Additional Campus Resources
The Office of Global Services, located in Suite 210, Car Barn, provides immigration advising as well as cultural adjustment support for international students in F-1 and J-1 status. As an international student, it is your responsibility to understand Department of Homeland Security regulations governing your immigration status. The international student advisors in the Office of Global Services are your primary resource for educating yourself about your rights and responsibilities as an international student. If you have questions about your immigration status, F-1 or J-1 regulations, cultural adjustment, or resources available to you as an international student, you can visit an international student advisor at the Office of Global Services during walk-in hours or by scheduling an appointment.
Career Centers at Georgetown University
The Cawley Career Education Center and other university career centers offer support for any Georgetown students considering jobs, internships, or an overall career direction. If you are a graduate student, you may have your own primary career centers.
- Biomedical Graduate Education (BGE) Office of Career Strategy and Professional Development
- Graduate Career Center
- MBA Career Center
- McCourt Career Center
- School of Continuing Studies
- SFS Graduate Career Center
Student Employment Office
You are eligible to work on campus while attending classes and this work does not need to be related to your field of study. Benefits include gaining work experience to add to your resume, earning money, meeting new people, and a means to get letters of recommendation. Work may include research for a professor or institute, tech support, working as a barista, a swim instructor, and many more! Have a look at the student employment website for opportunities.
The Writing Center, located in Lauinger Library, offers free tutoring sessions for Georgetown students who want to improve their academic or professional writing. Tutors at the Writing Center are trained to support second-language writers and their appointments can be a helpful supplement to the career center’s drop-ins as you work on your application documents.