Resources for Current Students
Enhance and Advance
The Enhance and Advance workshop series is for current and graduating McCourt students and set to commence this summer. The workshop series enables participants to gain unique insight into specific aspects of their coursework and build their skills further.
McCourt School Writing Center
The McCourt School Writing Center aims to help students succeed as writers in the McCourt curriculum and as policy professionals.
McCourt School Disability Support Guidelines
Students at the McCourt School who self-identify and provide documentation of a qualifying disability are entitled to receive accommodations during their time at Georgetown University.
The McCourt School of Public Policy and Georgetown University intranet site for students. Class material for enrolled courses as well as current information about degree requirements, resources for thesis and Stata, registration, study abroad, courses, and career resources are accessible to McCourt students via the Canvas site.
The University Registrar’s portal that allows students to view course schedules, submit course registration and drop/add requests, edit biographical and address information, access Student Accounts and billing, view/print unofficial transcripts, and perform a degree audit.
- University Registrar
- Academic Calendar
- Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
- Current student forms (thesis, transfer credit, graduation, LoA, etc.)
- Graduate Bulletin (academic rules and regulations)
- University Disability Support
- University Academic Support
- University Writing Center
McCourt Connects! is a password-protected database of current jobs and internships in the public, private and nonprofit sectors. New opportunities are added daily, so check back regularly.(Login requires Georgetown NetID and password).
Hoya Gateway is a Georgetown University program that directly links students and alumni to help them develop and nurture lasting networking relationships. It facilitates one-on-one career-related conversations, where students can practice interviewing, have resumes reviewed, conduct informational interviews, and broaden their network.