Georgetown publishes numerous e-newsletters designed to keep you up to date on announcements and events at its various schools and departments.
Georgetown Today is the monthly e-newsletter for alumni, parents and friends of Georgetown. In addition to news and features, there is a calendar of club events in cities across the nation, a section listing services and programs for alumni, and much more. The career services webinars have generated so much interest that we have expanded our offerings. Sign up for the newsletter.
Much more can be found at the alumni web site, Georgetown Alumni Online. That's where you can find class Web sites and regional club contacts. Don't miss the new Living History—stories about alumni perpetuating Georgetown's mission. It complements our Witness to History, which features videos of alumni who have made or witnessed history.
Georgetown's Office of Communications publishes a weekly e-newsletter, GU in the News, that is a compendium of news releases, announcements of upcoming events and Georgetown faculty who have been quoted in national media.
Georgetown schools publish their own e-newsletters as well. Business graduates can sign up for McDonough School of Business E-News and Walsh School of Foreign Service alumni can get weekly updates via a sign-up link on the school's home page. Websites for the College, the School of Nursing & Health Studies and the Medical and Law centers showcase their news and are easily accessed via our main Web page.
For our diehard Hoya sports fans, we have the monthly Inside Georgetown Athletics and the weekly Hoya Hoop Club News. Alumni can request to receive either by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many alumni who live in the Washington, D.C., area may appreciate receiving notices of upcoming productions on campus by our talented students and faculty and appearances by visiting artists. The Department of Performing Arts offers an e-mail list.
Campus clergy produce a Mission and Ministry e-newsletter chock-full of news on faith-based events on campus. E-mail email@example.com to be added to the recipient list.
Keeping in Touch
- Class Notes
Stay up-to-date with your fellow alumni by posting and reading Class Notes.
- E-mail Forwarding
Georgetown Alumni have free lifetime e-mail forwarding services using the Georgetown e-mail address. Log in with your netID to edit your e-mail forwarding settings.
- Online Alumni Directory
Keep in touch with your fellow alumni no matter where they are through the online university-wide alumni directory. Log in, update your profile and locate old friends and classmates, or discover alums in your area.
New 2015 Alumni Directory
Georgetown University Alumni Association (GUAA) is excited to partner with Publishing Concepts, Inc. (PCI) to manage the update and publishing of a new alumni directory. The project began in March of 2014 and will last through the fall of 2014, with printed directories shipping to those who order them in the spring of 2015.
In addition to producing the printed directory, GUAA will work to make significant enhancements to the password-protected online directory currently found at Georgetown Alumni Online. All alumni are encouraged to confirm their contact information and communication preferences as PCI begins its outreach this spring.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. I received an email/postcard/phone call from a company asking for my personal information. They said they were working on a directory for Georgetown University. Is this a legitimate project?
This is a Georgetown University project, and we thank you for participating. Georgetown University Alumni Association has partnered with Publishing Concepts, Inc. (PCI) to produce a new alumni directory. The new directory will allow the university and the Alumni Association to receive important updates to our alumni database in order to better serve all alumni in the future.
2. How do I know my information will only be used for directory purposes?
Georgetown University Alumni Association has a contractual agreement with PCI that states that the names, addresses and information provided to PCI by Georgetown are solely for the purpose of publication in the alumni directory and will be held confidential by PCI. Upon completion of the project, PCI will also return any and all electronic files supplied by Georgetown or produced in connection with the directory.
3. Who can purchase a directory?
The Georgetown University alumni directory will be available for sale only to Georgetown University alumni.
4. How can I verify and update my information?
You may update your information by calling 1-855-376-1934 and speaking with a representative dedicated to the Georgetown alumni directory project who will verify the information on file for you and make updates as needed.
If you have received an email with an embedded link, you may use that link to go online and review or update your information. You also have the option to email your request to PCI customer service at firstname.lastname@example.org.
5. I’d like to be included in the directory but prefer not to speak with an outside vendor. Is there a way to do this?
You may also contact the Georgetown University Alumni Association to provide your current information at 202-687-3604.
6. Can I choose to have some or all of my information omitted from the directory?
When you call to update your information, you may let the PCI representative know what information you would prefer to have included. You may also contact the Georgetown University Alumni Association with this information at 202-687-3604.
7. When will I receive my directory?
The directory update will take about 12 months to complete. Directories will be distributed in the spring of 2015.
8. I ordered a directory over the phone and would like to cancel my order. How may I do this?
Contact the PCI customer service help desk at 1-800-395-4724 for assistance with order cancellations.
The Spirit of Georgetown
A Portal for Alumni and the Georgetown Family
As the nation's oldest Catholic and Jesuit university, Georgetown is committed to the lively integration of learning, faith, and service This site offers an array of innovative opportunities to grow in your faith intellectually and spiritually, to learn about faith traditions other than your own, and to make concrete connections between faith and justice. As we do on our campuses, we try here to extend cura personalis to our alumni, caring for them—mind, body and spirit—in the uniqueness of their daily lives.
This site is made possible through the generous support of donors and the Georgetown University Alumni Association.
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- Mission and Ministry Newsletter
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- Woodstock Theological Center
- Center for Social Justice, Research, Teaching & Service
- Berkley Center for Religion, Peace & World Affairs