Georgetown's $1.5 billion fundraising campaign, For Generations to Come, hit the $1 billion mark with the help of more than 86,000 alumni and friends.
Martin Iguchi, dean of the School of Nursing & Health Studies, tells how the school stands out in a competitive academic market.
By joining the online learning initiative edX, Georgetown raises its investment in one of the most important teaching innovations of the era.
Georgetown kicks off a year of events to honor the courage of legendary professor Jan Karski, who carried eyewitness reports of the Holocaust to a mostly unbelieving West.
Georgetown's 2013 John Carroll and Patrick Healy honorees share how the university created opportunities, influenced their values and provided a turning point in their lives.
Campus News: Keep Up to Date
Read news from all of Georgetown's campuses. From world leaders on campus to faculty research, student accomplishments and Georgetown experts in the news, there's a story for every interest.
Alumni News: Reunion Weekend, Here We Come!
Alumni in reunion classes share why the weekend is not to be missed. From class parties, an event that blends 5th and 50th reunion attendees, family programming, stimulating talks to catching up with old friends—it's your moment.
Expert Opinion: Editorial Balancing Act
Margaret Sullivan (C'79) is the first woman to be the public editor of The New York Times, a role in which she is both an in-house critic and the reader's advocate. Read her introductory column.
Campaign News: Young Alumna Brings Campaign to Milestone
A $200 gift brings For Generations to Come to two-thirds of its goal, and proves that every gift—and every giver—makes a difference.
Spotlight: Capturing Campus
Phil Humnicky has been the university photographer for 15 years, documenting campus events and capturing the essence of Georgetown. Despite hundreds of photos a month, he remembers a standout.