As commencement season wraps up, we bottled up the best advice from this year’s commencement speaker speeches.
In 1978, Karen Franklin left Georgetown just three classes shy of a degree. On May 20, at age 68, she walked across the stage as an official alumna.
After hundreds of hours and 200+ events, seniors on the Jack Crew detail their favorite memories and hangout spots with Jack — and the campus pride they’ve discovered along the way.
Wearing their own white coats, students from a local grade school visited Georgetown’s School of Medicine as part of a community-based learning class taught by first-year medical students.
Georgetown has invited 11 speakers to the Class of 2023's commencement, including Savannah Guthrie (L’02), co-anchor of NBC News’ Today, and Yamiche Léone Alcindor (C’09), NBC News’ Washington correspondent.
Hoyas share what it’s like to live and learn on the Hilltop – from their favorite DC haunts to tips and bucket lists for new and future Hoyas.
Congratulations to all students admitted to the Class of 2027. Learn more about Georgetown's campus, our DC location and community of fellow Hoyas who call the Hilltop home.
Each year, Georgetown faculty, staff, and students across campuses and schools read and reflect on one of Dr. King’s speeches/texts during the spring semester as part of the Teach…
In the midst of final exams and holiday preparations, Georgetown University Medical Center students organized random acts of kindness, holiday donations and toy drives on campus and in DC.
Arthur Milhomens (B’24) is applying the “professionalism, resilience and confidence” he learned in the military to his studies at the McDonough School of Business.