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based on 49 reviews
  • CZ from VA

    This really depends on the individual and what kind of learning you feel is most valuable. Academically speaking, obviously if you choose to slack off and focus on socializing, you might not do so hot even if your classes are awesome. For the most… more read full review

    This really depends on the individual and what kind of learning you feel is most valuable. Academically speaking, obviously if you choose to slack off and focus on socializing, you might not do so hot even if your classes are awesome. For the most part, like any other school, there are easy and hard classes. Most of my professors so far have been enjoyable & interesting and the classes have definitely expanded my knowledge about the subject. The key is to balance your required classes with your electives. That way you can make sure you get your required courses out of the way in time for you to enjoy some fun classes in your junior & senior year. In a different manner of learning, I guarantee that you will learn much about life being here. You'll definitely get to understand people and the real world more once you live here. Not only do you have to learn how to adjust living in a close-knit community (not to mention, a roommate everyday) you also have to learn how to live on your own, away from home. Also, Georgetown has great school spirit so learning the history of your school and everything about it is a must! To sum it all up, Georgetown has a great balance of academics and fun. read full review

  • Georgetown class of '13

    As a top U., Georgetown requires its students to work hard and there is a lot of reading involved, particularly in the liberal arts core classes. However, life at the U. is not all work and no play. Georgetown has a strong, but very optional, party… more read full review

    As a top University, Georgetown requires its students to work hard and there is a lot of reading involved, particularly in the liberal arts core classes. However, life at the University is not all work and no play. Georgetown has a strong, but very optional, party scene. If you want to go out on the weekend or in the evening there is plenty to do but the campus is not soaked in alcohol like many state schools. The campus is absolutely beautiful and just outside the gates is Washington, DC and the Georgetown neighborhood brimming with great shopping, entertainment, dining, and nightlife. Besides the locational factors, the atmosphere at Georgetown makes it a wonderful place to be. The students are active and engaged in their community. They are social and accepting. All of these factors combine to make it a place where anyone can feel happy and at home. read full review

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