|Georgetown College (1789–1814)|
|Motto||Utraque Unum (Latin)|
Motto in English
|Both into One|
|Type||Private nonprofit university|
|Established||January 23, 1789|
|Roman Catholic (Jesuit)|
|Endowment||$1.661 billion (2017)|
|President||John J. DeGioia|
(1,291 full-time / 882 part-time)
|Campus||Urban 104 acres (42.1 ha)|
|College yell||Hoya Saxa|
|NCAA Division I – Big East|
Patriot League (football)
|Sports||23 varsity sports teams|
11 men's and 12 women's
|Mascot||Jack the Bulldog|
Georgetown University is a Catholic university in Washington, D.C. It was started in 1789 by the Jesuit priest John Carroll. It is the oldest Catholic university in the United States of America. In the 19th century, the university sold more than 300 slaves in order to pay for its expansion.
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