COUNSELING & PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES (CAPS)
CAPS provides a broad range of confidential psychological and psychiatric services to undergraduate, graduate, medical and law students at Georgetown University for a variety of student concerns and issues.
For initial visits to CAPS, call or walk in during business hours.
Phone: (202) 687-6985
Ask to speak with the Intake Coordinator to make an appointment.
For emergency consults after hours, use the information below.
Phone: (202) 444-7243
Ask for the on call CAPS clinician.
For more information, visit: https://studenthealth.georgetown.edu/mental-health.
The Writing Center offers free peer tutoring to all enrolled students. Tutors are trained graduate and undergraduate students who will help students improve their own critical thinking, revision, and editing skills. They are not there to proofread papers for students, but to enhance the writing process.
Location: Lauinger Library 217A
Appointments: Go to http://writingcenter.georgetown.edu to schedule an appointment with a writing consultant.
ECONOMICS TUTORING FOR ECON-001/002/003
The School of Foreign Service and Department of Economics offers free peer tutoring services from Sunday to Wednesday from 8-10pm in ICC 105 and ICC 107 to students in Econ-001, Econ-002, and Econ-003.
MATH ASSISTANCE CENTER
The Math Assistance Center offers free tutoring services for Advanced Algebra, Analysis I, Calculus I, Calculus II, Linear Algebra, Multivariable Calculus, Ordinary Differential Equations, and Probability and Statistics.
When: Sunday thru Thursday from 6:00-10:00pm
Where: St. Mary's G-37, Ground Floor
** Special Note: St. Mary's Hall requires GoCard access Sundays all day and weekdays after 8:00pm. In the event that your GoCard is not working, please enter the building through the St. Mary's computer lab, which is open to all students 24/7. You can access the lab through the Darnell loading dock area, located between St. Mary's and the GoCard office. **
NHS ACADEMIC SUPPORT
The School of Nursing & Health Studies (NHS) provides academic support in the form of group review sessions by Academic Mentors to supplement individual studying for the following courses:
- Human Biology I (HSCI 101)
- Human Biology II (HSCI 102)
- Biochemistry and Human Functioning (HSCI 111)
- Pathophysiology (HSCI 202)
Multiple hour-long sections are offered each week to reinforce course material, promote collaboration, & assist in exam prep. Students enrolled in these courses will receive an email from the Lead Academic Mentors during the first week of class with specific information on dates, times and locations.
CHEMISTRY DROP-IN TUTORING
Undergraduate tutors (i.e. recent alumni of the course) are available through the Chemistry Club to help anyone taking General Chemistry or Organic Chemistry.
When: Every Wednesday and Sunday nights from 8-10PM during the school year
Where: Regents Hall 353
*On Sundays before General Chemistry or Organic Chemistry exams, tutors are available from 7:00-10:00 PM.
In addition, the Chemistry department’s main office keeps a list of experienced private tutors. Contact Ms. Valencia Boyd (Reiss 240, firstname.lastname@example.org) for a list.