The visiting, non-degree student status was established so that qualified individuals with a completed undergraduate degree from an accredited institution (and, typically, with a cumulative GPA of 3.00, solid "B," or higher) might enroll in 1-2 graduate-level classes during the fall or spring semesters for their own benefit or, in some cases, to complete a few prerequisites for graduate-level programs to which they are applying. To enroll in graduate-level courses during the summer, individuals must apply and be accepted through the Summer School.
This status is not intended for long-term enrollment. Therefore, students can complete a maximum of 9 credits while in this status. Students hoping to enroll in additional coursework should apply directly to the graduate program of interest to them. Permission to enroll in the visiting status does not confer or imply admission to any graduate program at Georgetown University, regardless of the grade(s) earned in these courses. Even if a student is later accepted into a Georgetown graduate program, that student should keep in mind that credits earned in this status might not be allowed to transfer into that degree program.
If you are interested in the visiting, non-degree status, please complete the Registration Request Process on the "Fees and Registration" by the published deadlines. We also encourage you to read the academic and administrative policies that apply to all visiting students under "Resources and Policies."
If you are interested in taking undergraduate level classes please contact the Georgetown's Office of Undergraduate Admissions. http://uadmissions.georgetown.edu/special_program/
Students currently enrolled in colleges or universities within the Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area (such as American, George Mason, and George Washington Universities, among others) should follow the procedures described on the Registrar's Office website to seek permission to enroll in courses.