Redeploy Georgetown: COVID-19 Response
Georgetown’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been guided by three priorities: protect the health and safety of members of our community, ensure academic continuity and fulfill our educational and research missions, and protect the livelihoods of members of our community. The Redeploy Georgetown program is an expression of our values in support of those guiding priorities. Redeploy Georgetown is a temporary and essential measure that supports our health and safety efforts on campus while keeping our workforce fully employed. Program participants work together to support the campus community and the university’s efforts to meet the shifting needs of our community while keeping its workforce safe.
Redeploy Georgetown assignments on the Main Campus and Medical Center will end on Friday, May 21, 2021. On Monday, May 24, employees will return to their regularly assigned duties.
If you are interested in learning more about volunteer opportunities to support our public health efforts during summer 2021, please complete this form.
204 employees from across the university are working to support campus operations.
Redeploy employees provide critical services such as contact tracing, care management, community engagement and campus access for the students, faculty and staff currently on campus.
Redeploy employees are helping the university conserve critical financial resources, which has prevented possible layoffs, furloughs, and salary reductions. Since the beginning of the pandemic, there have been no COVID-19-related layoffs, furloughs, or salary reductions at Georgetown, unlike at many other universities.
Policies and Procedures
Learn more about the Redeploy Georgetown program and read a detailed FAQ.
Manager Resource Page
Learn more about the key role managers play in supporting the Redeploy Georgetown program.
Employee Resource Page
Access helpful information and resources for those employees in the Redeploy Georgetown program.