Through a combination of financing options — external scholarships, employer benefits, VA benefits; merit-based aid and fellowships; and federal student loans and outside resources — graduate students at Georgetown can afford to fully cover their cost to attend the university.
Georgetown University remains open and dedicated to excellence in providing key services to our community. But, in response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and the decision to shift to a virtual environment, some University resources may be most easily accessible through alternate means.
The Office of Student Financial Services remains committed to providing our standard level of excellent service. At this time, we will do so virtually, rather than in-person, during our regular business hours. Please contact our staff via email with any questions you may have regarding your financial aid.
For more information on the University’s response to COVID-19, please visit www.georgetown.edu/coronavirus. You can also call Georgetown University’s main campus helpline to be connected to the appropriate university representative to answer your question. 202-784-3510 Available 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. ET Monday–Friday. If this is an emergency, please call the Georgetown University Police Department at 202-687-4343.
The following pages will guide you through the financial aid process and provide information on how to finance your graduate education at Georgetown. For detailed information on student loans, visit the Federal Loans resource page.
If you are interested in applying for financial aid for Masters of Professional Studies (MPS) program, visit the School of Continuing Studies Graduate Programs page.
If you are interested in applying for financial aid for Nursing and Health Studies (NHS) Graduate Nursing Online program, visit the NHS Graduate Nursing Online page.