It is difficult to get much of a consensus on the quality of Georgetown’s facilities. Athletic Hoyas decry the outdated state of the Main Campus gym but admit that it gets the job done. Participants in the Corp praise their offices and retail spaces, and performing arts groups are appeased by their ample space in the new Davis Center. Despite Georgetown’s relatively low endowment, as compared to many of its peer universities, the University is currently working hard to improve facilities in many different disciplines.
The few problems with facilities on campus should not cause potential students to quake in their boots—it is never wise to base one’s college decision on the quality of the gym or the prospect of having antique Italian furniture in one’s dorm room. Georgetown is working hard to improve many of the campus facilities. Recently, Georgetown has dedicated itself to developing excellent, new, and improved facilities. The new science center, business school, New South student center, and forthcoming library renovations are all examples of massive improvement to the facilities.