The Office of Undergraduate Admissions offers prospective students and their families a number of opportunities to learn more about Georgetown University. By conducting both on and off campus information sessions, our goal is to assist students and their families in successfully navigating the Georgetown admissions process.
Students interested in Georgetown are encouraged to visit the University. Information sessions, conducted by the admissions staff, offer prospective students and their parents an opportunity to learn more about the academic offerings and student life at Georgetown, as well as the admissions process. A student-led campus tour follows each information session. Information sessions and tours are held throughout the year on weekdays and most Saturday mornings. A reservation is required. Special group tours of campus for high school students are also available on a limited basis. Group tours must be scheduled in advance.
Additionally, representatives from the Office of Undergraduate Admissions visit all 50 states and 30 countries in the spring and fall of each year to present information about Georgetown to prospective students and their families. Most presentations are in the form of local information sessions. For more information, we encourage you to visit Georgetown in Your Area which provides dates, locations and times of our local events.