The GLTR general write-on competition runs from Friday, May 22 to Monday, June 8. The write-on competition for transfer students runs from Friday, July 24 to Monday, August 10. There is no cost! Interested students should email with their name and Georgetown email address to be included in the write-on process. Please send any questions to that address as well.

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