Please note: If you are a student from a D.C. consortium, please follow the attendance recommendation of your home institution when registering for classes. If you have been advised to attend as a consortium student, please follow the instructions below; if you have been advised to attend as a visiting student, please refer to the Visiting Students registration instructions.
Browse our course catalog and select the course(s) you’re interested in taking. Make note of the course names and numbers, which you will need to list on your registration forms.
See your advisor at your home institution to obtain approval of your course selection.
Obtain the necessary consortium registration forms from your home institution’s consortium coordinator, located within your home institution’s Registrar’s Office.
Complete all necessary consortium paperwork and return to your consortium coordinator with all necessary information, including the Georgetown Summer Sessions course names and numbers and any necessary signatures.
Once all Georgetown degree and non-degree seeking students have had the opportunity to register for classes in a given session, consortium registration requests will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Please note that registrations may be processed as late as the first day of class in a given session. If your requested course is closed, you will receive a message from your consortium coordinator notifying you that your registration has been rejected.
If you would like to change your registration, you must contact your consortium coordinator directly.
Request information to find out the latest on the Summer Sessions.
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Guidance Related to COVID-19
Updated Tuesday, May 18th, 2021 at 1:07 PM EDT
If you plan to attend a course in person and have been approved to be on campus, please complete the necessary steps to be compliant with Georgetown’s COVID-19 health and safety requirements and guidelines. For the most up-to-date information visit the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Center.