Rules for Senior Week

1. Registration will take place May 7 and 8 in Leavey Program Room.  Please bring your Go Card and a government issued ID to receive a bracelet.  If you are unable to register at these times, registration will also be available for the first hour of all on-campus events.

2. You must have a bracelet to attend all Senior Week events, and to secure the integrity of the week, these bracelets are ONLY issued to seniors.  Senior Week events are, as the name implies for seniors only and not open to underclassmen, family members or friends.  Even if you are only considering attending a few events, you still must register and receive a bracelet.  Bracelets must be worn all week and cannot be removed or shared.  DPS and event staff will strictly enforce these rules, so please comply.

3. You must have completed all work sanction hours and be in good standing with the Office of Student Conduct and the Office of Off Campus Student Life before you can participate inSenior Week activities.  No exceptions will be made.  If you have outstanding violations through the Office of Student Conduct for which work sanction hours were assigned, you must resolve those before you will be issued a senior week bracelet.  Please resolve such issues through the respective offices, particularly the Office of Student Conduct, located on the 5th floor of the Leavey Center, during business hours M-F, 9am – 5pm.  Questions can be emailed to

4.  Please make sure you bring one form of government ID to ALL off campus events, including any bar nights, President’s Picnic and Senior Ball.  Since each of these events occurs off campus, they will not recognize the Senior Week bracelet as a proper verification of age.

5. Please take note of which events have alcohol served at them, and which do not.  As a warning, please do not bring alcohol to any event.  In the event that you do, your bracelet will be cut off and you will not be able to participate in subsequent events.

6. Remember that all Senior Week apparel is given away on a first come first serve basis.

7.  If you would like a vegetarian option at Senior Picnic on Wednesday, May 13, please note that in the registration form or email

8. Senior Week events take place in a variety of venues which are accessible to people using wheelchairs or other mobility-related devices.  Several events occur off-campus and may involve transportation to and from the event. Requests for accommodations related to a disability should be emailed to by Friday, May 1.  A good faith effort will be made to accommodate requests made after May 1.

9. Senior Convocation will be held on Thursday, May 14 at 2:00 PM in McDonough Arena with a reception to follow in Leo’s.   We strongly encourage you to attend.  Convocation is our unified commencement with music, special presentations by President DeGioia, your fellow Georgetown students and an alumni speaker.

10. Senior Ball Tickets will be available for purchase online and should be printed out and brought to Senior Ball. There will be printing stations available at limited times, but please plan ahead and print your tickets to save time for you and your family.