Current Students

We offer a variety of services and resources to help you excel in your academic program and take advantage of everything Georgetown has to offer.

October 11: Student Research Day 2023

GUMC Ph.D. students are invited to share their research on October 11 in oral and poster presentations. All of our students, faculty and postdocs are encouraged to attend!

New Students

From accepting your offer through orientation, get started at Biomedical Graduate Education.


Register for classes, find important forms and regulations, and check important deadlines.

Graduating Students

Complete your studies and be recognized with your class at Commencement.

Student Finances

Manage your financial account, and find scholarships and other opportunities.


Outside of the classroom, connect with your peers and enjoy Georgetown’s campus and Washington, D.C.

Health & Wellness

Take care of your physical, mental and spiritual health during your studies. Crisis support is also available.

International Students

Get information from BGE’s International Student FAQ, or visit the Georgetown University Office of Global Services (OGS) for guidance, including When to Contact OGS.

Military-Connected Students

Support for military-connected BGE students includes funding opportunities and assistance. You may also use the services of the Georgetown University Military and Veterans’ Resource Center.

Undocumented Students

Georgetown University’s Undocumented Student Resources website provides information and guidance on financial and legal aid, career education, campus and community organizations, and other supports.

Descendant Students

Georgetown University engages with Descendants – people whose ancestors were enslaved on Maryland Jesuit plantations. We encourage you to learn about the Reconciliation Fund for community-based projects, in keeping with our reflection on slavery, memory, and reconciliation.

COVID-19 Resources

Vaccination: Georgetown strongly encourages but no longer requires students, faculty or staff to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Health professional students who have clinical placements with affiliated organizations (e.g., MedStar Health) still need to comply with their associated immunization requirements, including for COVID-19. We strongly recommend that all community members stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines and receive the latest booster or any new dose that becomes available and recommended by the CDC moving forward.

Testing: Free antigen and PCR testing for COVID-19 continues to be available to all community members as needed.

Masks: Wearing a mask is optional in university-owned and operated buildings and on university-sponsored public transportation (e.g., GUTS), as well as in university health facilities (e.g., Student Health Center) unless otherwise instructed by a clinician.

Visit the Coronavirus Resource Center for more information.

Academic Calendar

Consult the academic calendar for add/drop deadlines, exams, holidays and other important dates. All BGE programs follow the Main Campus academic calendar, except for the Special Master’s Program and the M.S. in Physiology (GeorgeSquared), which list their own calendars on their websites.

A Diverse Community

Explore our programs and resources dedicated to supporting students of all backgrounds.

Equity, Diversity & Inclusion at BGE

Meet Our Students

As a BGE student, you’re part of a community of dedicated and diligent scholars. Read about some of our outstanding students and alumni.

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