Living Jesuit Values
Georgetown lives its Catholic and Jesuit tradition
Jesuits have played a significant role in the growth and evolution of Georgetown into a global research university deeply rooted in the Catholic faith. Georgetown embraces the principles of St. Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus, by educating men and women to serve others in the world and providing opportunities for intellectual, spiritual and moral growth. This identity thrives today in many academic, social justice and faith-based programs on campus.
First-Generation College Student in Awe of Jesuit Education
Kieran Halloran Joins Society of Jesus
Jesuits-in-Residence Provide 'Ministry of Presence'
New Georgetown Students Participate in ESCAPE
Georgetown Students Prevent Summer Learning Loss in DC
Senior to Continue Commitment to Service Through Teach For America
Georgetown Celebrates Advent
Georgetown Grad Who Taught Abroad to Work at Teach For America
Georgetown Students Give Back