New Downtown Campus
In fall 2013 Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies moved into a new, principal space located at 640 Massachusetts Ave., N.W., in downtown Washington, D.C. The new "Georgetown Downtown" campus helps the School fulfill its mission of educating students to be self-reflective, critical thinkers who are committed to serving others.
Located in one of the city's most vibrant and accessible neighborhoods, this expansion from the Hilltop further positions the University as an anchor of Washington, D.C., expanding educational opportunity and increasing community engagement through learning and service. The location was carefully selected to be accessible to our community of students and professionals and features comprehensive transportation options. The School worked with architects to design a space that reimagines the educational experience for the 21st century. Students, faculty, staff, alumni, professionals and community leaders are able to connect with each other in new ways and in a neighborhood that offers hundreds of amenities and services.
You are invited to explore the Georgetown Downtown website to learn more about the project and how you can be a part of this exciting moment in the University’s history.
Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies offers graduate degrees in Emergency & Disaster Management, Human Resources Management, Journalism, Liberal Studies, Public Relations & Corporate Communications, Real Estate, Sports Industry Management, Systems Engineering Management, Technology Management and Urban & Regional Planning, as well as over 25 professional certificates, summer school and special programs and the University’s only part-time bachelor’s program.