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In addition, the University has graduate schools granting degrees in Arts/Sciences, Foreign Service, Law, and Medicine.
 
In addition, the University has graduate schools granting degrees in Arts/Sciences, Foreign Service, Law, and Medicine.
  
Georgetown has many prominent faculty (among them former Secretary of State [[Madeleine Albright]], and former CIA director [[George Tenet]]) and alumni (including former President [[Bill Clinton]]).
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Georgetown has many prominent faculty (among them former Secretary of State [[Madeleine Albright]], and former CIA director George Tenet) and alumni (including former President [[Bill Clinton]]).
 
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Georgetown University
City: Washington, D.C
Type: Private
Sports: baseball, basketball, crew, football, golf, lacrosse, sailing, soccer, swimming, tennis, track, field hockey, softball, volleyball[1]
Colors: blue and gray
Mascot: Hoyas
Website: http://www.georgetown.edu/
Georgetown 2.jpg

Georgetown University is a University run by the Jesuit order located in Washington, D.C. The University was founded in 1789 by John Carroll.

Georgetown University has four undergraduate schools:

  • College of Arts and Sciences
  • School of Foreign Service
  • School of Nursing and Health Studies
  • School of Business

In addition, the University has graduate schools granting degrees in Arts/Sciences, Foreign Service, Law, and Medicine.

Georgetown has many prominent faculty (among them former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, and former CIA director George Tenet) and alumni (including former President Bill Clinton).

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