Georgetown University is planning for the future of our campus.
Guided by our academic leadership and an emerging vision for the future of the university, Georgetown is engaged in a comprehensive master planning process to ensure the university has physical spaces that support future academic programs and a vibrant living and learning community on the Main Campus.
Through this process, Georgetown is engaging its community to plan for future academic spaces, recreational facilities, green space, student residences, transportation solutions, and the best use of our existing buildings.
Already you can see signs of progress toward new and improved living and learning spaces--essential components of the student experience. Ryan Hall and Freedom Hall were renovated and opened as new undergraduate living space in Fall 2015. The Healey Family Student Center opened in Fall 2014 as a new hub of student life. Construction is underway on the Northeast Triangle Residence Hall and the Thompson Athletic Center.
The participation of the entire Georgetown community – students, faculty, staff, alumni and neighbors – is essential to achieving our shared vision. We encourage you to engage in the process and learn more about master planning.