Begin Your Search
We recommend you start your search with:
- Georgetown University’s Off-campus Housing Search website provides a wealth of information about life on campus, off-campus listings, renter tips for dealing with leases and landlords, moving tips and other resources. We’ve also compiled a comprehensive overview of our city’s neighborhoods, with information about arts and culture, sports, outdoor activities, dining, nightlife, neighborhoods, and tourism.
- Beginning Fall 2022, Georgetown University will offer Graduate Student housing to incoming and current graduate students at our new building downtown at 55 H Street, N.W. Approximately 370 beds, arrayed in apartments of 1-, 2-, and 4-bedrooms, will be available for graduate students. The apartments are wonderfully furnished, with high-end appliances, including washers and dryers. Wi-fi and utilities are included in the rental price.
- Office of Neighborhood Life’s tips for finding a rental
- Georgetown University (GU) Housing, Sublets & Roommates (Facebook Group)
- Washington D.C. Housing, Rooms, Apartments, Sublets (Facebook Group)
Housing Search Engines
Students have found the following websites (many of which include area maps) helpful during the housing search:
CORT Furniture Rental
Looking for a low-hassle way to set up your new apartment? CORT can deliver and setup your entire apartment with furniture. Check out the options.
Office of Neighborhood Life
The Office of Neighborhood Life supports all students, non-students, and permanent residents in the communities surrounding Georgetown University. Our office will educate students about university policies and local ordinances; continue to build and strengthen neighborhood relations by facilitating dialogue; and promote civic citizenship to create a positive quality of life for everyone living in the neighborhood.
The reviews and ratings presented throughout these guides and websites do not reflect the opinions, position, or endorsement of Georgetown University.