Discover the notable alumni of Georgetown University. The list includes people like Bradley Cooper, Bill Clinton, Ivanka Trump, Maria Shriver & David Muir. This list of notable alumni is loosely sorted by popularity and has people from different domains of life, such as leaders, media personalities, lawyers & judges, intellectuals & academics and film & theater personalities etc.
Bradley CooperBradley Cooper
05 January 1975, American
Actor
Bill ClintonBill Clinton
19 August 1946, American
 

Ivanka TrumpIvanka Trump
30 October 1981, American
Daughter of Donald Trump

Maria ShriverMaria Shriver
06 November 1955, American
Journalist

J. Edgar HooverJ. Edgar Hoover
01 January 1895, American
First Director of FBI

John DeanJohn Dean
14 October 1938, American
Author
David MuirDavid Muir
08 November 1973, American
Journalist

Kelly RohrbachKelly Rohrbach
21 January 1990, American
Model & Actress

Antonin ScaliaAntonin Scalia
11 March 1936, American
 

Chris SaccaChris Sacca
12 May 1975, American
Venture Investor
Jonathan NolanJonathan Nolan
06 June 1976, British, American
Screenwriter, Director, Producer

Kayleigh McEnanyKayleigh McEnany
18 April 1988, American
Political Commentator
Greta Van SusterenGreta Van Susteren
11 June 1954, American
News Anchor

Eileen BrennanEileen Brennan
03 September 1932, American
Actress

Kate SnowKate Snow
10 May 1969, American
TV Journalist
Michael SteeleMichael Steele
19 October 1958, American
Politician

James MurrayJames Murray
01 May 1976, American
Comedian
Laura ChinchillaLaura Chinchilla
28 March 1959, Costa Rican
Former President of Costa Rica

Christina SchwarzeneggerChristina Schwarzenegger
23 July 1991, American
Arnold Schwarzenegger's Daughter

Patrick EwingPatrick Ewing
05 August 1962, American
Basketball player, Basketball coach
Dikembe MutomboDikembe Mutombo
25 June 1966
Basketball player

David PetraeusDavid Petraeus
07 November 1952, American
Officer
Pramila JayapalPramila Jayapal
1965 AD, Indian, American
politician, state senator

William Kennedy SmithWilliam Kennedy Smith
04 September 1960, American
Physician

Alexander HaigAlexander Haig
02 December 1924, American
Diplomat, Politician, Military personnel,

Paul VolckerPaul Volcker
05 September 1927, American
Economist, Banker
Saad HaririSaad Hariri
18 April 1970, Lebanese, Saudi Arabian
Politician
Julia CameronJulia Cameron
04 March 1948, American
Screenwriter, Film director, Novelist, Poet

Malcolm D. LeeMalcolm D. Lee
11 January 1970, American
Director

James L. JonesJames L. Jones
19 December 1943, American
Officer

David HeroldDavid Herold
16 June 1842, American
Politician
Paul TagliabuePaul Tagliabue
24 November 1940, American
Lawyer

Francis Parker YockeyFrancis Parker Yockey
18 September 1917, American
Philosopher, Historian, Writer, Pianist, Lawyer,

Sandra FlukeSandra Fluke
17 April 1981, American
Lawyer

Adolph DubsAdolph Dubs
04 August 1920, American
Diplomat, Politician

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Doug CaseyDoug Casey
American
Author, Economist
Matthew VanDykeMatthew VanDyke
11 June 1979, American
Journalist, Documentary filmmaker, Revolutionary

Sławomir SkrzypekSławomir Skrzypek
10 May 1963, Polish
Economist, Banker
Situated in Washington D.C., is the private, non-profit research university that is Georgetown University. With an overall average enrollment of almost 18,000 individuals, Georgetown offers degrees in forty-eight fields of study. Being the oldest Catholic and Jesuit-affiliated institution of higher education in the country, Georgetown University lives up to its rich historical hferitage of being one of the finest universities in the United States. The nine schools under Georgetown University offer the students rigorous programs that enhance their vision and guide them towards achieving their goals. It has been classified as ‘most selective’ when it comes to attaining admission to the college as per U.S. News & World Report. With the student body strength touching 8,000, Georgetown University is a place where diverse cultures thrive, with students representing over 129 different countries. The prestigious alumni’s of the university have gone on to win 23 Rhodes Scholarships, 21 Marshall Scholarships, 26 Truman Scholarships and 14 Mitchell Scholarships. People from different walks of life are given the opportunity to excel in various fields such as Law, Arts & Sciences, Medicine, Business, Nursing, and Foreign Service and so on. Some noteworthy personalities who studied at Georgetown University include Bill Clinton, Bradley Cooper, Antonin Scalia and Patrick Ewing. Here is a list of eminent celebrities from Georgetown University who have inspired, motivated and left a mark in various spheres of life.