Admissions – Concept 2

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As the oldest and largest school within Georgetown University, the College of Arts & Sciences promotes an education of the whole person—mind, body, and spirit. Intellectual vitality, a global viewpoint, and a dedication to service are at the core of the College experience. Visit the Office of Undergraduate Admissions for extensive application information and deadlines.

General Info About Applying

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions encourages you to learn more about the admissions process by exploring the information provided on their website. As an undergraduate student, you may apply as either a first-year or transfer applicant.

International students follow the same admissions procedures and use the same application as all other applicants to the university.

College of Arts & Science Options

Optional Supplemental Materials: Music, Theater, Dance, and Studio Art

Diversity and Access

Georgetown University College of Arts & Sciences is proud to celebrate diversity and strives to make our community inclusive and welcoming to all in it. We celebrate our differences that make us a stronger community who treat each other with respect and dignity in the true spirit of the Jesuit tradition of Cura Personalis

Georgetown actively seeks out and recruits highly talented, motivated students from all walks of life and diverse backgrounds. We invite prospective applicants to learn more about Georgetown’s dynamic, diverse, and talented community of students.

We encourage you to review the various University resources to find out more about the diversity presence on campus. If you have any questions about the student experience, resources, or admissions, please contact the Diversity & Access Team at

Contact Undergraduate Admissions

To contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, call 202-687-3600 or visit the Office of Undergraduate Admissions website.

Contact Graduate Admissions

Applicants seeking graduate admissions information for College departments should contact the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.