Biomedical Graduate Education

Community

As a Biomedical Graduate Education student, you have a welcoming home and a vibrant community of scholars on the Georgetown campus. Whether you’re studying in person or remotely, there are many ways to engage with your peers and make the most of your time as a graduate student.

Student Organizations

Medical Center Graduate Student Organization

MCGSO promotes BGE student interests, organizes community-building events and professional development opportunities, and serves as a liaison to the administration and faculty.

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.

Graduate Student Government

The Georgetown University Graduate Student Government (GradGov) offers opportunities for professional, social and academic development across all graduate school programs.

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Study Spaces

Dahlgren Memorial Library

Study spaces in GUMC’s graduate health and life sciences research library must be reserved and are for individual use only — no group studying.

Graduate Student Spaces

Lounges, carrels and group study rooms are available in the Car Barn, Healy Family Student Center and Lauinger Library.

Library Study Rooms

Many individual and group study rooms are available in the Lauinger Library and Blommer Science Library.

Places + Spaces Blog

Georgetown students reveal the best study spots, running routes and other attractions on campus and around D.C.

Dining

On-Campus Dining

Campus eateries, snack sources and student meal plan options.

Hoya Hub Food Pantry

The food pantry at the Leavey Center is stocked with nonperishables.

Housing and Transportation in D.C.

Visit our Housing & Transportation page to browse off-campus apartments, D.C. attractions, and options for getting to campus and around the city.

Housing & Transportation

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