As the Class of 2022 graduates and the Class of 2020 celebrates their commencement on-campus, we asked the university secretary, a chaplain, barber and others for their words of wisdom.
School of Nursing & Health Studies graduates pursuing careers in midwifery and women’s health advanced nursing practice gathered for a spiritual ceremony that recognizes the importance of the healing touch.
Abel Cruz Flores (G’21) was among the first recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program 10 years ago. Last week he finished his journey to a Ph.D.
From May 19-22, Georgetown celebrated the Class of 2022’s Commencement — the first graduation back on the Hilltop in three years.
In 2020, Colton Scrudder (B’22) spent a year training for the Iditarod race. After graduating from Georgetown, he will return to Alaska to apply his global business degree.
After being mentored by the late Madeleine Albright and the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, Luka Ignac is graduating from SFS with his sights set on public service.
For the past three months, Salome Mikadze (B’22) has studied in a bomb shelter in Lviv, Ukraine. This May, she returned to Georgetown, just in time to graduate.
This May, 87 students graduated from Georgetown University in Qatar, joining more than 600 alumni of Georgetown’s Qatar campus.
Students in the Class of 2022 have produced exceptional research, pursued justice and supported their communities, and they’ll continue to live out Georgetown’s values as they take their next steps.
Georgetown has invited 11 speakers to speak at this year’s commencement ceremonies, including U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken.