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THE GEORGETOWN CLUB OF NORTH TEXAS
Follow The Hoyas... The Hoya Football and Hoya Basketball pages are now online. Click on the photos here for details on the teams, their schedules, and lots more information. You can also link to the official Georgetown Athletics page with news on these and other sports.


The Alumni Association...has its own web site as well. It's got plenty of links to Georgetown and includes an events page for alumni. Click here to check our page on the University server, or here for a list of all on-line clubs worldwide. There's even bulletin boards available to reach other alumni.


News Inside the Beltway...is now available through the Internet version of the Washington Post. Readers can sample the front page, local sports, and even a Georgetown directory provided by the paper.


Who We Are...Thanks for visiting the Georgetown Club of North Texas and its local web page. Whether you're an alumnus or just a visitor who may not know much about Georgetown, here's where you will find news and information about our local activities.

The Georgetown Club was founded in 1980 to serve the needs of the growing alumni community in this area. In 1997, there were over 600 alumni, parents, students, and friends of the University within the Club's territory, which not only covers the Dallas Ft. Worth area, but cities such as Wichita Falls, Sherman-Denison, and Waco.

What We Do...Each year, a number of regular Club events are scheduled in the North Texas area. Previous activities have included speakers from the local community and from the University, trips to sporting events, a community service project, and receptions for local students studying at Georgetown. In addition, the Club produces a newsletter and maintains a 24-hour hotline to announce events and for member input.

Here's a summary of recent events:
  • Holiday Party
  • Wine Tasting
  • Family Picnic
  • Young Alumni Happy Hour
  • Mass and Brunch with Georgetown Univ. President
  • Clothing Drive For Children of Bryan's House
  • Alumni Golf Tournament
  • New Student Reception
Getting Involved...Membership dues are $20 per year, which go to defray costs for club events. There are no dues charged to students currently enrolled at Georgetown.A Board of Directors assists a five person Executive Committee in event planning and budgeting. The Board is made up of at-large members as well as the two immediate past presidents of the Club. Alumni interested in joining the Board should contact club president Rodney Johnson for more information.


Georgetown University..., located in Washington, DC and founded in 1789, is the oldest Catholic university in the nation and the first university to be chartered by the United States Congress. Its 104 acre main campus is located along the Potomac River in Washington, D.C., 1.8 miles from the White House and the landmarks of the Nation's Capital.

An undergraduate population of 5,800 men and women come from all fifty states and over 100 foreign countries to study a variety of academic studies in the liberal arts, the natural sciences, international affairs, business, and nursing. The student-faculty ratio is 10:1.

Georgetown is among the most admissions-competitive undergraduate institutions in the nation. For more information or to receive an application, please link to the admissions page on the left.


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N.B.:This page and its links are maintained by members of the Georgetown Club of North Texas, a regional club organized under the auspices of the Georgetown University Alumni Association. Check the Fine Print page for further details.