Thank you for visiting the GAAP website! Here you will learn more about the largest student organization at Georgetown where Hoyas come together to share their love for the Hilltop with prospective and accepted students.
Mission Statement: The Georgetown Admissions Ambassador Program (GAAP) is a volunteer, student-run organization dedicated to helping prospective and accepted students discover Georgetown. Through our various admission outreach initiatives on and off campus, including winter receptions, high school visits, admitted student phone calling, and our three annual accepted students’ weekends, GAAP aspires to promote Georgetown. We believe that such activities will help prospective students gain greater insight into the Georgetown experience and ultimately choose to become Hoyas.
Please check out the GAAP Blog to learn more about various Georgetown experiences, ranging from applying, choosing Georgetown, to a typical day on campus. All written from the perspective of current students!
GAAP has an active presence at Georgetown, with a general membership of over 600 students. The organization is directed by the Student Executive Board, which is composed of 11 current undergraduate students.
Feel free to use this website to learn more about Georgetown during the Admissions process. Browse the GAAP Chairs profiles to find Hoyas from your home state or country.
We look forward to helping you to discover Georgetown and hope to see you on the Hilltop soon!
Note: the GAAP Office is part of the Undergraduate Admissions Office. However, GAAP is not directly involved in the Admissions process. Our members do not evaluate applications, work in the Admissions Office, or otherwise. GAAP is directed by the Student Executive Board and receives advice and support from the Undergraduate Admissions Office.