Georgetown University Alumni Association

The mission of the Georgetown University Alumni Association is to generate goodwill and support for the University and to foster a lifelong connection among alumni, our alma mater, and the global Georgetown community.

The Alumni Association connects with 215,000+ alumni globally through alumni clubs, professional alliances, lifelong learning and career webinars, Hoya Gateway, and a broad array of social, educational, charitable, athletic, and fundraising events.

Did you know that all Georgetown alumni are members of the GUAA? Learn more about our history, how we recognize outstanding members of our community and how you can get involved.

Mital Shah- Co-Founder South Asian Society and Rangeela at Georgetown speaks with Hemal Mehta (MSB'02)
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Connecting alumni for more than a century

Since the 1880s, Georgetown’s Alumni Association has helped alumni participate in each other’s lives and in the life of the university. Read about GUAA’s origins—and its many milestones.

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Recognizing exemplary members of our alumni community

Each year, we celebrate a number of Hoyas for their exceptional leadership, accomplishments, and service.

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Why Join the Board of Governors?

As the elected board of the GUAA, the BoG sets the association’s strategic direction, and serves as a channel for alumni engagement and feedback. Interested in becoming a Governor? Read about the application process. Find out why in this short video.

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Meet Executive Director Julie Farr (C’88, Parent’19, P’21, P’24) and President Kelly Mulvoy Mangan (SFS’91, Parent’25)

Learn how they promote the mission of the Alumni Association by fostering goodwill, connection, and support among Georgetown’s 215,000+ alumni around the world.

Quick Links

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The Robert and Bernice Wagner Alumni House is the headquarters of the GUAA and a “home away from home” for all alumni to connect with one another.

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Reed Alumni Residence, the home of the executive director of the Georgetown University Alumni Association (GUAA), serves as a meeting and event space for the greater Georgetown community.

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See the lyrics to these classic Georgetown anthems and hear a rousing rendition sung by your fellow alumni.