Georgetown College is situated on 104 gently rolling acres of beautiful Kentucky Bluegrass, punctuated by an arboretum and 23 varieties of trees which dramatically highlight the seasons. The campus has three antebellum buildings: Giddings Hall (administrative, development, and business offices), Pawling Hall (faculty offices and classrooms), and Highbaugh Hall (student support offices).
The Asher Science Center houses offices and classrooms, laboratories, a computer lab, seminar rooms, a planetarium, and a greenhouse. The Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Building houses offices and classrooms, studios, computer graphic facilities, portions of the College’s art collection, and a gallery. The Anna Ashcraft Ensor Learning Resource Center contains print and non-print materials, media collections, the Writing Center, two computer labs, several classrooms, a gourmet coffee shop, and an art gallery. The George H. W. Bush Center for Fitness includes a gymnasium, weight and game rooms, and the Athletic Hall of Fame. The Cralle Student Center contains the offices for Student Life, Campus Safety, and the Student Government Association, dining services, the bookstore, and radio station. Davis-Reid Alumni Gymnasium seats 1,500 for athletic events and contains areas for intramurals and fitness. The College’s primary chapel/auditorium, Campus Ministry office, student publications, classrooms, and offices are located in John L. Hill Chapel. Nunnelley Music Building, the Lab Theatre, and Cooke Memorial complement the College’s academic physical plant. The McCandless House contains the offices for the World Languages Department. The Peyton Thurman Meetinghouse includes the office of the Graves Center for Calling and Career and the Equine Scholars Program. Two residence halls, Anderson and Knight, are located just north of the academic commons, while the South Campus area is the setting for 13 residence halls. Rucker Village and Hambrick Village are two communities of newly constructed townhouse-style residence halls on main campus. On East Campus, the College has four apartment-style residential buildings, a Leadership and Conference Center, and attractive athletic facilities.