The information below is for incoming students for the 2017-18 academic year only.

Current first-year students who have not yet but still wish to apply for financial aid for the 2016-17 academic year should contact the Office of Financial Aid for more information.


To apply for financial aid at Georgetown Law, please follow the steps below.  If you have questions, please contact the Office of Financial Aid.  Certain applicants may be contacted for specific additional information, which must be submitted before the application will be considered complete.  Only prospective full-time students may apply for grant assistance.


Step

Applicants for Grant and Loan Assistance

Applicants for Loan Assistance Only

1

  • Required for all federal aid applicants
  • Use school code G21075
  • Parent information is NOT required

2

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  • Required for grant applicants only
  • Use school code 7306
  • MUST include parents' information *

3

4

  • Log-in with official GU NetID -- NOT your Admitted Student Website username and password
  • See instructions in step 3 above
  • Must set security questions and new password at NetID Password Management System BEFORE attempting to log-in to Yellow Application

5

Review Award Notice

Review Award Notice

  • Tentative award notice will be e-mailed approx. 3 weeks after application is completed

6

Submit Tax Documents

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  • Copies of student's, spouse's and parents' 2015 federal tax return and W-2s required if award includes Dean's Tuition Grant assistance
  • You may e-mail, fax or mail

7

Complete Loan Documents
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Complete Loan Documents
coming soon

8

Georgetown Law
Blue Application
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Georgetown Law
Blue Application
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* Georgetown Law requires parental information for all grant applicants, regardless of student age, marital status or financial independence.  Students must provide information for each living parent, even if they are divorced, separated or were never married.  Step-parent information is not required.  If you believe extraordinary circumstances prevent you from complying with these requirements, please contact the Office of Financial Aid in writing with an explanation.  Exemptions are rarely granted.

If your parents are divorced, separated or were never married, one parent (it does not matter which one) may complete the Divorced/Separated Parent Information Worksheet and submit it in hard copy instead of the online form if desired.

In addition, if you or one or more of your parents own a business or farm, your application will not be considered complete without the submission of a completed Business/Farm Supplement.