Accessibility Resources for Visitors and Applicants
Find resources visitors and prospective students and employees to make their Georgetown experience more inclusive and accessible.
Applying for Admissions
Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply for admission to Georgetown University academic programs and our Equal Opportunity and Non-Discrimination in Education policy facilitates equal educational opportunities for, and prohibits unlawful discrimination against, applicants with disabilities. Applicants should reach out to the appropriate admissions office for the program to which they are applying to learn about admissions process accommodations and procedures. Those with questions or concerns may contact the university’s Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Affirmative Action (IDEAA).
Applying for a Job
Accommodation Procedures for Applicants: Applicants may request a reasonable accommodation during the hiring process, either with respect to the completion of the application process or with respect to the position that the applicant is seeking.
Commencement is one of the most important occasions for the university to gather, and therefore should be an event fully accessible to all community members and visitors. You can find Commencement accessibility information on the following sites:
Part of being an inclusive community is making our campuses and indoor and outdoor spaces accessible to students, faculty, staff and others who have disabilities so they can participate fully in university activities and events.