One of the best ways to learn about an academic community is through the voices of students.
At Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies, undergraduate and graduate students excel inside and outside the classroom.
For example, students participate in internships on Capitol Hill and at organizations like the American Public Health Association and the National Hispanic Medical Association. They are leaders in school-based and campus-wide organizations. And they earn prestigous awards, including Fulbright fellowships and being named to the USA TODAY Academic All-America First Team. Read some of their stories below.