Housing & Transportation
Welcome to Biomedical Graduate Education at Georgetown University! We hope this page will be useful to you as you navigate through Georgetown and the city.
Many students live in the neighborhoods surrounding the main Georgetown campus or nearby in D.C., Maryland and Virginia. Use the resources below to begin your housing search, and contact Georgetown’s Office of Neighborhood Life for assistance at email@example.com.
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University graduate housing at 55 H St. NW
Living in D.C.
Culture, events and opportunities in the District
There are many options for getting to campus. Public transportation (Metrobus, Metrorail and the DC Circulator bus) is recommended due to traffic congestion. The Georgetown University Transportation Shuttle (GUTS) offers free transit from the Metrorail stations at Dupont Circle (Red Line) and Rosslyn (Blue and Orange lines) to campus. If you live in Maryland or Virginia, the Maryland Transit Authority (MTA) or Arlington Transit (ART) systems may serve you.
Getting to Campus
Ways to get to and from campus
Getting Around D.C.
Shuttles, public transit, biking and rideshares
Campus Map & Virtual Tour
Download a campus map or use the interactive campus map, and take the interactive virtual tour to see what Georgetown has to offer.