Georgetown College Today

Today, Georgetown College students represent thirty states and forty foreign countries. The College is nationally recognized for its superb faculty, challenging curriculum, rich traditions, and high ideals. Recent and growing recognition among a variety of national listings and foundations attests to the enhanced perception of Georgetown College from a number of sectors. The College is identified by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education as a Baccalaureate-Arts & Sciences Focus institution. With a student-faculty ratio of 14:1, the College is dedicated to academic excellence within a Christian environment.

Students at Georgetown are provided with opportunities for intellectual, spiritual, cultural, social, emotional, and physical growth. Within the framework of the Christian faith, the Georgetown academic experience is complemented by meaningful student life activities and a variety of cultural events.

The city of Georgetown, sister city to Tahara-Cho, Japan, is a historic community located in Scott County. The fastest growing county in the Commonwealth, Scott County has a population of about 50,000 people. Anchored by the Kentucky Horse Park and Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky, Inc., both within five miles of the campus, a variety of area attractions and resources are readily available. Within the greater Lexington metropolitan area, the College is easily accessible by air (at the Lexington, Louisville, or Greater Cincinnati airports) or ground (Interstates 64 and 75) transportation, and is convenient to many major cities.