Student Outreach & Support (SOS)

Please note that Georgetown University will begin the fall 2020 semester in a virtual learning environment to protect the health and safety of our community. The Office of Student Outreach and Support staff will continue to support students and work with families as well as consult with campus colleagues remotely.

Click here for more information on the University’s response to COVID-19.

The Division of Student Affairs is driven by our mission to care for the whole student and whole person.  This is epitomized by our priority to maintain a robust “safety net” for students who experience complex, personal difficulty. SOS works with colleagues across campus to organize outreach and follow-up care to students who are experiencing crisis or distress that impacts their social, personal, and/or academic stability.

Who we serve:

  • Students who are transitioning out of acute psychiatric care and wishing to return to school
  • Students returning from a medical leave of absence
  • Peers, Academic Deans, or others on campus who are worried about a particular student’s health, safety or wellness

NOTE: Student Outreach & Support is not a confidential resource; however, all of your information will remain private as defined by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).