On-Campus Housing

On-campus dormitory housing is available on a limited basis and requires a separate application. Students must apply directly to the housing office and not to the EFL office to get housing.

For information and pictures of the residence halls at Georgetown University, click here.

Fall and Spring Intensive English Programs

  • A limited number of Georgetown dormitory rooms are available for EFL students.
  • Apply for on-campus housing by contacting the Student Services Coordinator, as indicated in your admission packet. 
  • If a room is available, the EFL office will notify you by email with your room assignment and check-in procedure.

Summer Intensive and ACE Programs

  • During the summer, application is completed online. 
  • You will receive information about applying online for summer housing when you receive your admission packet.

 

General Information for all EFL Programs
  • The cost of on-campus housing for one semester ranges from $5,045-5,543, depending on the room assignment. Note: Meals are not included, but meal plan information is available here. (Meal plans are not mandatory, and you may apply for one even if you live off-campus. Please contact the EFL Student Services Coordinator to register for a meal plan). 
  • Students can normally move into their room the day before each program starts and must move out the day after the program ends.
  • In addition to the cost of the room, you must also pay a $500 security deposit. It will be refunded to you after your room has been inspected at the end of the semester minus any charges. 
  • Rooms are assigned on a space available basis. Students cannot choose their room assignment or dormitory building.
  • Rooms are double or triple occupancy. Students will room either with other EFL students or Georgetown students.
  • Rooms are typically small and simple with a bed (twin extra long), dresser, desk and closet. Students need to bring their own sheets, blankets and towels. There are telephone lines in each room, but students must bring a phone.
  • Toilets and showers are typically outside the room, in a common bathroom down the hall (some buildings do have private restrooms).
  • The dorms close between programs, so students will not be able to stay at those times.