Over the summer, Georgetown broke ground on construction projects and opened new spaces on the Hilltop. Learn more about what’s new on campus this fall.
Inspired by Georgetown’s new campaign, Called to Be, alumni reflect on who they’re called to be and what they’re called to do as a result of their Hilltop education.
Georgetown is launching a Disability Cultural Center, an on-campus hub that celebrates disability culture, builds community and provides programming for disabled students, faculty, staff, allies and those interested in learning…
Meet the Class of 2027 and their families, who let us in on their road to the Hilltop and their hopes and dreams for the next four years. …
After unpacking and hellos and goodbyes, the Class of 2027 gathered for the first time at New Student Convocation, a ceremony welcoming first-year and transfer students to the Hilltop.
We’ve been busy this summer. We welcomed students for pre-orientation programs, broke ground on new construction projects, gardened and spruced up our grounds, and found ways to stay…
On this Feast Day of St. Ignatius of Loyola, get answers about all things Jesuit here.
Georgetown’s renowned nurse-midwifery program celebrates 50 years of care, education and advocacy in Washington, DC.
Adan Gonzalez is wrapping up his White House Fellowship. He’s eager to replicate opportunities like this for kids in his hometown—a mission that hasn’t wavered since coming to Georgetown.
After earning his GED, joining a mentoring program, and taking nearly every course in Georgetown’s Prison Scholars program, 20-year-old Keonte Lewis is envisioning a new future in the classroom.