Student organizations at GU-Q promote a vibrant campus life that informs an education fit for future global leaders. In the Jesuit tradition, GU-Q's diverse array of activities empowers students to improve themselves, serve their communities, and make a positive impact on the world.
Through their involvement in student organizations, Hoyas experience personal growth, build professional skills, reinforce a commitment to lifelong learning, and become "Women and Men for Others."
GU-Q Student Clubs are created, driven, and managed entirely by students. They represent a wide range of cultural, performance, and academic interests.
Student Programs are annual hallmarks of the GU-Q experience. These co-curricular activities are opportunities for deep educational and personal growth. Programs include local educational outreach, off-campus retreats, and our experiential learning programs.
Student committees at GU-Q plan and execute specific campus events traditions for the Georgetown community. Highlights include Open Mic Night, Georgetown Day, and the annual International Ball, which are organized and run by the student-led Hoya Planning Board (HPB).
GU-Q offers its students a wide range of competitive inter-collegiate athletic opportunities. The five teams currently competing for the Blue & Gray include the Women's Basketball and Football teams as well as the Men's Basketball, Football, and Cricket teams. For more information, please visit the Athletics page.
Oversight and Governance Organizations
The GU-Q Student Government Association (SGA) is the primary representative voice advocating for student interests. The SGA works closely with the Student Activities Commission (SAC) to allocate funding to clubs and committees. The SAC Constitution can be found on the SGA page.