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Founded in 1789, the same year the U.S. Constitution took effect, Georgetown University is the nation's oldest Catholic and Jesuit university. Today, Georgetown is a major international research university that embodies its founding principles in the diversity of our students, faculty, and staff, our commitment to justice and the common good, our intellectual openness, and our international character.
President's welcome
John J. DeGioia, Ph.D.
Georgetown's history
From 1789 to the present.
Catholic and Jesuit identity
Georgetown's Catholic and Jesuit identity
Educating the whole person.
Service and social justice
Volunteerism and outreach.
Spirituality and ministries
Diverse faiths, services, and opportunities.
Academic excellence
Learning and teaching
Academic programs, faculty, courses, admissions.
Research and scholarship
Libraries, research initiatives and support, scholarly publications.
Georgetown's international presence
Diversity, global experience, international reputation.
Campus and region
Washington DC and the region
About the area, attractions, accommodations.
Campus tours
Orientation meetings and tours.
Slide shows
Explore Georgetown in images and text.
Campus maps
View maps; find a building, office, or service; get directions; parking and shuttles.
Visitor housing and lodging
On- and off-campus housing and lodging opportunities.
Georgetown athletics and sports news at GUHoyas.com.
More information
Fact sheets
Further information on selected topics.
News and events
Press releases, calendars, current events, faculty experts.
University administration
Organization and leadership.
About this site
Copyright, disclaimer, policies, terms of use, contacts.
Accreditation information
University Headlines
» Professor Examines Judaism's Key Defining Concept
Avi Beker analyzes the concept of “chosenness” in his new book, The Chosen: The History of an Idea, and the Anatomy of an Obsession just released by Palgrave MacMillan.
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Hoya Facts
More than 1,000 Georgetown students and alumni served in the Civil War, by the end, 118 men had died.