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Every Hoya Together: Georgetown Community Reunites on Campus for New Academic Year

Amidst a global pandemic that changed how we learned and worked for the past 18 months, Hoyas are safely coming together to share their unique experiences, reanimate campus life and explore the nation’s capital. Welcome home to the Hilltop.

Family poses in front of John Carroll statue

Every Hoya Together

This past year, we found new ways to stay connected, share ideas and make a difference. And perhaps the biggest lesson learned is that no matter the distance, our Hoya community is stronger together.

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Every Hoya Cares

As we return to campus this fall, it is important to support our mental well-being. Georgetown has resources to support, affirm and connect our community.

Jack the bulldog on the Healy steps at sunrise

It’s Been So Long…

Jack the Bulldog is excited to welcome you home to the Hilltop!

Father, mother and daughter in a dorm room

There Goes Old Georgetown

Students moved to campus prior to the start of classes, and many were greeted with recent renovations to their residence halls.

Student and her mom unpack in Copley Hall
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Summer Hilltop Immersion

The Summer Hilltop Immersion Program (SHIP) offered the Class of 2024 and newly admitted transfer students five weeks of academic, experiential learning and social activities – with many living on campus for the first time.

Summer on the Hilltop

Gravestones with Georgetown neighborhood buildings in the background

Students in the Black Georgetown Rediscovered course toured the Mount Zion – Female Union Band Society cemeteries and helped document the estimated 9,000 Black residents of Georgetown buried at the site.

Leaders of the CURA pre-orientation program stand in front of St. Mary's Hall

The School of Nursing & Health Studies administers the pre-orientation for incoming Georgetown undergraduates to learn about the determinants of health by visiting different areas of the city.