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By the Numbers

3,400+

Undergraduates

The College has the largest number of undergraduate students at the university at 3,455 (as of March 2019).

522

Faculty

Number of faculty at the College who teach, do research, and help encourage the evolution of students’ minds the minds and create an impact on the world.

100,000+

Degree combinations

There are over 100,000 combinations of degree programs for students in the College. With 43 majors, 55 minors, and seven certificates available, students can create their own custom educational experience.

38

Departments and Programs

Total number of departments and interdisciplinary programs in the College that run the gamut in subject areas from African American Studies to Women’s and Gender Studies.

The Georgetown Difference

Vice Dean of Faculty and Associate Professor of Government, David Edelstein breaks down his thoughts on US-China relations.
Peri Beckerman (C’20) talks about her research opportunity that took her to Zambia.

Latest College News

Linguistics Team Wins Competition, Professor Receives Accolades

December 7th, 2021

A team of Ph.D. students representing the Department of Linguistics Corpling Lab won top marks in all five categories of DISRPT 2021, a recurring computational linguistics competition. The competition invites teams from around the world to build out and improve computational models that decode human discourse, which includes identifying meaningful portions of the text, detecting cue words and identifying the relationships between segments.

graphic of topographic lines with a map and location dot that says "Mapping Peace Education"

JUPS Students Contribute to Global Research Initiative on Mapping Peace Education

December 6th, 2021

“Mapping Peace Education,” an online tool and publication analyzing global peace education efforts, is a new research initiative of the Global Campaign for Peace Education and several leading organizations engaged in peace education research and practice. This dynamic resource is designed to support the development of contextually relevant and evidence-based peace education through data and analysis on global formal and non-formal peace education efforts with the end goal of transforming conflict, war and violence.