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  • Two students sit along the Tidal Basin with the Jefferson Memorial and cherry blossoms in the background.
    Students cheer at a sporting event in the Verizon Center.
    A photo of the iconic Ben’s Chili Bowl restaurant.
    Students kayak on the Potomac River.
    Sign in front of the National Museum of African American History and Culture
    Let Freedom Ring Celebration at the Kennedy Center
    Lobby of the Kennedy Center
    Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial
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    Embrace the City’s Culture

    Imagine access to some of the most vibrant cultural and athletic events in the world, all just a few Metro stops away. Experience a Smithsonian museum, a trip to the Library of Congress or cheer on Hoya basketball at Capitol One Arena. 

    A photo of the H St. corridor in DC.

    Make Festive Memories

    You’ll find hundreds of festivals each year on the National Mall and in different neighborhoods across the city. Take a break from studying and experience the rich and diverse culture that makes up Washington, DC.

    17 Free Smithsonian Attractions See museums, galleries and the famous zoo
    9 Professional Sports Watch basketball, soccer, football, tennis and more
    34 National Parks & Monuments History and preservation at your fingertips

    Serve and Learn in DC

    Image of Sinclair Blue smiling.

    一道本不卡免费高清Sinclair Blue (SFS’20), who hopes to one day help reduce health disparities in the District, is one of 62 undergraduates selected as a 2019 Truman Scholars.

    A man wearing sunglasses plays a saxaphone.

    一道本不卡免费高清Georgetown history professor Maurice Jackson says Washington, D.C., has secured a legacy of jazz linked to the struggle for civil rights and the music’s global reach.

    A student orders at Ben's Chili Bowl

    Dine Off Campus

    Reap the rewards of living in a global city filled with international cuisines should you decide to eat off campus.