COVID-19: Georgetown University Campus Community Memory Project
This digital collection documents the experiences, in their own words and images, of Georgetown University faculty, staff, and students during the COVID-19 pandemic, beginning in February 2020. The stories, reflections, and images found here are being collected as a record of how this unique time impacted University operations, as well as how it disrupted the normal, day-to-day life of members of the Georgetown University community and of how they responded and adapted to those disruptions.
If you would like to add your story, please fill out this Google form. Submissions will be kept as a permanent records of Georgetown's history in the University Archives, whose mission is to collect and preserve material which tells the story of Georgetown University and of its administrators, faculty, staff, and students.
The material in this collection is available for research use; content creators retain copyright over their material. Please consult the Library’s copyright resources page for more information on using copyrighted materials.