Building a Diverse Community

Georgetown College is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive community by respecting and appreciating individual differences and commonalities.

Diversity creates a holistic learning environment that prepares our students to be empowered, informed and responsible citizens for our local and global communities.

Our goal is to provide diverse educational opportunities for all students through a quality higher education experience at Georgetown College.


The Georgetown College community strives to be an academically superior, Christ-centered institution that seeks knowledge in a culture of inclusiveness and respect, resulting in the celebration of global learning.


Bishop Scholars ProgramBishop Scholars Program

The Bishop Scholars Program provides students, who are descendants of Bishop Alumni, the opportunity to represent Bishop College. The program awards 4-year scholarships to the scholars while giving Bishop Alumni the opportunity to keep the name of Bishop College alive.

“Pull-Through” Scholarships

Georgetown College is partnering with two local churches to provide “Pull-Through” Scholarships to young males entering the 6th grade. Upon entrance into the program, scholars will participate in academic programs administered by the partnering churches for six years. The program’s goal is to give underrepresented children better financial access to college and to “pull-through” students from middle school to become college graduates.

Entrepreneur & Mentorship Program

The EMP is a program created for students who have a strong interest in entrepreneurship. The goal is to help students understand how to build and operate a successful business while becoming proficient in investment opportunities. Through program participation, students are assigned a mentor – an experienced entrepreneur – who will give guidance regarding the program and the world of entrepreneurship.

Each school year, Georgetown accepts a maximum of ten students into the Entrepreneur & Mentorship Program, which requires a four-year commitment starting at the freshmen year so he/she will benefit fully from the program.


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