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Compare to: the Ivy Leagues
Admission difficulty: High
School size: Small
Tuition: About $38,616 and increasing rapidly by the minute. By the time you read this, the tuition could reach $50,000.
Kind of student who goes there: If you are from New Jersey; like to play lacrosse or crew; wear pink polo shirts (with a popped collar) and plaid polo shorts; dream of being president someday; want to "save" Africa and the Middle East then you probably belong at Georgetown. Also, if you happen to be a Prince from Saudi Arabia, Spain or a member of any other Royal family around the world, then you most likely will attend Georgetown.
Known for producing: Too many lawyers, consultants, investment bankers, Washington bureaucrats, Peace Corp volunteers and Teach for America teachers. Also the president that is most known for cheating on his wife with an intern.
Pros: No frat scene. Located in Washington DC so there are a lot of great internship and service opportunities, Jesuits teach some of your classes
Cons: No Frat scene. We have a horrible/stupid fight song that basically sings about all the Ivy League schools. The Georgetown neighborhood is really expensive, so you have to venture further out into the city to find affordable shopping, or you can just anger your parents by shopping on M street (the main street that runs through Georgetown).
Scene: Did I mention a lack of greek life? But that does force a more inclusive environment on weekends. We only have one cafeteria, so that becomes a great place to see and meet people. Campus parties can get crowded and old quickly. M street is great for bars and clubs.
Sports: Great basketball without long lines/waits for tickets. We play our games in the same place as the Wizards -- the Verizon Center -- so space is not an issue. We often forget that we have a football team. Let's just say that during homecoming, there were more people at the tailgate party than in the stands. The fall semester can be a little dull as we wait for spring and March madness.
Campus and city: Beautiful campus and historic neighborhood. Washington DC is probably the coolest city to attend school. Georgetown has access to many public officials and international leaders, so there are a lot of great speakers. The residence halls are mediocre and can be small.
Canaan McCaslin graduated from Armwood High School in 2005 and from Georgetown in 2009.