Hoyas 2018 Coverage

Read about Commencement 2018, May 17-20. Watch the ceremonies. Share your experiences on social using #Hoyas2018.

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Georgetown Graduates Thousands Of Students During Commencement 2018

 Georgetown celebrates the achievements of its more than 6,000 graduates and the faculty, family and friends who support and inspire them during 2018 Commencement Weekend, May 17-20. View photos and read more about Commencement 2018 Weekend.

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Meet the Class of 2018

Students in the Class of 2018, having won prestigious scholarships, conducted groundbreaking research, studied abroad and participated in public service activities during their time at Georgetown, are ready to make their impact on the world. Read more about members of the Class of 2018.

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Champion Diversity and Be Brave, Alumna Tells Graduating Seniors

Pamela Nwaoko (C’10) hopes to inspire graduating seniors to believe in and work to advance diversity as she delivers her address at Senior Convocation. Read more about Pamela Nwaoko.

Since arriving at Georgetown in 2014, this year's graduating class has experienced 124 Chicken Finger Thursdays; Six snow days; 14 Marvel movie releases; and 1,365 days since receiving their cap and gown at New Student Orientation.

Ursula Burns speaks at a lectern dressed in academic regalia.

Business Graduates Asked to Actively Engage in Change for Better

Ursula Burns, the first black woman to lead a Fortune 500 company, shares her story of perseverance with Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business graduates and asks them to emerge from the sidelines and actively engage in change so that future generations do not face the same obstacles she encountered.

Luci Baines Johnson

Johnson Asks ‘Heroic Generation’ to Lead in Health Care

Luci Baines Johnson, businesswoman and second daughter of President Lyndon Baines Johnson and First Lady Lady Bird Johnson, tells graduates of the School of Nursing & Health Studies to dream, serve, and live a “purpose-driven life.”

Smiling graduates celebrate commencement.

Speakers Announced for Commencement 2018 Ceremonies

Secretary-General of the United Nations António Guterres, Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-District of Columbia) and former MIT President Susan Hockfield (G’79) are among those scheduled to speak at the university’s 2018 Commencement ceremonies May 17-20. Read more about the 2018 Commencement speakers.