Financial Aid Disbursement/Refund Information
The vast majority of aid for on-campus students has now disbursed to student accounts. If you expect aid that has not disbursed to your student account, please check for any outstanding requirements on MyAccess or contact the Office of Financial Aid.
If a portion of your aid is intended to cover your living expenses, please make sure you follow the required steps outlined by our colleagues in the Office of Student Accounts:
Please contact the Office of Student Accounts with any questions about your bill or the refund process. During orientation week, the Student Accounts staff is located in McDonough room 200.
Georgetown Law Quadruples Yellow Ribbon Support to Veterans
Because of the generous support from its donors, Georgetown Law is proud to dramatically expand its assistance to student-veterans. Beginning in the Fall 2013 semester, Georgetown Law will provide up to $10,000 per year to eligible degree-seeking veteran students as part of the VA's Yellow Ribbon program. This amount will be matched by the VA to total up to $20,000 per year and is in addition to other possible Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits for which our veteran students may be eligible. A typical, fully-eligible Georgetown Law veteran student is expected to receive through these programs up to approximately $39,000 per year in tuition reduction.
Georgetown Law's Office of Financial Aid is proud to provide students, prospective students and alumni with the highest level of professional service and counseling. Our staff does more than just process loans and other aid -- we are available to help answer almost any financial-related question you may have.
Charles W. Pruett
Assistant Dean for Financial Aid