The Office of Student Financial Services is responsible for publishing the following information on the site.

Net Price Calculator
Student Loan Information 


Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) Disclosures

Georgetown University's Office of Compliance and Ethics publishes details about a variety of topics that may be of interest to students and families, including accreditation information, information on undergraduate and graduate programs, standards for satisfactory academic progress, graduation rates, health and safety information, and Intercollegiate Athletic Program Participation rates and financial support data.  Click here to view the disclosures.


Voter Registration

For information on Voter Registration, please refer to the Georgetown University Registrar


Code of Conduct

Both Georgetown University and Washington, D.C., have a code of conduct to determine standards for relationships between Georgetown representatives and educational lenders. 

Georgetown Code of Conduct

Washington, D.C. Code of Conduct


Net Price Calculator

You can estimate your own expected family financial responsibility and need-based financial aid award through the College Board's Net Price Calculator using your student's and parent's most recent tax returns. The Net Price Calculator only provides an estimate of a student's expected family financial responsibility, and its accuracy is based in part on the accuracy of financial information you provide; it should be used by prospective undergraduate students and parents who are U.S. citizens and permanent residents only. The estimate is based on the 2015-16 academic year.


 

Student Loan Information


Gainful Employment 

We provide gainful employment disclosures to demonstrate graduates' income in relation to their debts. 

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