Tag: CAPS

Did Georgetown Want Me Back?

Did Georgetown Want Me Back?

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09/29/2017

The first people I saw as the elevator doors opened and the GERMS staff wheeled my stretcher through my dorm entrance were two acquaintances. “Don’t worry,” I laughed nervously as I was pushed passed their startled faces, “I’ll be back soon.” I didn’t realize that “soon” would be  over a year later. For those not…

CAPS introduces accesible policies

CAPS introduces accesible policies

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10/21/2016

Over the summer, Georgetown’s Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) introduced two new policies to increase accessibility. The policies work to lower the cost and increase the anonymity of treatment and to expand treatment to students in the Georgetown Scholarship Program (GSP). CAPS has reduced the cost of their services dramatically. Evaluations and consultations are free…

Beyond Title IX: Georgetown’s changing conversation around sexual assault

Beyond Title IX: Georgetown’s changing conversation around sexual assault

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08/30/2015

“The sexual harassment of students, including sexual violence, interferes with students’ right to receive an education free from discrimination and, in the case of sexual violence, is a crime.” –U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights, April 2011 According to Georgetown’s Annual Crime Report, 41 reports of sexual misconduct in 2013-2014 and 46 in 2014-2015…

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