Student Intellectual Life
Student intellectual life at Georgetown takes many forms: academic programs, research, creative activities, internships, student organizations, and many other endeavors. Support of these various endeavors are integral to our commitment to student intellectual life and are found across the Georgetown campuses; they are offered through our schools and colleges, through the Division of Student Affairs, through the university library, and elsewhere. Below are some links to just a few of the opportunities at Georgetown:
The Office of Global Education and Services seeks to foster a sense of community that builds on the universalism of the University’s intellectual tradition, and encourages many voices to be heard. OIP facilitates these global dialogues by promoting undergraduate and graduate student and faculty mobility and serving as a resource for departments and schools on campus that undertake international and intercultural initiatives.
The ground floor of the Gervase Building houses a diverse and dedicated collection of programs aimed at promoting and encouraging intellectual life on campus. The Programs in Gervase include the Office of Fellowships, Awards and Research; the undergraduate Honor Council; and the Georgetown chapter of Phi Beta Kappa.
GUROP offers motivated students the opportunity to learn the discipline and experience the rewards of scholarly research by working with faculty on their research projects.