Get Started at Georgetown

A good college visit is like a movie preview: a brief hint of the experience you will have as a Georgetown College student.

You will experience the close ties with strong Christian faculty and staff that will make your education transformational, the personalized care that will make your education delightful, and the passion to change the world that will make your education meaningful.

There are many different ways to experience Georgetown College, but one is imperative: visit! You cannot know if a college is right for you until you walk its sidewalks, eat in its cafeteria, and talk to its current students! Take advantage of one or all of the following opportunities.

Individual Visit

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Visit during the week! If you are a current sophomore, junior, or senior student and are interested in experiencing Georgetown's campus in an interactive way, a daily tour is a great choice for you. A daily tour includes a meeting with an Admissions Counselor as well as a campus tour. Your tour will be filled with personal stories and insight from a current student guide, and will include a chance to sit down with a faculty member in your intended area of study (please register at least two days in advance so that we can schedule your faculty visit). We are excited to have you on campus!

Future Tiger Fridays

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Future Tiger Fridays are specially designed group visit days. You will experience the Orange and Black Fair, where you can meet our faculty and explore possible future majors, and sit in on a college class with other current GC students while your parents and/or guests sit in a financial planning session. At the end of the day there will be a complimentary lunch in the cafeteria and walking tours of campus, including the residence halls.

High School & Group Visits

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If you are part of an organization or high school that would like to bring a group of students to campus for a presentation and tour of campus, this is the option for you. Visitors will be treated to a campus tour, presentation, and question and answer session with an admission counselor. This is available for grades 6-12.

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