As a Georgetown Summer Sessions student, you will find your experience here to be like nowhere else. Studying at Georgetown and living in Washington, D.C.—the heart of politics, museums, media, medicine, law, humanities, and culture—will provide you with an exciting experience both inside and outside of the classroom.
Points of Interest
- Just minutes away from Georgetown University is M Street, which is home to an array of boutiques, restaurants, galleries, coffee shops, and much more.
- A 10-minute taxi ride from campus will place you in the heart of Washington, D.C.—the National Mall. Visit the Capitol Building, Smithsonian Institutions, and the Washington Monument, to name a few.
- Washington, D.C., is a very active community recently ranked as the fittest city in the United States. Close to campus you can find the Potomac River, perfect for kayaking, biking, or fishing.
- Within walking distance is the Mount Vernon Trail, which offers scenic views of the Pentagon, the Washington, D.C., skyline, the Iwo Jima Monument, and Old Town Alexandria. You will find runners, walkers, and bicyclists taking in the sights on this trail.
The Summer Sessions staff hosts a variety of free activities and events for summer students attending Georgetown University. From free tickets to numerous baseball games, to arranged visits to the Smithsonian Institutions, and fun study breaks, it is our mission is to provide a well-rounded experience to summer students in D.C.
For more information, be sure to check your email and follow Georgetown Summer Sessions on social media!