Spring Break Notice: The office will be closed for training on Tuesday, March 14 and Friday, March 17.
For our incoming students, the How to Apply section on the right describes the Georgetown Law financial aid application process and timelines. Merit scholarships are managed by the Office of Admissions.
Our team does much more than just process loans, manage our Loan Repayment Assistance Program and other need-based aid — we are available to help answer almost any financial-related question you have. Reviewing our webpages will answer many of your questions. If you need assistance, please email our office at firstname.lastname@example.org (please list your GUID# in your email).
March 15, 2023
Incoming and Returning Applicants
The Yellow (incoming) and Green (returning & graduate level) Applications are now available! Follow all steps on How to Apply and be sure to have your credentials ready to complete your application.
November 23, 2022
Alumni - Federal Loans
The federal loan repayment pause has been extended once again. Repayments will start 60 days after the pending lawsuits regarding the Biden Administration's loan cancellation plan are resolved. If there is no resolution by June 30, 2023, loans will enter repayment 60 days after that date. Further updates will be provided as they develop.
Monday - Thursday
10:00am - 5:30pm
Monday - Thursday
10:00am - 5:00pm
Closed for Processing
The Financial Aid and LRAP Team
- James Harris – Counselor/Executive Assistant, Financial Aid
- Russell Augustine – Counselor, Financial Aid
- Mersha Rowley – Counselor, Financial Aid and LRAP
- Aliya Sternstein, JD – Manager, Financial Aid Programs and Research
- Kelli Staples – Assistant Director, Financial Aid and LRAP
- LaToya Parnell – Associate Director, Financial Aid
- Denae Newman – Director, Financial Aid and LRAP
- Charles Pruett, JD – Assistant Dean, Financial Aid
While the information on this and other pages of this website is 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.