Campus & Strategic Planning

  • Leo O’Donovan Dining Hall

    Leo O’Donovan Dining Hall

    Leo's will be renovated this summer beginning May 22.

    Leo's Learn More
  • Barnes & Noble

    Barnes & Noble

    The Corp will relocate Uncommon Grounds to the second level of the bookstore, operating the bookstore coffee shop with a performance space and outdoor seating.

    Bookstore Renovation Impacts
  • Existing Conditions

    Student Life Corridor

    At the heart of campus, Tondorf Road would feature a new residence with apartments, a new academic and research building, meeting space, individual and group study space, retail, event space and social space.

    Student Life Corridor
  • Future Student Life Corridor


    Georgetown's master plan envisions a more vibrant living and learning community that strengthens the student experience and better integrates residential, social, and academic life.

  • Pedro Arrupe, S.J. Hall

    Pedro Arrupe, S.J. Hall

    Pedro Arrupe, S.J. Residence Hall is an 8-story building with suite-style housing for 225 students. Featuring a green roof and other sustainable designs, the building will be the first newly constructed LEED-certified residence hall on campus.

    Pedro Arrupe Hall


Campus & Strategic Planning provides analyses and context for decision making about the allocation of facilities resources in support of Georgetown University’s academic mission, research and campus life. Campus & Strategic Planning  supports the University’s master planning and campus planning, leads capital improvement planning, and is responsible for overseeing projects from initiation to implementation, as well as supporting funding approvals at all phases of the project lifecycle. In addition, Campus & Strategic Planning creates and implements space related policies and procedures that support the University’s long term goals and priorities for responsible growth and development.

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