services, and voice to Georgetown students, faculty, staff, and alumni of all sexual orientations and gender identities. More information can be found at https://lgbtq.georgetown.edu/
The mission of the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity & Affirmative Action is to promote a deep understanding and appreciation among the diverse members of the University community to result in justice and equality in educational, employment and contracting opportunities, as well as to lead efforts to create an inclusive academic and work environment. They are committed to ensuring our learning and working environment, whether in-person or virtual, is free from harassment and discrimination. Any incidents of bias, harassment or discrimination, will not be tolerated and should be reported to the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Affirmative Action (IDEAA), so they can be responded to consistent with our current policies and our commitment to a harassment-free environment. More information can be found at https://ideaa.georgetown.edu/.
Provides resources for all members of the Georgetown University community that strengthen our understanding of equity, inclusion, and justice to further our commitment to diversity and inclusive excellence. Visit https://osei.georgetown.edu/ for more information.
The Office of the Student Ombuds serves as a confidential, informal, and impartial resource for undergraduate and graduate students who may have a University-related concern or problem. Other members of the Georgetown community, including faculty and staff, are also welcome to contact the Office with any student-related questions or concerns. The Student Ombuds assists visitors in identifying options that might bring resolution to a problem, suggests appropriate referrals, or may offer to mediate in a dispute. More information can be found at https://studentombuds.georgetown.edu/about-the-ombuds/
Resources for students, faculty, and staff on issues relating to sexual misconduct including sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking can be found at https://sexualassault.georgetown.edu/. Georgetown has resources in place to support members of the University community who have experienced or wish to report sexual misconduct. If you need to speak to someone about sexual misconduct, confidential counseling services are available on and near campus.
The Georgetown University Women’s Center is part of the Office of Student Equity and Inclusion in Student Affairs. They host and sponsor a variety of programs and events throughout the year, including the Biondi Copeland Lecture Series, Feminist Roundtables, and Women’s History Month. All programs and events are open to members of the Georgetown University community regardless of sex or gender identity. More information can be found at https://womenscenter.georgetown.edu/.