Non Degree JD Program
Application Requirements and Fees
The Spring 2018 application is now available and will close December 1, 2017.
Completed online application
Current and official transcript for your Juris Doctor degree program, sent directly to the Office of the Registrar (address at bottom of page)
Letter of Good Standing & Enrollment Approval: a letter of good standing which also authorizes your study at Georgetown University Law Center, sent directly to the Office of the Registrar (address at bottom of page)
Non-refundable application fee of $100, due by the application deadline. See below for more information on how to pay this fee.
After your official transcript, letter of good standing/enrollment verification, and application have been reviewed, a response will be sent to you via email. A final admission decision will not be made until all supporting documents, including the official transcript, have been received and evaluated.
*Non-Degree J.D students are charged a non-refundable application fee of $100 which is due by the application deadline. To pay the application fee, please complete the Credit Card Authorization form and either call 202-662-9057 or mail it to the address at the top of the form.
Non-Degree J.D students may enroll in a maximum of six credit hours, and may take no more than two courses per semester. If one is interested in attending Georgetown Law for multiple semesters, an application must be submitted for each semester.
Upon completion of your application and admission to the Non-Degree J.D. program, you will be sent information regarding your registration by The Office of the Registrar.
As Non-Degree J.D. students, any LAWJ course section is available to you, unless a specification is mentioned in the course description or has been mentioned above. Courses requiring a prerequisite will be noted as such in the course's description. If a course has a prerequisite listed, you must have completed that prerequisite or request that the professor teaching the course waive the prerequisite in writing. Non-Degree J.D. students cannot enroll in J.D. first-year or clinical/externship courses, nor can they enroll in a program of Graduate Independent Research.
The non-degree program is NOT available to interested students on a distance basis.
Seat availability in courses will not be determined until one's application is completed and processed. If a course is closed by the time one's application is processed, one will be placed on the waitlist for that course.
Please also review important policies and procedure information.
Upon completion of your application and admission to the Non-Degree J.D. program, you will be sent information and instructions on registration by The Office of the Registrar.
District of Columbia law requires all students under the age of 26 on registration day to submit proof of immunization against polio, tetnus/diphtheria, measles, mumps, rubella, hepatitis B, and varicella. This is D.C law and cannot be ignored.
Any student who is required to submit medically acceptable proof of immunization and does not do so will have a $100.00 late immunization fee added to his or her student account.
Please refer to the Student Health Center for information regarding immunizations and health services.
Non-Degree J.D. students are not eligible for loans or other aid through Georgetown Law.
Withdrawal after Enrollment
If your plans change and you decide not to attend classes, you must submit written notice of withdrawal to the Office of the Registrar via email to firstname.lastname@example.org in order for your tuition charges to be cancelled and any appropriate refund to be processed. It is your responsibility to meet the withdrawal regulations and deadlines in order to be properly withdrawn without an administrative failure or loss of eligible refund.
Notice of withdrawal to any office other than the Office of the Registrar does not constitute sufficient notice for refund/credit purposes. The refund policy is strictly enforced to ensure fairness to all.
Please read carefully the course withdrawal policy. It is your responsibility to meet the withdrawal regulations and deadlines in order to be properly withdrawn without an administrative failure or loss of eligible refund.
The refund schedule for the 2017-2018 academic year will be posted to the Office of Student Accounts webpage.
Supporting documents, including transcripts, should be sent to:
Georgetown University Law Center
Office of the Registrar
Attn: Cynthia Eichele, Manager of Registration & Commencement
600 New Jersey Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001
If you have any questions, concerns, or issues, please contact Cynthia Eichele, Manager of Registration and Commencement, at (202) 662-9673 or email@example.com.