Soul Hoya Alumni Group

The Soul Hoya Alumni Group is primarily composed of Black alumni of Georgetown University. It was established in 2009 to foster social camaraderie, plan community service, and support scholarships for current Georgetown students.

About the Soul Hoya Alumni Group

The Soul Hoya Alumni Group is now an official Georgetown University Black Alumni Council community. The Black Alumni Council is the first-ever affinity group within the Georgetown University Alumni Association.

The Black Alumni Council brings together well-established leadership structures and events that have engaged Black alumni over the years. The journey to create the Black Alumni Council began a few years ago when a group of Black alumni leaders, including the leadership of the Georgetown University African-American Advisory Board (GUAAAB), the Black Alumni Summit (BAS), the Soul Hoya Alumni Group (Soul Hoyas), and other Black alumni engaged at the leadership level in various aspects of the university, mobilized to create a structure that would represent the voices, insight, and input of all Black alumni.

The initial Black Alumni Council launch year will lean on the volunteer leadership of the three founding organizations, including the Soul Hoya Alumni Group. The Soul Hoya Alumni Group’s signature event, Soul Hoya Reunion Weekend, is now a signature event of the Black Alumni Council. Soul Hoya Reunion Weekend (part of Georgetown Reunion Weekend) is a way to reconnect with our fellow alumni, remember our shared experiences, and re-engage with the institution that played such a vital part in our educational and personal growth.

The leadership of Soul Hoya Reunion Weekend invites you to learn more about the Black Alumni Council’s mission and explore the new website, which highlights signature programs and events including Soul Hoya Reunion Weekend.