Complete the Two-Year Academic Plan

Students should complete this form in the summer before returning to campus for their junior year.


Explore Study Abroad Options

Georgetown believes that study abroad is an integral part of a student’s academic experience. The Office of Global Education offers options for study abroad in 40 countries.

Study Abroad

Ad Astra – Undergraduate McDonough Retreats

Ad Astra: In Pursuit of our Purpose is the signature, overnight retreat experience for undergraduate students of the McDonough School of Business. Hosted by the Undergraduate Program Office and made possible through the generous contributions of alumni, Ad Astra encourages students to find their own north star with the guiding philosophy that a life steeped in meaning yields profound value to those who seek it.

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Visit the Career Development Center

The McDonough Undergraduate Career Development Center supports students in the process of self-discovery, career strategy, leadership development, and network-building to empower them to become principled, impactful, global leaders.

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Alumni Connections

There are many opportunities for McDonough students to connect with alumni who have made great strides within their professional fields. Alumni programming for McDonough undergraduates includes Host a Hoya, a one day job shadow opportunity during school break. Alumni mentoring is also facilitated through HoyaGateway, Georgetown’s internal portal that connects students with alumni all over the globe. Our alumni also host students in connection with the McDonough Career Development Center for DC area “Fridays in the Field” and national “Treks” to their workplaces, introducing students to fellow Hoyas at their companies for informal networking.

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Attend SURF Info Session

Each summer, the McDonough Summer Undergraduate Research Fund (SURF) offers students the opportunity to apply for a grant to conduct research with a Georgetown McDonough professor on a topic of interest. Upon completion of the research project, students present their findings at the McDonough Undergraduate Research Symposium and are prepared to submit their projects to scholarly journals.