Georgetown University Transportation Shuttles (GUTS) are ADA accessible and equipped with wheelchair lifts. Contracted buses may not be accessible. Please contact the Office of Transportation Management to ensure accessibility requirements are met.


Students, faculty, and staff with a valid annual decal and state-issued disability permit who require an accessible parking space may request assignment to a parking space by visiting the Parking & Transportation Office. Visitors are encouraged to call the Parking & Transportation Office at 202-662-9330 for assistance.

Animals on Campus

Service and Assistance Animals

As part of the University’s commitment to accommodate persons with disabilities, particularly persons who need the assistance of service animals, IDEAA has developed the guidelines to address service and assistance animal requests and usage on Georgetown University’s three campuses. For additional information regarding services animals, review the University’s Guidelines for Service and Assistance Animals on Georgetown’s Campuses.

Emotional Support Animals in University Housing

The Law Center complies with the Fair Housing Act in allowing students the use of emotional support animals that are approved as an accommodation in Gewirz. Additional information can be found in the Policy on Emotional Support Animals in University Housing.



Accommodation requests from students should be directed to Disability Services. Accommodation requests from guests should be directed to the Office of Special Events by the last week of April. Review the Commencement webpage for more information.

Student Organizations

All advertisements for Student Organization events must include an accessibility statement: “Accommodation requests related to a disability should be made by [specific date] to [sponsoring department contact person, phone number, and email address]”. Student organizations are encouraged to email for assistance with accommodation requests as needed.


Georgetown Law is committed to providing accessible websites and web-based applications to students, staff, faculty and participants in the University’s programs and activities. Report an access barrier on any Georgetown University website by completing the Request Accessibility Help Form.