BGE Student Life

Welcome to our Georgetown University Biomedical Graduate Education (BGE) community! This page provides you with information that we hope you will find useful as you complete your studies and immerse yourself in our community.

Academic Resources


Web-based learning management system to access course materials.


Student Technology Resources

Technology resources and services are available to our students.

Student Tech

Dahlgren Memorial Library

Dahlgren Memorial Library (DML) at the Medical Center.


The Academic Resource Center

The Academic Resource Center (ARC) provides support to our students.


The Georgetown University Bookstore

Visit our Bookstore to find your textbooks and Georgetown branded apparel.


Office of Global Services

Office of Global Services (OGS) serves our international student community.



Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (ODEI) serves our GUMC community.


Racial Justice Committee for Change

The Racial Justice Committee for Change at GUMC.

Racial Justice Committee

Community & Diversity

Georgetown University’s commitment to Community & Diversity.

Community & Diversity

Veterans Office

The Veterans Office services our military students.

Veterans Office

Career Development

The Office of Career Strategy & Professional Development (CSPD) at BGE provides valuable career resources to our students.


Housing & Transportation

Information on housing and transportation options to and from campus.

Housing & Transportation


Dining Options on Campus

Dining hours and options that you can find on campus.

Dining Hours & Options

Main Campus and Off-Campus Dining

Georgetown University’s main page on dining options on the main campus and off-campus.

Main Dining Options

Student Groups

Medical Center Graduate Student Organization

The Medical Center Graduate Student Organization (MCGSO) promotes BGE student interests, serves as a liaison between the student body, the administration, and the faculty of the University. MCGSO creates outreach, inclusive community building, and academic and professional development opportunities for BGE students.


Women in Science & Education

Georgetown University Women in Science and Education (WISE) aims to raise awareness of bias and gender-specific challenges that exist in science and academia.


Georgetown Graduate Consulting Club

The Georgetown Graduate Consulting Club (GGCC) provides graduate students with resources and guidance to prepare for careers in the consulting industry.

Consulting Club

Graduate Student Government

The Georgetown University Graduate Student Government (GradGov) promotes graduate student interests by offering year-long opportunities for professional, social, and academic development across all graduate school programs.


Study Space

DML Study Spaces

Study spaces must be reserved and are for individual use only (i.e., no group studying is permitted).

DML Study Space Reservation

Graduate Student Spaces

Graduate Student spaces are located in Car Barn.

Car Barn Study Spaces

Main Campus Study Spaces

Students can reserve study spaces in Copley Formal Lounge, Blommer Science Library, Healey Family Center, Lauinger Library, and the Leavey Center.

Main Campus Reservation System

Places + Spaces Blog

Student blogs on Georgetown places and spaces on study spots, best places to go for a run, and other topics.

Places + Spaces Blog

Mental Health & Well-Being

Every Hoya Cares

Every Hoya Cares is a gateway to mental health resources and services offered by the university.

Every Hoya Cares

Student Outreach & Support (SOS)

Non-confidential resource for reporting a concern about a student’s health, safety or wellness. SOS provides holistic support to students in crisis.


Counseling and Psychiatric Service (CAPS)

CAPS counsels students and diagnoses and treats mental disorders. Learn more on the CAPS website, or contact Dr. Jade Sanders at or 202-687-0369.


Student Mental Health Fund

This fund helps students who have been referred by CAPS to community mental health services.

Student Mental Health Fund

Telehealth Services

A list of virtual services including the 24/7/365 HoyaWell service, available at no cost to students.

Telehealth Resources

Black Survivors Coalition Community Providers

These community health providers focus on traditionally marginalized or underserved communities.

Black Survivors Coalition Community Providers

Physical Health & Recreation

Campus Recreation at Yates Field House

Yates Field House is our gym on campus. It offers comprehensive recreational, fitness and wellness programming.

Campus Recreation

Wellness & Safety

The Georgetown Wellness & Safety webpage is a hub for student health, safety and other wellness activities and resources.

Wellness & Safety

HoyaEats Nutrition Program

This program offers nutritional services, including consultations and programming, provided by a registered dietitian.

Nutrition Program

Hoya Hub Food Pantry

The Hoya Hub food pantry at the Leavey Center is stocked with nonperishable food for university community members on an emergency basis.

Food Pantry

Spiritual Accompaniment & Meditation

Campus Ministry

Provides contemplative spaces, religious services and spiritual accompaniment for all religious and non-religious identities. Find Catholic, Protestant, Jewish, Muslim, Orthodox Christian and Dharmic chaplaincies, interfaith programs and more.

Campus Ministry

John Main Center

The John Main Center for Meditation and Inter-religious Dialogue offers daily meditation sessions and special events.

John Main Center

Safety & Reporting

Campus Safety

The Safety & Emergency Preparedness webpage provides you with emergency contacts and safety alert apps.

Campus Safety

Discrimination Resources & Reporting

Resources and how to report discrimination incidents through the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity and Affirmative Action (IDEAA).

Discrimination Reporting

Sexual Misconduct Resources & Reporting

Resources and how to report sexual misconduct incidents to the university.

Sexual Misconduct Reporting

Student Outreach & Support (SOS)

Non-confidential resource for reporting a concern about a student’s health, safety or wellness. SOS provides holistic support to students in crisis.


For other graduate student life resources, please visit the Graduate Student Life Guide.