Prospective Student Events

Our prospective student events are a valuable resource for anyone considering enrolling in the Health and Public Interest Program at Georgetown University. These events provide an excellent opportunity to meet current students, faculty, and staff. It also provides a deeper understanding of what the Health and Public Interest Program has to offer.

Program Information Sessions

The Health and the Public Interest Program hosts monthly virtual information sessions during the Admissions cycle. The information sessions feature Program Co-Directors Dr. Adriane Fugh-Berman and Dr. Adam Myers as well as alumni and current students. 

You can view a recording of our most recent information session covering the curriculum, application process, and career outcomes on the web. 

Seminar Series

The Health and the Public Interest Seminar Series is a forum in which Georgetown students, faculty, and the general public engage with key leaders in healthcare research, policy, and advocacy. The Seminar Series is open to prospective students, the Georgetown community, and interested members of the general public. The 75-minute-long virtual lectures are held on Wednesdays from 12pm to 1:15pm EST. 

Join our seminar mailing list for weekly seminar invitations. Recordings of past seminars are posted on our program Youtube channel

Campus Tours

The main goal of our prospective student events is to give attendees a firsthand experience of the campus culture and community. Participants will have the chance to take a tour of the facilities, attend informational sessions, and meet with admissions representatives. This will provide a comprehensive overview of what our program and the university have to offer. To schedule a campus tour and meetings with the program directors, please email for available times and dates.