Graduating Student Information
The Financial Aid Office continues to work with our students as they transition into alumni and for years beyond. Whether you have questions regarding your student loans, buying a house or planning for your future we are available to assist.
To help you prepare for the financial decisions you will make following graduation, we have two special workshop opportunities for you.
Learn about loan repayment basics and advanced repayment strategies that can lead to both saving money and reducing stress. These sessions cover more than the online federal loan exit interview. We have pre-graduation sessions, post-graduation sessions, and our flexible make your own group opportunities.
Two of the pre-scheduled sessions have an LRAP focus for students pursuing a public-service career path. Advance registration is not required.
While learning about loan repayment is critical, it’s only one part of an overall financial plan you need as you prepare for your professional career. Therefore, we are pleased to invite you to the follow-up workshop – “Life After Georgetown Law” – to learn more about savings, retirement planning, insurance needs, home buying, etc.
This interactive workshop typically lasts about two hours and is well worth the commitment of time.
As with the Loan Strategy Workshops, you can attend one of our pre-scheduled sessions or build your own group with friends.
Find out about the Bar Loan (a private loan that covers post-graduation expenses), and then let us know so we can be on the lookout with your lender. The loans are processed differently than federal student loans - we don't know until you tell us.
Please join us for an information session discussing Georgetown Law's Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP). This session is for JD graduates who have an interest in the Public Service sector and plan to apply for LRAP assistance by the December 15th deadline. We will discuss the requirements of the program, the application documents, as well as the eligible repayment plans.
Our Loan Repayment Assistance Program supports our alumni pursuing full-time, legally-related employment with governments (federal, state, local or tribal) or 501(c)(3) non-profits. Spring graduates should mark October 1 on their calendars as the date to visit our site. The application opens on that date and must be completed no-later-than December 15.