President and Directors of Georgetown College
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The President and Directors of Georgetown College is the governing body of Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. In contrast to the Board of Regents and the Board of Governors, which serve advancement and alumni affairs functions, respectively, as well as advisory roles to the President, the President and Directors of Georgetown College is the legal entity of the incorporated Georgetown University. The authority of the body is enumerated in the 1815 federal charter of Georgetown University passed by the Thirteenth United States Congress and signed by President James Madison. The corporate charter of the University was amended by "An Act to Incorporate Georgetown College in the District of Columbia" in 1844. The legal name of the University was clarified by (Public Law 89-631 ) passed by the 89th Congress and signed by President Lyndon Johnson on October 4, 1966, which authorized the institution to operate under the style of "Georgetown University" and permitted the University to exercise the powers granted to nonprofit corporations under the "District of Columbia Nonprofit Corporation Act" of 1962.
As of 2015, the Board of Directors comprises 38 members, including a Chair, two Vice Chairs, and the President of Georgetown University who serves ''ex officio'' as a member of the board of directors.
== Current composition ==
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