Georgetown College is a small, residential, co-educational liberal arts college distinguished by a combination of respected, rigorous undergraduate and graduate programs, an array of opportunities for involvement and leadership, a commitment to Christian values and its distinctive heritage. This provides an environment for intellectual, spiritual and social growth.
Through a broad undergraduate program and focused graduate program, the curriculum offers a foundation for shaping informed thought and action in order to prepare students for their place in society. Georgetown College seeks persons committed to supporting its mission and to realizing their full potential in this community of learners.
Georgetown College, a Carnegie Baccalaureate (Liberal Arts) I institution founded in 1829, is a private, coeducational, liberal arts college, historically related to the Kentucky Baptist Convention. The College has a reputation for rich traditions, high ideals and academic excellence in its undergraduate and graduate programs. On a primarily residential campus, it provides more than 1,300 undergraduate students with opportunities for excellence in intellectual, spiritual, cultural, social, and physical achievement within a Christian community. In return, Georgetown College expects from its students their finest efforts. Within the framework of the Christian faith, the Georgetown experience includes meaningful student life activities and seeks to expose students to many diverse points of view. The College community is dedicated to discovering ways in which Christian men and women can live, work, and serve most effectively in contemporary society.