The Brokmeyer SocietyThe Brokmeyer Society is the Georgetown College’s student-run philosophy organization.

The group is named for Henry Brokmeyer, a Georgetown College student of the 19th-century who went on to become Lieutenant Governor of Missouri. Brokmeyer was a founding member of the first philosophical society and the first philosophical journal in North America–the Journal of Speculative Philosophy, which remains an important scholarly journal of American Philosophy today.

In movie nights, informal discussions, guest speakers, and cookout get-togethers the philosophy faculty and students enjoy visiting in a relaxed atmosphere.