Administrative Groups

The Center for Student Engagement directly supports a variety of Administrative Groups. These organizations are not affiliated with an advisory board. Click below for more information and work closely with their advisor to enrich the co-curricular opportunities on campus.

Georgetown Program Board (GPB)

The mission of GPB is to create an atmosphere of community spirit at Georgetown, and to provide high-quality, low-cost entertainment for the entire undergraduate campus community.

Georgetown University Lecture Fund (GULF)

The Georgetown University Lecture Fund is a nonpartisan student-run organization that exists to enrich the academic experience of the Georgetown community by bringing outside speakers that educate, entertain, and foster dialogue.

Georgetown University Farmer’s Market (GUFM)

The Georgetown University Farmers’ Market was founded to improve access and availability of healthy, fresh food on Georgetown’s campus. GUFM aim to promote the benefits of local and sustainable agriculture, to support local businesses, to encourage a holistic view of nutrition, and to develop a community engaged in these topics.

Georgetown University Student Veterans Association (GUSVA)

The mission of the GUSVA is to advocate on behalf of all veterans, military dependent family members, active duty service members, and reserve/national guard members currently enrolled at Georgetown University to succeed in higher education and beyond.

Transfer Council (TC)

The Transfer Council supports and advocates for all students who transfer to Georgetown University. TC works to ensure that transfers feel welcome and are given the resources not only to succeed, but also to thrive. TC’s purpose includes advocating to improve the admissions process, orientation process, housing process and placement, academic life, and career preparation. Additionally, TC engages in programing to build an inclusive Transfer community.

Senior Class Committee

The Senior Class Committee (SCC) of Georgetown University facilitates a memorable last year at Georgetown by exposing seniors to culturally diverse experiences, charitable services, and transitional activities geared towards post collegiate life. The Senior Class Committee plans the major Senior social events including Disorientation, Senior Homecoming, Senior Parents & Family Weekend, Senior Auction, and Senior Week. SCC also hosts lectures by some of Georgetown’s most distinguished faculty, organize Career Education Center events, invite young alumni to advise and speak to Seniors, and host community outreach and service initiatives.