The Alumni Admissions Program (AAP) is a world wide alumni volunteer organization that coordinates and conducts the interview process for first year and transfer applicants to Georgetown University. Georgetown is among the few schools in the nation to require an admissions interview, and the AAP membership (nearly 5,000 alumni strong) interviews the vast majority of the applicants. Members of the AAP may be involved in the admissions effort in a variety of other ways, including attending receptions, college nights and local business meetings.
The Part I (the Personal Data Form) of the Georgetown application triggers the alumni interview, and the interviews are assigned between September and March. Both the interviewer and the student receive a notice informing them of the interview, and ask the student to take the initiative to contact his/her interviewer.
New Member Interest
If you are a Georgetown alumnus interested in joining the AAP, we would love to hear from you. There are many committees around the country and world that are in need of new interviewers each admissions cycle. Please note that we are currently not recruiting new members since the 2013-14 admissions cycle has begun. If you fill out the AAP Membership Interest Form now, we will be in touch in Summer 2014 to confirm that we have added you to an admissions committee. If you have any questions in the meantime, please call (202) 687 3600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a current AAP interviewer, please visit the AAP website where you can review the handbook, peruse our newsletter, view sample interview reports and more. If you have forgotten your username (Georgetown's NetID) and password or have questions regarding the log-in for the AAP Online System, please click here.