The thriving Georgetown University community of students, faculty and staff offers countless opportunities to engage with a strong sense of belonging and purpose.
Since its founding in 1789, Georgetown has welcomed a diverse community of students, faculty and staff. The Office of Campus Ministry encourages the Georgetown community to explore the wide array of religious services, holiday celebrations, and small group opportunities on campus both within and outside of one's own tradition.
The Georgetown campuses regularly host extraordinary events and dialogues. Take a look at the schedule of events for guest speakers and more.
Georgetown University is home to more than 20 intercollegiate men's and women's varsity sports teams. View the full schedule of games and contests for each team. Hoya Saxa!
The Department of Performing Arts offers a full season of events from student groups as well as nationally and globally recognized performers. View the schedule of events.
Georgetown leads and facilitates a broad variety of engagement initiatives in our local and global communities to address the critical challenges of sustainability.
The Staff/AAP Council acts as a self-directed body that consults with University leadership on matters affecting life and well-being for staff in the workplace at Georgetown.