Applying to Georgetown University College of Arts & Sciences
Applicants should visit the Office of Undergraduate Admissions website for extensive application information and deadlines. When applying to the College, students choose one of three options:
Undeclared: Students who apply as undeclared majors will select a major at the end of their sophomore year. Students who have a strong interest in languages or sciences are encouraged to apply for those majors.
Faculty of Languages and Linguistics: The Faculty of Languages and Linguistics (FLL) is a unique program within the College with a special commitment to the study of linguistics and languages, literature, and cultures other than English. Majors in the FLL can be combined with any other majors and minors available to College students. Because language acquisition is a long commitment, we ask applicants to indicate their choice of major on their application. Students admitted to the FLL must enroll in a course in the major each semester of the first year.
Science and Mathematics: Students who wish to pursue a major in the sciences should choose their area of interest on their application. The computer science, mathematics, and physics departments offer both Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees. First-year coursework is identical for both degrees, and students will confirm which degree they wish to pursue at the end of their first year.
Students may also choose pre-health studies in addition to any of the options above.
Optional Supplemental Materials: Music, Theater, Dance, and Studio Art
If you wish to submit additional supporting materials, please see the following instructions.
Music: If you have musical talent that you would like to be evaluated along with your application, find specific instructions for submitting additional materials on the Department of Performing Arts website.
Theater: If you think your theatrical ability will help your application, find specific instructions for submitting additional materials on the Department of Performing Arts website.
Dance: If you think your dance ability will help your application, find specific instructions for submitting additional materials on the Department of Performing Arts website.
Studio Art: If you have visual art talent that you would like to have evaluated along with your application, please find specific instructions on the Art and Art History website.
Applicants seeking graduate admissions information for College departments should contact the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
To contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, call 202-687-3600 or visit the Office of Undergraduate Admissions website.