Giving News

Whether through advancements in business and technology, breakthroughs in medicine and research, or by leading changes in law or social policy, gifts of every size help Georgetown have an even greater impact on the areas that matter most to the Georgetown community. By investing in scholarships and student life, faculty and academic support, capital improvement, and transformative opportunities, we drive the university's continued leadership and distinction in higher education. Read the latest news on university giving and how Georgetown's culture of philanthropy helps us to touch the world.

Wall Street Alliance Scholarship Dinner Raises $1.8M in One Night
Mar 2016

Wall Street Alliance Scholarship Dinner Raises $1.8M in One Night

The 16th annual Georgetown University Wall Street Alliance Scholarship Dinner raised a record-breaking $1.8 million to provide scholarships to undergraduate students. Guided by the philanthropic...
A Commitment to Scholarships for International Students
Feb 2016

A Commitment to Scholarships for International Students

In order to enrich classroom discussion and community experiences, Georgetown is deepening its commitment to providing scholarships to deserving students from around the world. Below are highlights...
Nov 2015

School of Medicine’s New Amphitheater Dedicated to W. Proctor Harvey

On Oct. 23, the newly completed W. Proctor Harvey Clinical Teaching Amphitheater was dedicated to its namesake, noted cardiologist and esteemed Georgetown University School of Medicine professor W. Proctor Harvey, MD. The dedication was part of the School of Medicine’s reunion weekend.

Oct 2015

Endowed Gallery Expands Art Space

Georgetown will open a 2,500-square-foot art gallery in the Edmund A. Walsh Building in fall 2017 after receiving an unspecified donation from alumni Maria (CAS ’87) and Alberto de la Cruz (CAS ’89).

Oct 2015

Cancer Drug Improved Cognition and Motor Skills in Small Parkinson’s Clinical Trial

An FDA-approved drug for leukemia improved cognition, motor skills and non-motor function in patients with Parkinson’s disease and Lewy body dementia in a small phase I clinical trial, report researchers at Georgetown University Medical Center (GUMC) in Washington. In addition, the drug,...

Oct 2015

$50M Gift to Georgetown Funds Athletics Leadership Program, Facilities

A $50 million gift to Georgetown will support an innovative leadership program for the university’s 750 student-athletes and fund the completion of the sports field situated in the heart of campus.

Jul 2015

O’Neill Family Continues Commitment to Simulation Center

A $100,000 commitment from Georgetown graduates Linda O’Neill (NHS’77) and Timothy O’Neill (L’77) will help advance new activities within the innovative simulation center they supported through a naming gift over a decade ago.

May 2014

Bill Doyle on the Doyle Program for Engaging Difference at Georgetown University

A gift from PotashCorp President and CEO William J. Doyle has enabled Georgetown University to permanently endow an initiative designed to educate a new generation of leaders for a globalizing world. Doyle (C'72) is a member of Georgetown's Board of Directors and chairs the For Generations to...

Nov 2013

Inaugural Bergeron Lecturer Illuminates Research on Stroke Recovery

Georgetown University Medical Center (GUMC) faculty and students, researchers from MedStar National Rehabilitation Network (MedStar NRH) and interested community members heard Theresa Jones, PhD, describe exciting research about post-stroke recovery and rehabilitation during the Inaugural George...

Nov 2013

Georgetown Athletics Receives Its Largest Gift Ever

Georgetown University's Department of Athletics has received its largest gift ever, a $5 million commitment from Edward (C'66) and Irene Shaw.