Housing and Travel
We will in every way do our best to accommodate you and your group with housing for the Conference.
Free housing is available on campus for visiting students. Click here to access the housing request form. This housing is granted on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please contact the Conference Hospitality Coordinator with any questions you might have.
Otherwise, we recommend booking rooms at the Georgetown University Hotel and Conference Center.
Georgetown University provides a complimentary shuttle service – Georgetown University Transportation Service (GUTS) from both the DuPont Circle and Rosslyn metro stops. The shuttle begins operating at 6:15 a.m., runs every 10 minutes and will drop you off on the campus by McDonough Memorial Gymnasium, a few minutes' walk from the Hotel and Conference Center. Allow a minimum of 20 minutes to reach the Center from either of the Metro stops.
From DuPont Circle: Use the Q Street exit. Exit via the escalator. At the top of the escalator, turn left and cross 20th Street. Turn left, walk down 20th Street, and take the first right onto Massachusetts Avenue. There is no sign for the stop, but the shuttle will stop on Massachusetts just past 20th Street. Wait near the green fire hydrant.
From Rosslyn: Take the escalator out the only exit from the Rosslyn station. Turn right at the top of the escalator and walk toward the street. When you get to the street (N. Moore Street), turn left. Cross 19th Street and you will see a sign for the Georgetown University Shuttle. The stop is at the intersection of N. Moore and 19th.
A limited number of daily parking spaces are available in the Southwest Parking Garage and can be reached by entering campus from Canal Road. There is a $3 hourly and a $20 daily parking rate. More information about parking and traveling to Georgetown can be found here.
Washington, DC has three primary airports: Reagan National (DCA), Dulles International (IAD), and Baltimore-Washington International (BWI). Reagan National is the closest to the city center, followed by Dulles (which is about 26 miles from DC), followed by BWI (which is about 32 miles from the city center). Student and group airfares can be found online at Student Universe or STA Travel. Super Shuttle provides door-to-door van services from all of these airports, or you can take the metro.
To get to Georgetown University from Reagan National, take a Blue Line metro in the direction of Largo Town Center and get off at Rosslyn. Then, come out of the station and take a cab across the river to Georgetown.
To get to Georgetown University from Dulles International, take the 5A Express Metrobus from bus stop 2E (on the ground transportation level of the airport) to the Rosslyn stop. Then, take a cab across the river to Georgetown.
To get to Georgetown University from BWI, you can take an Amtrak train to Washington-Union Station and follow the directions below.
Amtrak serves Washington at Washington-Union Station. If you’re travelling from the Northeast, take advantage of a special offer from Amtrak that offers reductions for groups. Student Advantage also offers a 15% discount for members on all Amtrak trains except Acela.
To get to Georgetown University from Union Station, take a Red Line metro in the direction of Shady Grove to DuPont Circle. From there, walk to the NE corner of 20th and P Sts. where you can catch the G2 Metrobus direct to Georgetown University.
Greyhound and a number of other bus services serve Washington, DC at the Greyhound Terminal at Union Station.
Various independent bus companies also offer discount services from the Chinatown neighborhood of New York City to Washington, DC. Megabus also offers reasonable services to and from downtown DC.
To get to Georgetown University from Union Station, take a Red Line metro in the direction of Shady Grove to DuPont Circle. From there, walk to the NE corner of 20th and P Streets, where you can catch the G2 Metrobus direct to Georgetown University at the 37th & O Streets stop.
Georgetown University is accessible by interstate I-95 from points north and south, by interstate I-66 from points west, and by interstate I-270 from points northwest. Use MapQuest to plot the best route from your school.