Information Sessions and Tours

offered to the visitors on campus

Reserve your Visit

Information session and campus tour reservation calendars are posted three months at a time.  If you are looking for a date beyond this range, the currently posted calendars may act as a general guide. With the exception of the dates listed below we offer sessions and tours Monday through Saturdays during the months of February through November and Monday through Friday during December and January.

Please note that the Office of Admissions does not host information sessions and campus tours on the following dates:

Monday, December 24 -
Wednesday, December 26 (Holidays)
Monday, December 31 (New Year's Eve)

Tuesday, January 1 (New Year’s Day)
Monday, January 21 (Martin Luther King, Jr. Day)
Friday, April 26 (Georgetown Day)
Monday, May 27 (Memorial Day)
Thursday, July 4 (Independence Day)

*Dates are subject to change

Self-Guided Campus Tour

The Blue & Gray Tour Guide Society, in coordination with the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, has designed a self-guided walking tour for prospective students, families, and visitors. The Self-Guided Tour is also an excellent opportunity for visiting groups to explore campus, particularly for those who are unable to schedule a Group Visit.

Appointments with Admissions Officers

While we do not make any personal appointments with students, there is usually an Admissions Officer "on duty" who will be able to answer specific questions you might have that were not answered in your Information Session. Please note that there is no Officer available from 9:30-11:00 am on Tuesdays as this is weekly staff meeting.

Information Sessions for Transfer Students

The Admissions Office is pleased to invite prospective transfer applicants to attend an information session designed to address questions specific to transfer candidates. These hour-long sessions provide information on Georgetown's academic offerings, student life and the transfer application process. Participants will also hear from deans and academic representatives within each of the University's four undergraduate schools.

The Tuesday, January 8th session is scheduled to accommodate prospective transfer students who might be home or otherwise in DC over mid-semester break. The Wednesday, February 20th session is offered well before the March 1st transfer application deadline.

To make a reservation for either Transfer Student Information Session, please register here for the Tuesday, January 8, 2019 session and here for the Wednesday, February 20, 2019 session. Interested students can also call 202-687-3600.

School of Nursing & Health Studies Visits

The School of Nursing & Health Studies invites you visit St. Mary's Hall to learn more about our dynamic learning environment in a field that touches everyone's lives: health and health care. Please book an admissions appointment with the appropriate academic dean here: All of the deans are well equipped to discuss all of the NHS undergraduate majors. Based on the major that you are most interested in, please book with the appropriate Dean here if s/he is available at your requested meeting time. If s/he is unavailable when you wish to meet, please make an appointment with any one of the deans available during that time. If you are undecided on your intended major, you should schedule a meeting with any of the deans who have availability during the day/time when you plan to visit.
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Walsh School of Foreign Service Information Sessions

The Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service invites you to learn more about the Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service program by speaking directly to one of their academic deans. Information Sessions are conducted on Mondays and Fridays at 1:00pm (lasting about 30 minutes). The informal information sessions are conducted at the McGhee library, adjacent to the SFS dean's office. For more information, please visit The Walsh School of Foreign Service. You must make a reservation by completing the registration form.

Graduate School Tours

Information sessions and tours offered through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions are geared toward prospective undergraduate students. Graduate-level programs offer their own information sessions and tours. If you are interested in touring one of Georgetown’s graduate schools, please see the links below:

  • Visit here — for information regarding tours of the Law School
  • Visit here — for information regarding tours of the School of Medicine
  • Visit here — for information regarding tours of all other graduate school programs

Georgetown University Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC)

The Georgetown University Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) Hoya Cadet Battalion is among the best in the country, consistently producing highly qualified commissioned officers for both the Active Army and Reserve Components. To schedule a personal information session, please email or call (202) 687-7094.