Residential Living Programs
Students living in University residences have a variety of opportunities to attend events that range from social, recreational activities to professional and academic development workshops. Explore the links below to learn more about programs that take place within University residences.
Georgetown InterHall Council (InterHall)
InterHall serves as the Hoyas’ voice in the residence halls by providing a link between students and the administration. InterHall also hosts campus-wide events and funds other student groups in order to build community among residential students.
The Black House
The Black House is a dedicated space where students of color can gather to talk about issues, meet new people, and celebrate the common bond that unites students throughout the University. Over the course of the year, the Black House residents host several programs for all students to participate in. Minority student organizations are encouraged to utilize the house for club meetings and social events, as well.
Magis Row is an independent living learning community focused on individual passions for co-curricular interests through the infusion of academics and service. This is accomplished by a continued commitment to personal growth through community involvement, social awareness, and the development of servant leaders ever striving toward magis. While Magis Row residency is restricted to juniors and seniors, houses host a variety of programs and open up their spaces to students for events and social activities regularly throughout the year.