Tour of georgetown college
Virtual Tours by Students
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There are also a lot of like rooms that we have classes in, but also a lot of really good study spaces. We also have the wardroom, which is used for a lot of meetings and the now classes because of the wonderful space that we have in just the social distancing that can happen there. Those air students that have been in the classes that you've been in and they can really help you adjust to that college level of writing. That's all run by student professionals that have been in your classes, that air super willing to tutor you. That's also an on campus job, along with the writing center. Being a liberal arts college, we do require that we have proficiency in the language. It's nothing to get stressed out over because we do have the student professionals and professors that are willing and ready to work with you on our second floor we have. All of our resource is we have books, we have TV. We have TV shows, movies and DVDs that you can like check out, um, at your convenience. We also have study rooms up there, um, that just have, like a desk, a chair, a white board and the TV. Anything that you would need to study on just really grind out some work. Then we have a third floor that has more classrooms and more study spaces up there, and then so around the corner, on the backside of our library is our Mulberry Cafe that is a full functioning Starbucks cafe. It's got a really good vibe, like a really nice porch as well. Eso We have a lot of late night study sessions in here. We're meeting a group to study or work on projects, but in here is one of my most frequent classroom buildings. You can tell that it's pretty large for smaller sighs college, but it fits about 50 people in terms of like how many chairs air in here. Our classes normally cap in about 20 or 25 I've had classes, is small, is 10, but my average would probably be, like 15 or 20. Love obviously practices in here with all these beautiful instruments. Uh, that is the ministry that's been here for multiple years now. We also have a lot of our meetings for our on campus ministries for women, New R and Delight also meet in here and F c A and campus outreach as well. We need to come in here and read or even, like, learn how to play an instrument or kind of practice that. Downstairs is also a lot of like classrooms for religion. A lot of humanities classes are also down here is well upstairs in our auditorium. We have a lot of classes up there just because of the able amount of space for social distancing. Um, you need 48 of those credits to graduate, but not a number to stress out over at all. I think I have, like, a third of mine done, and I've only been here for, like, a few months there things that you would already go to. Faith is not forced on campus at all, but it is a great place to grow in your faith. On the chapel is a beautiful space that I also love to study in. We have a lot of Georgetown traditions up there as well. We're seeing, like also Christmas carols and our campus minister, Brian Langlands. There's a lot going on in this building s O over there. That's a full functioning mailroom that you can ship. When you're a freshman here in Georgetown, you get a combo that lost you all four years and you can check your mail there. The bridge between administration and students here on campus. Um, they are the group of people that really speak on our behalf because administration really wants to know how they can make Georgetown home for all different types of people. Printing is completely free on campus way also have a full functioning radio station. I would definitely recommend that if you're interested in working in college, definitely work at your university because no one's gonna understand that you're a college student. More than the people that see you in class every day and studying. All of my jobs were completely framed around my study schedule and my class schedule, so that's been super helpful to me. Thing is, our meeting house, this is our center for career and calling on campus. So you're if you're interested in going to grad school after college, um, they will hook you wanna go into for you to shadow and to mentor until I get to know eso That's a really good facility we have on campus that's completely free to students. They also are more than happy to connect you with internships and, um, lots of different opportunities to kind of grow and what you want to do after college and not just wait until after college to start that, but to be able to start it here on.