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2010 Commencement (May 20-23, 2010)
College and School Commencement information
Schedules and events
Senior Parents' Weekend
February 5-7, 2010
   » Senior Auction (February 6, 2010)
Senior Convocation
May 20, 2010
Senior Ball
May 21, 2010
2010 Commencement Schedule
May 20-23, 2010
Academic Calendar
Official academic calendar.
Additional information
Directions for Undergraduate Students
Instructions for procurement of academic costume; Senior Class Convocation; undergraduate Commencements; Baccalaureate Mass.
Travel and Parking Tips
Recommendations for getting to campus.
Getting to Georgetown
Campus maps, directions, parking, buses.
On-campus Commencement housing | FAQ
A limited number of on-campus residence halls are available during commencement weekend on a first-come, first-serve basis for families of graduates.
Visitor housing and Lodging
On-campus and off-campus housing and lodging opportunities.
Commencement Announcements, Yearbooks, and Class Rings
Diploma Frames
Available from the bookstore.
Commencement Photos
Graduate photos taken at the College, SFS and MSB ceremonies were taken by Chappell Studios. They will be contacting you directly by mail. If you have any questions, please contact them directly at 1-800-424-3686.
Commencement Videos
Class of 2010 Commencement and Senior Week DVDs
Welcome Center
Resources for families and visitors.

Please direct questions about Commencement to Meghan Hogge.

School of Foreign Service in Qatar Commencement
May 8, 2010
Graduates: Stay Connected to Georgetown
Your Georgetown experience doesn't end at graduation. Make your connections even stronger, build new ones, and stay connected. Get involved now.

What is Tropaia?
Tropaia essentially means Trophy and the Tropaia Ceremony is the event at which individual schools distribute awards. Each Dean's office will inform students individually if they are receiving an award at this event.
The word Tropaia is ancient Greek and referred to a monument constructed to celebrate a military victory.