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GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY CLUB SPORTS/FACEBOOK | The CAB Fair serves as a showcase for many students looking to find the clubs they hope to call home on campus, with many clubs showing up to attract new sign-ups. Recently, CAB Fair 2.0 launched, which features only clubs with open membership.

Campus Clubs Form Integral Part of Student Culture

When Georgetown students introduce themselves on campus, a laundry list of identifiers ensues: name, school, year, major, maybe hometown and then extracurriculars. At Georgetown, club involvement can determine friendships, social involvement and perception on campus. This emphasis on involvement in often application-based, seemingly exclusive extracurriculars has led to the emergence[Read More…]

by April 12, 2019 0 comments Club Issue, Guide - Top, The Guide
The College, School of Foreign Service and the School of Nursing and Health Studies received a slight increase in applications.

Regular Applications Rise Slightly for 2020

Regular decision applications rose by 2.46 percent this year, increasing from 19,478 for the Class of 2019 to 19,958 for the Class of 2020. The slight increase marks a departure from the stable number of applicants over the past few years. This is the second-largest pool of regular applications the[Read More…]

by February 9, 2016 0 comments City News, News, News - Top
The Corp and GUASFCU collectively received more than 600 applications this fall hiring season. The Corp’s acceptance rate remained relatively the same as last year at about 18 percent while GUASFCU accepted about nine percent of its applicants.

Corp, GUASFCU Receive More Than 600 Apps

Students of Georgetown, Inc. and the Georgetown University Alumni and Student Federal Credit Union collectively hired more than 100 students in a record-breaking fall application season. Both organizations saw large application pools and competitive acceptance rates. The Corp received a record-breaking 460 applicants, more than any other time in its[Read More…]

by September 25, 2015 2 comments Business, Business - Top

What Would You Do for Your Dream School?

While enjoying a Thursday night out in Virginia with my friends on Easter Break, I got a text that transported me back to that horrible time last year, “So it turns out I won’t have to decide which college I want to attend. I don’t have a choice.” April is[Read More…]

by April 5, 2015 1 comment Chatter, Opinion, Opinion - Top

Fueling a Fervor for the Arts

I am fairly certain that I got into Georgetown because of my experience as an actor. When I sat down with my school guidance counselor to go over the details of my application to Georgetown, I vividly recall his eyebrows arching as he read over the details of my work[Read More…]

by April 15, 2014 0 comments Commentary, Opinion, Opinion - Top

Digital Decisions

As Georgetown continues its push to become more tech savvy, the university should consider developing an online application to match. Although Georgetown abstains from the Common Application in order to encourage only truly interested students to apply, its own online application — reminiscent of early 1990s HTML — is dismally rudimentary and[Read More…]

by April 5, 2013 0 comments Opinion
A Black Spot on Blue & Gray

A Black Spot on Blue & Gray

If you happened to have walked past Red Square on Tuesday morning, you would have noticed the line of students stretching from White-Gravenor patio to the amphitheater attached to the Intercultural Center. This group of students, stretched out 200 feet in the frigid cold, was waiting in hopes of being hired by[Read More…]

by February 1, 2013 0 comments Opinion
Tutoring Programs See Increase in Applicants

Tutoring Programs See Increase in Applicants

Center for Social Justice tutoring groups D.C. Reads and the D.C. Schools Project have both seen a surge in interest this semester, according to organization leaders. D.C. Reads and D.C. Schools are volunteer-based, student-run organizations that send Georgetown students to tutor in underserved local schools. Both incorporate one-on-one elementary school tutoring and middle[Read More…]

by September 11, 2012 0 comments Campus News, News
Apply to be a GUIDE Cartoonist or Columnist

Apply to be a GUIDE Cartoonist or Columnist

The Hoya guide is now accepting applications for columnists and cartoonists for the Fall 2012 semester. Do you love cooking (or eating)? Want to share your favorite books, movies or television shows? Have embarrassing stories or useful advice? Whatever your passion is, whatever you want to say: Apply to be a[Read More…]

by August 3, 2012 0 comments The Guide

Yield Hits 47% in Return to Norm

Georgetown saw a 47 percent yield rate for the 2012 admissions cycle, a 1.5 percent drop from last year’s record high of 48.5 percent. Of 3,317 accepted students, about 1,565 have submitted deposits to secure a their spot in the Class of 2016. While the Office of Undergraduate Admissions is[Read More…]

by May 20, 2012 0 comments News