Eliminating racial and economic disparities in college attainment is an expensive proposition. But failing to do so costs the United States far more, according to a new report from Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce.
The Washington Post recently profiled Georgetown Law student Agnes Lee, the first openly undocumented student to serve as editor-in-chief of the flagship journal at a top law school.
The shift to an online learning environment last spring required an increase in virtual communication through websites, email, and social media—and intensified the university’s focus on promoting accessible materials.
Georgetown University’s Prisons and Justice Initiative will introduce a full bachelor’s degree program for students incarcerated at Patuxent Institution in Jessup, Maryland, in the next academic year.
Leon “Lee” Jones, MD, will join Georgetown University School of Medicine as dean for medical education, bringing decades of experience and a focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion in health care.
The commitment from alumnus and civic entrepreneur Frank H. McCourt Jr. (C’75) includes $50 million for financial aid and scholarships, catalyzing Georgetown’s ambition to build the nation’s most inclusive school of public policy.
The 74 recently reimagined how a March Madness bracket of NCAA Tournament contenders would play out if it reflected how well each institution increased students’ economic opportunity.
With the ongoing support and active participation of Georgetown, the Jesuits and descendants of the 272 enslaved individuals sold in 1838 by the Maryland Province of Jesuits have established a new charitable foundation focused on racial healing and educational advancement.
Georgetown recently announced new telemental health programs for all degree-seeking students, staff, and faculty to complement the university’s existing mental health resources.
A new program out of Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business aims to prepare students and families for the college application process by connecting early enough to influence students’ high school choices.
Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy and Howard University recently formalized their commitment to collaborate and announced a new scholarship program.
Drawing on insights from more than 100 students at Georgetown and Harvard universities, a new book explores how higher education’s unspoken expectations can shape the college experience for first-generation students.