CMEA Alumni

The Black Alumni Council (BAC) (new window) is the officially recognized affinity organization and shared interest group within the Georgetown University Alumni Association that supports and engages current and future generations of Black Georgetown alumni.

Upcoming Events

  • John Carroll Weekend Dublin: We invite you to join us April 18–21 at John Carroll Weekend to celebrate the incredible work of alumni and friends of the university—and to experience “The Land of Saints and Scholars” with your extended Georgetown family. Register today (new window) and stay tuned for exciting updates about our special BAC programs in Dublin!
  • Soul Hoya Reunion: Join us from May 31–June 2 at Soul Hoya Reunion Weekend! Come home to your family of Hoyas and reconnect with the spirit of Georgetown. Let us know that you are interested (new window)!
  • CMEA Multicultural Reception: Join us June 1st on the hilltop campus during Reunion Weekend. More information to come!
  • Black Alumni Summit: We encourage you to join us from Nov. 14–17 for the 5th Black Alumni Summit. From thought-provoking panels to networking activities and cherished social events, you don’t want to miss this three-day experience! Meet and reconnect with Black alumni and current students across all schools, classes, regions, and professions.Let us know that you’re interested (new window)!
  • Explore our Black Alumni Council Committees: Connect with our BAC community and our vibrant committees (new window). We are always looking for volunteers to lend their time and talents. Reach out to (new window) to express your interest and learn about available roles.

Past Events

Reunion weekend ‘2022

Homecoming ‘2022

CMEA Snapshot 2020-2022:

Support Us As We Support Our Students

Want to reconnect with CMEA?

1. Like the CMEA Facebook page to post any opportunities and stay updated.

2. Make a Contribution! Gifts of all sizes help support our work. 

  • In the special instructions, you may direct your gift to a program that is not already listed. Some of the programs that you can support include: The Book Loan Program, the Community Scholars Program, Undocumented Student Support Services, the Black House, La Casa Latina, Young Leaders in Education about Diversity (YLEAD), Multicultural Graduation Ceremonies, and the Multicultural Reception during Homecoming Weekend. 
  • You can also mail a check to the Center for Multicultural Equity & Access (37th & O Streets, NW – New South Garden Level OSEI Suite – Washington, DC 20057). You can make your check payable to Georgetown University, and in the notes section indicate the program to you want to support or leave it blank.