The EFL Program courses are held at the Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies (SCS) Campus. The SCS Campus hosts many resources for students, including study spaces, a library, technology check-out service, printing space, public computers, prayer chapel, and more! Read more about our campus by clicking on the top "About" link in this page: https://scs.georgetown.edu/
As our student, you will also have accessibility to the following Georgetown locations:
Georgetown's main campus library offers a computer lab, photocopiers, and study space along with books, periodicals, and wireless access.
Yates is a modern athletics facility where students can work out, organize intramural sports teams and take group exercise classes, such as yoga and ballroom dancing. Yates has a swimming pool, locker rooms, squash and racquetball courts and a variety of cardio and strength-training equipment.
The Student Health Center provides medical care for students. Services include office visits, laboratory services and preventative care.
GERMS is a student-operated emergency responce team that provides on-campus ambulance and paramedic services free of charge to Georgetown students. Optional ambulance transportation to the Georgetown University Hospital can also be provided free of charge. These students are trained to assist you in case of a medical emergency and are available 24 hours. For GERMS Call: 202-687-7546
Georgetown automatically enrolls all EFL students in a special short-term health insurance plan. The cost is automatically charged to the Student Account of each student, and can be waived during the first week of the program. For more information about the policy and the waiver process go to http://studentaffairs.georgetown.edu/insurance/efl.html.
Adjusting to a new environment can be stressful, especially when coming from another country. CAPS offers the opportunity to talk with someone who understands your concerns. It is completely confidential, and the first meeting is free.
As a university with a Jesuit tradition, Georgetown understands the importance of religion and spirituality in students' lives. Many religions have representatives and places for worship on campus and students are encouraged to meet with these religious leaders at any time.
For safety, the University Police/Department of Public Safety (DPS) provides free transportation on campus and near the Georgetown area every evening after 8pm. For Safe Rides van, call: 202-784-7433