Celebrating Our Commitment to Access and Affordability
Georgetown, a leader in creating avenues for educational access and affordability, celebrates its commitment to helping first-generation, high-financial need and other underrepresented students realize their full potential and flourish academically through campus involvement and beyond.
The Community Scholars Program, which began in 1968, is housed within the Center for Multicultural Equity and Access and attracts and supports first-generation, multicultural and other underrepresented college students while providing a transformative experience with lasting impact. Read more about the Community Scholars Program and the students it has supported.
Members of the university community reflect on their experiences with the Community Scholars Program, Georgetown Scholarship Program and First-Generation Faculty and Staff Initiaitive. Read reflections from members of the university community.
Are You a Community Scholar?
The Community Scholars Program is marking its 50th Anniversary. Be a part of the celebration.
Community Scholars Program
The program provides enhanced educational support to a multicultural cohort of first-generation college students who are pursuing the dream of higher education.
American Talent Initiative
Georgetown is a part of an alliance of universities committed to expanding education opportunities and success to students of all socioeconomic backgrounds.
First-Generation Faculty & Staff Initiative
A network of faculty and and staff who identify as first-generation college graduates or allies who work to increase awareness of mentors and resources at the university.
Georgetown Scholarship Program
GSP provides a strong support community through advising, mentorship, financial support, events, job connections and networking opportunities through alumni involvement.
Regents Science Scholars Program
Georgetown aims to strengthen the pipeline of diverse scientists by providing more support, structure and opportunities for underrepresented students and creating an equitable community in which all scientists feel welcomed and valued.