Club Resources

Join Club Leaders on Facebook

Ask questions, promote events, share best practices on this closed Facebook group available only for club leadership. To join, request access by searching GUAA Club Leaders on Facebook or by clicking here.

Technical Questions and Training Guides

If you have questions about the iModules system, e-mail theGODesk@georgetown.edu, and our system experts will get back to you with solutions and advice, usually the same day. If you would like to get trained on any of the technology platforms provided for club leaders, you can watch training videos, view quickstart guides, and request access to platforms at the GOdesk website.

Email

AlumniClubs@georgetown.edu – Please note, this email box is checked twice weekly by a member of the Regional Engagement team.

Net ID & Password Issues

Contact Georgetown UIS for this information by calling at 1-855-687-4949 or by visiting their website at https://uis.georgetown.edu.

Managing your Club

We recommend a few standard terms in order to make life easier in terms of logistics. Mirroring the University fiscal year (July 1 – June 30) is required and the same election cycle and membership year is highly recommended. Record keeping and financial compliance are a very important aspect of club logistics. Visit the Compliance section to learn more. Regular board meetings are strongly recommended in order to maintain momentum and optimize alumni engagement in your region. Read more

The Alumni Association & The Board of Governors

Founded in 1881, the Georgetown University Alumni Association has grown to include more than 175,000 alumni from all 50 states and more than 110 countries. The mission of the Georgetown University Alumni Association is to generate goodwill and support for the University and to foster a lifelong... Read more

Club Advisors

We have four Regional Vice Chairs who are all experts in Georgetown Alumni Clubs and are representatives from the Board of Governors Alumni Clubs Committee. Each is assigned to a geographic region based on their personal understanding of the unique challenges that their region faces. Many have previously led various different clubs and all have in the past held leadership roles. As ambassadors of the Alumni Clubs Committee these Vice Chairs hold quarterly calls with their regions to discuss best practices and discuss topics of interest for their clubs. Read more