The McCourt School offers a thriving ecosystem of student organizations, from student government to organizations whose interest areas focus on specific policy issues or regions of the world.
The McCourt School values our students being engaged in the local, national, and global communities. Our experiential learning programs allow our students to take classroom theory and apply it to real-life challenges.
The McCourt School has a variety of opportunities for students to interact and work with faculty and conduct research, helping to develop potential policy solutions and participate at the cutting edge of key policy debates.
Meet our Students
The people I have met and the voices I heard from such diverse backgrounds inspired me to pursue a career to shape policies that can impact their lives.
The best part of my experience thus far has been the diverse group of perspectives I am surrounded by and how we’ve been able to create a safe space to challenge one another and enrich our own approaches to identifying and discussing policy solutions.
I love GU politics’ fellowship program. I get to listen to and speak to remarkable figures in public service in the United States, which is critical to understanding how international policies are made.
Opportunities at Georgetown
Georgetown is a leading research university with a heart. McCourt students have a variety of opportunities to engage in the diverse community devoted to social justice and connect with other students, staff, and faculty across campus.
Life in Washington, DC
With professional and cultural opportunities abound, our location in our nation’s capital gives students unprecedented access all DC has to offer.
Resources for Current Students
McCourt School faculty and staff are fully committed to the success of our students. Learn more about the resources available to help McCourt School students thrive on the Hilltop.