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#GeorgetownBound: Heading Home to the Hilltop

See how other Hoyas spent their summers, get to know the Georgetown-bound incoming class and get excited for a new year on the Hilltop!

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Yard Signs, Wall Art and More

Show your Hoya pride with #GeorgetownBound yard signs and get a head start on decorating your new room with Georgetown-themed wall art.

50 U.S. States The Class of 2026 represents every state, plus DC and Puerto Rico!
75 Countries Incoming first-years hail from all around the world!
~1,600 First-Year Students New students are moving to the Hilltop!

Summer on the Hilltop

An image of graduates from the Pivot Program wearing blue cap and gowns.

Nine students received certificates in business and entrepreneurship from Georgetown’s Pivot Program, an education and professional training program for returning citizens to develop their leadership skills and blaze new trails.

Healy Hall and Georgetown's campus from a distance

Georgetown’s inaugural program offers training and resources for undergraduates from historically underrepresented populations who are considering applying to Ph.D. programs.

A group of first-year medical students read the Hippocratic Oath at Georgetown's annual White Coat Ceremony in Gaston Hall.

Welcome Future M.D.s

Held in Gaston Hall for the first time since 2019, the White Coat Ceremony earlier this month marked the official beginning of medical education for first-year students in the Class of 2026 at the School of Medicine.

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From internships in DC to summers in hometowns to trips and service abroad, Hoyas spent their summers all across the globe. Read Christine Mauvais’ (N’24) reflection of her trip to Lourdes, France — an annual trip with the School of Nursing to help pilgrims who were seeking healing in this city known for miracles.