Alumni Square is an upperclass student residential complex completed in 1980 and comprised of four buildings named after Georgetown alumni: Groves, Beh, McBride, and McCahill. The complex is constructed right outside the University gates around a grassy courtyard with shade trees, park benches, hammocks and a brick walkway from O Street to N Street. The location offers a great place to study during the spring!

photo of renovated alumni square living room  photo of renovated alumni square kitchen 

photo of renovated alumni square bathroom  photo of renovated alumni square bedroom 


Apartment Features

  • Four-person apartments

  • Average apartment square footage: 778.92

  • Living room is furnished with:
    • sofa, two armchairs, two lamps, coffee table, end table, dining room table with four chairs, large shelf unit
  • Kitchen is furnished with:
    • gas range, garbage disposal, cabinets and drawers under the counter, cabinets overhead, full-size refrigerator (may be placed outside of the kitchen)
  • New windows, shades and LED lighting as of Summer 2017
  • Cable TV (RCN) service is no longer supported in Alumni Square. Cable TV service is supported only in Village A, Village C, Nevils, and Townhouses.

Room Features

  • Each bedroom has:
    •  built-in bunk beds
    • two full size closets
    • two built-in desks with lights
    • overhead shelves
    • chairs for each desk
  • The bathroom is divided into two rooms:
    • outer room contains two sinks, cabinet space and a large mirror
    • inner room contains a toilet and tub/shower

mailing information


Students Full Name
East Campus RHO
Alumni Square & Apartment Number
Georgetown University
3700 O St. NW

Washington, DC 20057

Letter Mail

Students Full Name
Alumni Square & Apartment Number
Mailbox Number

Georgetown University
3700 O St. NW
Washington, DC 20057

Community Director

photo of the Alumni Square Community Director: Kendall Valente
  Kendall Valente 

Community Directors are professional live-in staff members employed by the University. These professionals work directly with students, Chaplains-in-Residence, Faculty-in-Residence and campus partners to create a formative living learning environment for our students. Community Directors oversee the Resident Assistant staff within their residential community and develop and implement community educational plans.