Blue Application Now Available for Incoming Students
Incoming first-year and transfer students may now complete the entire financial aid application process, including the Georgetown Law Blue Application.
Summer Loan Disbursement Information
Summer-term loans for students who have met all loan application and enrollment requirements are expected to disburse to student accounts beginning the week of May 18. Borrowers may request any summer living expense refunds after their loans have disbursed to their student accounts.
Summer Federal Work-Study Application Available
Returning students (even if not enrolled in Summer courses) working on-campus may now apply for Federal Work-Study funding for the Summer 2015 term.
Summer Office Hours Begin Monday, May 18
To better facilitate award processing for the 2015-16 academic year, the Office of Financial Aid will be open to visitors and callers from 10:00-5:00 on Monday-Thursday and closed on Fridays beginning Monday, May 18. Appointments may be arranged outside these times for students, incoming students and alumni upon request as necessary.
2015-16 Financial Aid Application Now Available for All Students
Admitted and returning JD, LLM and MSL students may now apply for financial aid for the 2015-16 academic year (including Summer 2015).
April 17 Deadline For Spring Budget and Loan Adjustments
Students requesting adjustments to their budgets and/or loans for the Spring 2015 semester should submit all required request forms and supporting documents to the Office by April 17.
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. Georgetown Law now provides up to $10,000 per year to eligible degree-seeking veteran students as part of the VA's Yellow Ribbon program. This amount is 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
While the information on this and other pages of this website are thought to be accurate at the time of posting, financial aid requirements, terms and other specifics change regularly and sometimes without notice. In addition, no website can comprehensively provide all information related to any particular financial aid topic. We encourage you to learn more about all financial aid options available to you by exploring this website in conjunction with other resources and by speaking with a member of the Office of Financial Aid staff.
Office of Financial Aid
Prospective students may now estimate their expenses and indebtedness with Georgetown Law's beta financial planning calculator.
Learn more about helping to fund your cost of education through outside scholarships.