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The ARC provides academic support. From accommodations for students with disabilities to advising for student-athletes, services help students to feel included within the University community and to be successful in their academic career.
The Advisory Board for Club Sports oversees the 30 club sports teams at Georgetown University.
The African Society of Georgetown is established for the purpose of highlighting Africa, its people, its culture, and its way of life. Our members dedicate themselves to diversifying thought on campus and heightening cultural sensitivity.
The After School Kids Program seeks to empower adjudicated youth in DC to make positive changes in their lives by challenging them with new learning opportunities and teaching them the necessary skills to successfully meet those challenges.
GU AIDS Coalition seeks to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS and unite students to act in the fight against HIV/AIDS in the Washington, DC area and around the world.
Alpha Phi Omega is a national co-ed community service fraternity. The Mu Alpha chapter was founded at Georgetown in 1956 and has been continuously active ever since. We run a comprehensive service program with over 16 different projects that serve D.C.
Alternative spring break trips are an opportunity to work with domestic or international communities in a week-long service and immersion experience. There is a trip here for you. Apply at http://csj.georgetown.edu/altspringbreak/.
Alumni Square and Townhouses (AST) is a unique and vibrant community for upper class students just outside the front gates. Home to the Muslim Interest Living Community (MILC), Magis Row, and two Chaplains in Residence, AST has an abundance of resources
The Armenian Student Association highlights and celebrates the rich Armenian culture, including its food, people, language, music, and history. By coming together as a group, we hope to foster our appreciation of our Armenian culture and heritage!
AASA hosts a variety of social and cultural events to promote awareness of the Asian and Pacific Islander American (APIA) experience and to celebrate Asian-American heritage. AASA often works with many other student organizations to host these events.