Graduate Students

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.

Learn How to Finance Graduate School

The Office of Student Financial Services has a new location! We are serving students and families in-person in the Reiss Science Building, Suite 200 and virtually, during our regular business hours of 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. ET Monday–Friday.  If you would like to setup a virtual meeting with a member of your financial aid advising team, please contact our office via email by navigating to the “Contact Us” page on this website. A staff member will respond to your email promptly.

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.

For the supplemental International PROFILE application for the Graduate CARES Act Relief Fund, click here (new window). Please upload the completed application to our secure upload directory.

Financing Graduate School

Research funding opportunities to meet your full cost of attendance.

Financing Education

Cost Attendance

Learn more about the educational expenses of your program.

Educational Expenses

How to Apply

Review application requirements and deadlines.

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