Other Helpful Resources for Faculty Members
Georgetown has a centralized system for managing human resources, as well as employment-specific and career-specific resources. The links below connect you to some of the relevant resources for the faculty.
- Teaching. The Center for New Designs in Teaching and Scholarship (CNDLS) offers support in teaching and learning and the latest technology for the faculty University wide.
- Research. The University and each of its campuses provides support for research. You are encouraged to explore what your campus has to offer.
- Libraries. Georgetown’s libraries provide preeminent services, collections and spaces, supporting faculty members in their teaching and research endeavors.
- Benefits. The Office of Faculty and Staff Benefits houses information and resources on benefits available to faculty members and their families. The GUWellness initiative offers tools, resources and support to achieve your wellness goals.
- Faculty & Staff Assistance Program. Free, confidential counseling, consultation, and educational services are available to employees and their immediate family members to support a variety of personal and work-related concerns.
- Relocation Information. Resources are available for candidates who are considering relocating to the DC area, including information on housing resources, schools and childcare, transportation and travel, and other information.
- Transportation and Parking. Information is available on the many transportation options, including the free university shuttle system, public transportation, bicycling, carsharing, and other means.
- Safety and Security. Learn more about Georgetown’s integrated approach to safety and security on campus and in the surrounding community, and its coordinated network designed to provide a safe environment.
- Sustainability. Learn more about Georgetown’s commitment to addressing critical sustainability challenges in our local and global communities.
- Diversity & Inclusion. Every faculty member is a part of creating an inclusive academic and work environment at Georgetown. The Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity and Affirmative Action provides a wide range of resources in support of these efforts.
- Office of Compliance and Ethics. It is important to familiarize yourself with the University’s Code of Ethical Conduct. The Office of Compliance and Ethics oversees the Institutional Compliance and Ethics Program and supports and coordinates the many compliance-related activities the University undertakes.
- Office of Research Oversight. Resources are available to support Georgetown’s commitment to ensure that all research activities are conducted in a legally and ethically compliant environment.
Our campus offers ample opportunity to participate in religious events and retreats, enjoy the arts, watch sporting events, and engage in physical exercise and wellness activities.
- Athletics. Community members may attend games and support our students engaged in intercollegiate athletics.
- Art Galleries. The Department of Art & Art History stewards a few galleries and exhibitions on campus, including the De La Cruz Art Gallery, the Spagnuolo Art Gallery, and the Napolitano Exhibition Space. The University Library stewards the University Art Collection and other exhibitions.
- Campus Ministry. Guided by Georgetown’s Catholic and Jesuit tradition and its commitment to interreligious understanding, Georgetown offers a variety of resources to students and faculty of religious and non-religious backgrounds.
- Performances. The Department of Performing Arts and student music ensembles, co-curricular theater groups, dance groups, and other special events offer a full season of performances and events on campus. View events and reserve tickets.
- Recreation Centers. There are two primary recreation and fitness facilities on our campuses, the Scott K. Ginsburg Sport & Fitness Center at the Law Center, and Yates Field House, which serves the Main Campus and Medical Center.