All Georgetown University graduate students live in off-campus housing. Apartments and shared houses are available for rent in the many diverse and exciting neighborhoods of Washington, Maryland, and Northern Virginia. Most Georgetown students choose to live in neighborhoods close to campus; each one has its own particular character. Some of the most popular student neighborhoods include:
Adams Morgan/U Street
Arlington / Rosslyn (Virginia)
Georgetown University offers two housing search programs during which students may stay in campus dormitories while looking for an apartment. Participants also receive apartment information and can seek advice from the Office of Neighborhood Living.
“Among large metropolitan areas, Washington, D.C., has the highest concentration of Inc. 500 firms...This rise of D.C. high-growth companies is persistent in the last two decades, regardless of party administration.”
The Ascent of America’s High-Growth Companies:
An Analysis of the Geography of Entrepreneurship
Kauffman: The Foundation of Entrepreneurship