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Academic Resource Center (ARC)

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.

Active Minds at Georgetown University (Active Minds GU)

Active Minds is an organization dedicated to destigmatizing issues surrounding mental health through the promotion of an open, genuine dialogue on the subject at Georgetown.

Actively Moving Forward (Students of AMF)

AMF at Georgetown is an organization for the purpose of supporting students grieving the illness or death of a loved one and providing opportunities for the entire campus community to volunteer and participate in events meant for awareness and support.

Advisory Board for Club Sports (ABCS)

The Advisory Board for Club Sports oversees the 30+ club sports teams at Georgetown University.

African Society of Georgetown (ASG)

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.

After School Kids Program (ASK Program)

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.

Alexander Hamilton Society (AHS)

The Alexander Hamilton Society is a non-partisan and student-led foreign affairs organization, and the Georgetown Chapter is one of over 50+ university and professional chapters nation-wide.

Alpha Phi Omega (APO)

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 12 different projects that serve D.C

Alternative Breaks Program (ABP)

ABP gives students the opportunity to spend their spring break exploring issues of social justice through service, immersion, and reflection on a diverse array of trips throughout the country, providing tools for a lasting commitment to a better world.

Amnesty International (AI)

AI at Georgetown is committed to promoting equality and basic and innate rights and freedoms for all human beings. We will fight on a global scale to curb human rights abuses and protect prisoners of conscience while petitioning for their freedom.

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