The Office of Student Life
The primary purpose of the Office of Student Life (OSL) is to enhance the quality of student life and community at Georgetown Law by initiating programming and helping student organizations achieve their goals. We coordinate a variety of student programs throughout the year in an effort to create community among students, faculty and administrators on campus.
Georgetown Law sponsors a host of vibrant student organizations that are as diverse as our student population. Our 90+ active organizations provide students with opportunities to participate in social, educational, spiritual, professional networking and service related activities. Each organization maintains a unique identity and selects their leadership and programming. Student organizations often collaborate with other student groups and departments to host events that bring life to the Georgetown Law Community throughout the year. The Office of Student Life provides training, advising, resources and support for all recognized student organizations.
Why should I get involved in a student organization?
Opportunities to build your leadership skills and become engaged in the Law Center community and beyond are available through our vast network of student organizations. Student organizations provide a forum for professional networking, involvement in hobbies and socializing. In addition, students are able to think more critically about current topics of interest and explore fields of law practically through their involvement in student organizations. Law students that are involved in student organizations report feeling more connected to the university and fellow law students.
To learn more about getting involved with a student organization, visit the Office of Student Life website or come and visit us at 170 McDonough Hall.
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