A request for an adjustment for a computer is processed via reimbursement of up to $1,800 (includes the cost of one computer and it's accompanying allowable software and hardware, whichever is less). For the 20-21 academic school year a printer up to $200 can be reimbursed as well.
A request for a computer reimbursement can be made one time during your enrollment at Georgetown Law and must be submitted during the academic year with which you purchased it.
For incoming students, a computer can be purchased between July 1st to April 15th and between September 1st and April 15th for continuing students. The Computer MUST be purchased by the student submitting the request. A scanned copy of the original receipt or the online receipt must accompany the request and show proof of payment and payment type (please check that your receipt shows this information). Photo copies of original receipts, order confirmations, bills or invoices are not sufficient forms of documentation and will not be accepted.
Approved reimbursable computer expenses includes: one (1) desktop computer (with corresponding peripherals) or one (1) laptop computer (with corresponding items). In addition, one (1) printer up to $200.
*Before purchasing your computer or any software, be sure to check with the Information Systems Technology (IST) department as Georgetown may offer or collaborate with third parties for educational discounts or free software.
*Notes regarding increases to your Federal loans:
The Department of Education assesses fees to originate (create) ALL federal loans. The Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan has a current origination fee of 1.059% and the Federal Direct Graduate PLUS (GradPLUS) Loan has a current origination fee of 4.236%. The amount that is originated on your behalf will be processed to include these fees. The amount that you will see on your financial aid award in MyAccess will be higher by the amount of these fees. The amount that will post to your student account and is refunded to you, will be lower by the amount of these origination fees or the direct amount that you specify below.