Two students sitting in front of the Gewirz Student CenterSummer 2024 Information

The Gewirz Student Center offers apartment-style living in the heart of Washington, D.C. Summer associates, interns, and enrolled students can all enjoy the privacy of individual bedrooms, while sharing full kitchens and bathrooms with one to two other residents. Summer residents are automatically members of GULC’s state-of-the-art Sport and Fitness Center. Rates are listed under the Apartment Information tab on the sidebar. Wireless internet, electricity, water, trash removal, and all relevant taxes are included in the rates.

To apply for Summer 2024 housing at Georgetown Law, please complete the Summer Housing Application and submit your application fee. Georgetown Law students can log in with their NetID while non-Georgetown summer interns can create an account using the “Register” link on the housing portal landing page.

Pending final confirmation from our Facilities department, we hope to offer Summer Housing from May 31 through August 3, 2024. Current residents should inquire about our spring-to-summer bridge program that facilitates an uninterrupted stay in your current apartment. If you have questions, please call us at (202) 662-9290 or email!

Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and in D.C. for an academic purpose (internship, classes, job, studying for the bar exam, etc.).

*Please note that rates, dates of availability, and payment deadlines are different if you are requesting housing as part of the LL.M. Summer Experience. For housing information for the LL.M. Summer Experience, please email the LLM Summer Experience program.

What’s Happening Next Door?

If you have visited the Georgetown Law campus, then you have noticed the construction taking place on 2nd street, next to the Gewirz Student Center and on the freeway below. This is an early stage of the Capitol Crossing project, a multi phase development project that will be under construction for the foreseeable future. The construction will take place across the street from Gewirz and above the I-395 roadway creating 2.2 million square feet of business space, apartments, etc.

Noise from the project has gone down significantly in the last two years. When 2017-18 academic year residents were asked if the Gewirz Student Center is quiet and conducive to study, they gave it a 4.24 out of 5, with an even 50% of respondents rating it a full 5 out of 5. The library is probably quieter, but it seems like the worst of the construction noise has passed.

For more information, please contact the Office of Residence Life at 202-662-9290 or e-mail LawHousing.