Program areas at Georgetown University
Instruction: the University consists of Georgetown college, Georgetown law center, robert e. mcdonough school of business, school of continuing studies, school of medicine, school of nursing and health studies, the edmund a. walsh school of foreign service, the graduate school of arts and sciences, and the mccourt school of public policy. These schools offer undergraduate and graduate degrees, executive education, advanced professional certificates, custom education, and special programs. During the year ended june 30, 2022, Georgetown University enrolled approximately 20,900 students and awarded 7,161 degrees.
Research: one of the primary objectives of the University is the development of knowledge through basic science, clinical research and other research. During the year ended june 30, 2022, faculty and students participated in over 2,100 research projects in science and other areas.
Academic support: this includes activities that support the University's primary educational and research missions. These activities include academic administration, academic computing support, academic personnel development, course and curriculum development, departmental administration, educational media services, and libraries.
Auxiliary services: various goods and services are provided for the benefit of students, faculty and staff. The primary categories included are banking, bookstores, conference center and hotel, food and vending, mail, parking, printing and graphics, and transportation.
Public service: the University provides community service programs and noninstructional services that are intended to benefit individuals and groups external to the University.
Other program services: includes expenditures for student services that contribute to the emotional and physical well-being and the intellectual, cultural, and social development of students outside the context of the formal instruction program.