Anna Landre plans to use the scholarship to study policies that could open up new opportunities for people with disabilities.
Federal officials have invited 67 additional schools—including Georgetown University—to participate in a program that gives incarcerated students access to need-based aid through partnerships between correctional facilities and colleges.
Will financial struggles, campus closures, and other coronavirus-related uncertainties force prospective college students to change their plans?
The comprehensive survey will ask students to reflect on their experiences across various dimensions, including race, ethnicity, faith, sexuality, ability, and gender.
New research from The Hub for Equity and Innovation in Higher Education offers a window into attitudes of belonging among first-generation undergraduate students at Georgetown University—insights that will help shape the university’s ongoing work in the equity space.
The American Talent Initiative, of which Georgetown University is a founding member, is on track to enroll 50,000 additional lower-income students by 2025, but a new report cautions that gains have leveled off.
Georgetown University this week welcomed Jennifer Crewalk, who will bolster the university’s undocumented student resources and help ensure the dignity and care of all members of the university community.
Seven experts—including Randy Bass, Georgetown University’s vice provost for education—met at the offices of The Chronicle of Higher Education to discuss higher education’s focus on creating a “holistic” student experience, and the steps institutions are taking to ensure all students can thrive.
In her new role, Georgetown alumna Olabisi “Bisi” Ladeji Okubadejo (L’03) will strengthen institutional efforts to support diversity and inclusivity.
Liberal arts colleges outperform most other institution types when it comes to long-term return on investment, but there’s substantial variation across schools, according to new research from Georgetown’s Center on Education and the Workforce.
Georgetown University’s philanthropic community has committed more than $200 million across the last three fiscal years to ensure that talented students can afford Georgetown and fully engage in their education once they’re here.
Adanna J. Johnson, Ph.D., the associate vice president leading Georgetown’s Office of Student Equity and Inclusion, spoke with Georgetown Magazine about the university’s whole-institution commitment, how Georgetown works differently, and what success looks like.