If you are admitted, you will receive an acceptance email and directions for obtaining your NetID and password. You will receive a separate email with instructions on how to register for classes online through MyAccess. See Registration Process for more information.
You will be notified of your admission decision via email starting in mid-January.
Summer Sessions courses are open to the following individuals:
Newly admitted or continuing undergraduate and graduate students in good standing at Georgetown.
Undergraduate and graduate students in good standing at other colleges and universities, with the submission of application and official transcript(s). Good standing is defined as having a 2.00 minimum GPA ("C" average) at the undergraduate level or a 3.00 GPA ("B" average) at the graduate level.
High school students, recommended by their principals or guidance counselors, who will have completed at least their freshman year with a "B" average or better at the time of enrollment, and whose high school program applications are approved by the associate dean of Georgetown Summer Sessions.
International students who can provide evidence of a minimum TOEFL score of 550 (paper-based test), 225 (computer-based test), 90 (iBT), or a minimum IELTS score of 7.0. English can only be considered the native language if it is the only official language of the applicant's home country and the primary language spoken in the applicant's home. Please see the For International Students section for more information.
Individuals whose educational background and experience qualify them for the courses they wish to take, with the submission of application and official transcript(s).
Please note: Any student who has been suspended or dismissed from, and not formally readmitted to, any school within Georgetown may not register without the written permission of his/her former dean.
Please note: Acceptance to Georgetown Summer Sessions does not constitute or imply acceptance as a degree candidate in any school or division of Georgetown University.
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