Important University Announcement
Georgetown University has announced details surrounding a major construction project of the new Medical/Surgical Pavilion that will affect campus traffic flow and pedestrian access. Yates Field House members are encouraged to continue checking the Georgetown University Facilities website for updates regarding traffic patterns.
Please be advised: In the coming months, pedestrian access to Yates Field House from the Hotel Conference Center and Lombardi Circle will be impacted by construction work to prep for a new road connecting the Leavey Center and West Road to Reservoir Road/Entrance 4. Those traveling to Yates from the north, including those coming from Foxhall, Burleith, and other areas west of campus, will be most impacted by the change. We recommend looking at this map detailing an alternate route to Yates around the upcoming construction if you are coming from the above areas mentioned.
Alternative routes for pedestrians are being finalized. The start date of these impacts has not been set, but we will alert you of the timeline and alternate pathways when details are confirmed.
Weather Scenarios & Operational Status
The operational status of Yates Field House is determined by the overall status of the university as announced by DEMOC on the Georgetown University Operational Status webpage. Please visit our hours page for information on Yates status scenarios pending DEMOC announcements.
As the primary recreation and fitness provider for the Georgetown University community, the Campus Recreation at Yates Field House department provides fitness and wellness programs and spaces for Georgetown students, faculty, staff, and surrounding community members.
Georgetown University along with Yates Field House is committed to creating and maintaining a culture of respect. To report an incident of sexual misconduct, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, relationship violence and/or stalking, you may contact the Interim Title IX Coordinator, Samantha Berner, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or make a report online.
Please note that the Title IX Coordinator is not a confidential resource. If you would prefer to speak with someone confidentially or are unsure about whether you want to report, you may want to start with a confidential resource; Health Education Services (HES) provides free and confidential counseling for students and the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) provides free and confidential counseling for faculty and staff.
For more information on Title IX at Georgetown, including on- and off-campus resources, reporting options, and University policies, please visit the Georgetown University Sexual Misconduct website.