Welcome to Summer Housing at Georgetown University! Working closely with campus partners, we specialize in housing for array of groups including; visiting interns, students, camps, and conferences. Whether you are interested in hosting an athletic camp or interning on Capitol Hill, Georgetown has accommodations for you!
Georgetown University is the oldest Roman Catholic University in the United States and maintains its Jesuit tradition of excellence in education. The University is located in a vibrant, semi-urban atmosphere comprised of hundreds of shops, restaurants, and cultural activities.
Georgetown’s campus is small, diverse, self-contained community, where your needs can be met for both work and recreation. The campus has many amenities to make your stay more enjoyable including: Libraries, Bookstore, ATM machines, Chapels, Classrooms, Meeting Spaces, Work-out Facilities, Dining Facilities, and much more!
The air-conditioned accommodations are comfortable, convenient, and economically priced. We offer residential spaces varying in size and layouts meeting many groups desired needs. Georgetown University is home to apartments, townhouses, cluster, suite and community-style residence halls.
View our residential communities pages for additional information and photos.
Individuals may use the University’s athletic facility, Yates Field House, which includes courts for basketball, racquetball, handball and squash, a 25-meter swimming pool and diving well, universal weight machines, saunas and a dance room. In addition, the Georgetown neighborhood offers visitors many recreational opportunities ranging from canoeing on the Potomac to biking or running along the historic C&O Canal towpath.
Transportation & Parking
Washington, DC offers a modern, efficient and inexpensive public transportation system that serves the Georgetown community well. The campus shuttle, GUTS bus, is available Monday through Friday. Using the shuttle and Metro system or busses a round-trip cost is approximately $3.00 – $5.00 daily traveling within the city. Parking is automated and managed by the Office of Transportation Management.
TheGeorgetown University Hospitalis adjacent to campus for your use in case of emergency or illness.
Students should carry homeowner’s or renter’s insurance and always carry their University issued keys. The University is not responsible for lost or stolen personal belongings.
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Location: 104 Harbin Hall | Phone: 202.687.4593