Template talk:Georgetown University

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Image[edit]

We should make an image ala this one for the header.--Patrick 18:44, 19 March 2007 (UTC)

SFSQ --- campus[edit]

should the link for the qatar campus link to Education City the larger area in Qatar or Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar which comprises the campus -- currently its the former, but I think it should be changed to the latter, no?Jx242 (talk) 11:40, 11 May 2015 (UTC)

Proposed Undergraduate-Graduate Merger[edit]

I think it might be more appropriate to merge the undergraduate and graduate sections into one since several of the schools that are listed in one are, in fact, both undergraduate and graduate schools. The templates of most colleges do not differentiate with separate sections their undergraduate and graduate divisions. Instead, they simply have a unified section titled "academics" or in this case, more appropriately, "schools." I think the status quo can be misleading to those unfamiliar, causing one to believe that one of the listed schools is strictly undergraduate or graduate when it is not. What are others' thought? Ergo Sum (talk) 03:23, 1 July 2015 (UTC)