georgetown university reunion weekend, june 2-4 2023

Thank you for a wonderful Reunion Weekend!

Reunion 2023 Top 10 Highlights

  1. Over 4,000 alumni, family, and friends converged on the Hilltop for three days of reliving their Georgetown past and catching a glimpse of Georgetown’s future. President John J. DeGioia hosted numerous receptions and discussions throughout the weekend, including Friday’s Reunion Reconnection: A Conversation with Jim Gaffigan (B’88, Parent’26) and Saturday’s University President’s Event.
  2. Over 80 events were held over the weekend, including our newest event, Friday’s Lunch on the Lawn, where alumni ate, drank, and were merry on Healy Lawn!
  3. Georgetown faculty and alumni were featured in several thought-provoking panels and lectures.
  4. Reunion classes collectively raised more than $122 million. See which classes took home this year’s prizes.
  5. More than 15 family-friendly events were offered for alumni with children of all ages, including the Family Science Class, Storytime at the Alumni House, and the All-Class Family Picnic.
  6. Our photographer captured thousands of memories and moments throughout the weekend. View the gallery here.
  7. The deans of Georgetown’s three health-related schools—the School of Health, School of Nursing, and School of Medicine—gathered for a panel discussion to share their expert insights.
  8. Programs inspired by the university’s Catholic and Jesuit heritage provided an opportunity to tour Georgetown’s most sacred spaces, attend Mass, and revisit The Problem of God course.
  9. Alumni couples who met on the Hilltop attended a special champagne toast in their honor at our Love on the Hilltop event.
  10. Alumni celebrated Called to Be: The Campaign for Georgetown.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I need to register in advance?

    While advance registration is strongly encouraged, we understand that it is not always possible. Online registration for Reunion Weekend closes on Tuesday, May 23. However, on-site and late registration will be available in Healy Hall on Friday, June 2 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday, June 3 from 9 a.m. to noon.

  • I’ve already registered and would like to add events to my schedule. How do I do that?

    1. Go to the Reunion Weekend Registration page and select Already Registered in the bottom left corner.
    2. Enter your email address and confirmation number (located in your original confirmation email) and click the Login button.
    3. You will then be redirected to your confirmation page. Scroll down and select Modify Registration located in the center of the page.
    4. This will bring you to your personal information page. Here, if you wish, you can change any information regarding your personal information or that of your guest. Once finished, scroll to the bottom of the page and click Next.
    5. The next page will ask you to confirm whether or not you would like your name displayed on the Who’s Coming page of the Reunion website. After answering Yes or No, click the Next button.
    6. The next screen refers to your registration items, this page will not need your attention. Please press Next to continue. 
    7. The next page is the Sessions page, which will show you all available Reunion Weekend events. Here, you can modify the events you are currently registered for and add more events to your schedule. Once finished, click the Next button.
    8. You will be directed to the Registration Summary page. If your information looks correct, select the Next button.
    9. This will take you to your Order Summary page, where you can add any payment information necessary. Once you have entered your payment information for any paid events added, click Finish.
    10. After updating your registration, you will receive a confirmation email. 
  • What COVID-19 policies will be in place for Reunion 2023?

    For Reunion Weekend 2023, we will be following current Georgetown University campus public health policies in place at the time of the event. For information on current policies, please check out the Georgetown University COVID-19 Resource Center website. 

  • If I choose to attend an event as a walk-in over Reunion Weekend, can I pay with cash or check?

    No. We only accept debit and credit cards as payment methods.

  • When is the last day I can get a full refund?

    The last day to receive a full refund on your reunion registration is Friday, May 19.

  • Can I bring my family and friends?

    You are welcome to bring guests to celebrate with you, including family, friends, and children! Family-friendly events will be denoted as “kid-friendly” in the weekend schedule.

  • How do I get around campus?

    We highly recommend wearing comfortable walking shoes throughout the weekend. Golf carts will be available to anyone on campus needing transportation assistance. Campus maps will be provided at reunion check-in.

  • What should I wear?

    Be sure to check the weather forecast, as spring in Washington, DC can be unpredictable. Daytime temperatures are typically between 75 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit and evening temperatures are between 65 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Temperatures may also vary by room and venue, so for your own comfort, we recommend that you dress in layers. During the day, events and clothing are casual. Please consult the schedule of events for your class party’s recommended attire.

  • Is parking available?

    Parking in the Southwest Quad Parking Garage will be complimentary Saturday, June 3 and Sunday, June 4. On-campus parking is in high demand and will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

  • I’m taking a taxi or rideshare service to or from campus. Where should I get dropped off/picked up?

    Passenger vehicle traffic is very limited on campus. When taking a taxi or other ridesharing service to Georgetown University, the best destination is Healy Gates at 37th & O Street, NW.


  • What if I have special needs?

    Please let us know about any special needs—including dietary requirements or handicap accessibility needs—upon registration by emailing or calling 202-687-2064. We will do our best to accommodate your needs as long as we know about them at least one week prior to the weekend.

  • Where can I purchase Georgetown Memorabilia?

    Purchase your Hoya gear in the Georgetown University bookstore, located in the recently renovated Leavey Center.


  • Where can I eat?

    There are several eateries on campus in Leo O. Donovan Hall, the Leavey Center, and Darnall Hall (the home to Epicurean & Co.). The Tombs and 1789 are located just off campus.

  • Is there an infant feeding room available for use?

    A room is available in Alumni House during the hours of open house where nursing parents can take a break from reunion activities in private.

  • What are resources for childcare?

    White House Nannies: Our recommended childcare provider may be able to provide fully screened and agency-qualified caregivers for individual needs during the weekend. To book a caregiver through White House Nannies, call (301) 655 – 8240 (or toll free at 800-266-9024) and reference Georgetown Reunion Weekend.

    Student Employment Office: The Student Employment Office serves as a clearinghouse for students available for babysitting positions, but it is not a direct matching service. To employ childcare services from Georgetown students, go to the student employment website, click on Off-Campus Employers, then click on Post a Job and complete the required information. We recommend that you post your request at least one week in advance. Please call 202-687-4187 for more information.

    Hotel Referrals: Many hotels offer babysitting referrals. Please check the Accommodations section for a list of hotels and contact them directly about specific offerings.

    Personal Referrals: You can also seek recommendations from classmates or organize babysitters for groups. Your class’s Facebook page can be a great resource for finding a childcare provider.

  • Who can I contact for more information?

    If you have any questions, call the Advancement Events hotline at 202-687-2064 or email Please provide your name, school, class year, and daytime telephone number or email address in your message. Your question will be answered as soon as possible.

Reunion Giving

A great and important way alumni can participate in their class reunion efforts is by making a reunion gift. Every year, it’s a race to see which undergraduate classes will earn recognition for their achievements.

  • Reunion Cup

    Winner: 2018

    Awarded to the reunion class with the greatest percentage of classmates returning for the weekend.

  • Blue & Gray Cup

    Winner: 1973

    Awarded to the reunion class with the largest reunion gift total.

  • President’s Cup

    Winner: 2013

    Awarded to the reunion class with the greatest percentage of donors.

  • Legacy Society Cup

    Winner: 1968

    Awarded to the reunion class with the greatest percentage of alumni who have become members of the Legacy Society by making a planned gift. To become a Legacy Society member or talk with a gift planning representative, please email

  • Loyalty Cup

    Winner: 1978

    Awarded to the reunion class with the largest percentage of classmates who are members of the Loyalty Society.  To learn more, visit the Loyalty Society website or call 800-424-2795.