Biomedical Graduate Education

Health & Wellness

As biomedical scholars, we have a special connection to Georgetown University’s Jesuit tradition of cura personalis: care for the whole person. Our campus provides ample resources to support your physical, mental and spiritual health.

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.

Wellness & Safety

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

Student Health Center

Primary care services available on campus or virtually.

Health Education Services

Free, confidential physical and mental health services such as consultation, referrals and advocacy.

HoyaEats Nutrition Program

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

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.

Mental Health & Wellbeing

Every Hoya Cares: Resources Hub

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

Student Outreach & Support

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

Counseling and Psychiatric Service

CAPS counsels students and diagnoses and treats mental disorders. BGE students may contact Dr. Jade Sanders at (202) 687-0369 or js5048@georgetown.edu.

Student Mental Health Fund

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

Telehealth Services

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

Black Survivors Coalition Community Providers

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

Spiritual Accompaniment & Meditation

Campus Ministry

Contemplative spaces, religious services and spiritual accompaniment for all religious and nonreligious identities. Find Catholic, Protestant, Jewish, Muslim, Orthodox Christian and Dharmic chaplaincies, interfaith programs and more.

John Main Center

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

Safety & Reporting

Campus Safety

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

Discrimination Reporting

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

Sexual Misconduct Reporting

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

Student Outreach & Support

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


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

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