Welcome to Summer Housing at Georgetown University! Working closely with campus partners, we specialize in housing for array of groups including; individuals, students, camps, and conferences. Whether you are interested in hosting an athletic camp or interning on Capitol Hill, Georgetown has accomodations for you.
Below is more information to help you envision your summer stay at Georgetown University.
On a hilltop that overlooks the Potomac River is the college community of Georgetown University. Georgetown University is the oldest Roman Catholic University in the United States and maintains its Jesuit tradition of excellence in education. The University is located amidst a wealth of cultural and social activities in a vibrant, semi-urban atmosphere comprised of several hundred shops, restaurants, nightclubs, theaters and sidewalk cafes.
The Campus is small yet diverse, self-contained community, where your needs can be met for both work and recreation. The campus has many amentities to make your stay more enjoyable including: Libraries, Bookstore, UPS Store, ATM machines, Chapels, Classrooms, Meeting Spaces, Work-out Facilities, and Student Credit Union.
Many of Georgetown's on-campus residential facilities have been fully renovated in the past few years. The air-conditioned accommodations are comfortable, convenient, and economically priced. We offer residential spaces varying in size and layouts meeting many groups desired needs.
Georgetown University is home to apartments, townhouses, cluster, suite and community style residence halls. In order to enter the buildings as conference or summer guest you must swipe a Conference Visitor Card issued at check-in.
All our spaces have free guest WiFi connectivity. Please view our spaces in more detail below.
Individuals may use the University's athletic facility, Yates Field House, which includes courts for basketball, racquetball, handball and squash, a 25-meter swimming pool and diving well, universal weight machines, saunas and a dance room. There are outdoor tennis courts. In addition, the Georgetown neighborhood offers visitors many recreational opportunities ranging from canoeing on the Potomac to biking or running along the historic C&O Canal towpath.
Washington, DC offers a modern, efficient and inexpensive public transportation system that serves the Georgetown community well. The campus shuttle is available from Monday through Friday. Using the shuttle and Metro system or busses a round-trip cost is approximately $3.00 - $5.00 daily traveling within the city. The White House, Capitol Hill, Smithsonian Institution, Kennedy Center, with a wide variety of performing arts programs, and downtown offices are all easily accessible by bus or Metro. Washington's Ronald Reagan National Airport and Union Station are also nearby and can be reached easily by Metro or taxi.
While, we do have visitor lots where parking costs $20 each weekday, there is no on-campus parking. If you are interested in visitor parking please contact Office of Transportation Management (OTM) at https://transportation.georgetown.edu/ .
The Georgetown University Hospital is adjacent to campus for your use in case of emergency or illness.
Students should carry homeowner's or renter's insurance. The University is not responsible for lost or stolen personal belongings.
The Office of Summer and Conference Housing thanks you for your interest in housing at Georgetown University and is here to assist you with your stay!
Preferred contact method is email:
Location: 100/104 Harbin Hall