Myth: If you get pregnant while at Georgetown you will get kicked out of school.
Fact: No way! A student who is pregnant will not be kicked out of school. Georgetown offers a number of services to students who are pregnant or concerned about being pregnant. For pregnant students, Pregnancy Services in Health Education offers counseling assistance, referral services, help in determining housing options, financial aid, and academic support. Even if you are just worried about being pregnant, HES can help. For example, we have free testing kits available to students. In addition, for immediate assistance with concerns about pregnancy students may call or text the confidential phone line at 202-870-1666. Hours of operation are 10 AM-10 PM.
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