Frequently Asked Questions
What are my chances of getting into Georgetown?
- The Office of Equity & Inclusion does not participate in the admissions process and cannot provide information on Georgetown Law’s admissions process.
- Questions regarding Georgetown Law’s application and admissions process, LSAT scores, GPAs, LSAC accounts, or similar information can be directed to our Office of Admissions.
Where can I find out more information about financial aid and how to pay for law school?
- The Office of Equity & Inclusion is not involved in the awarding or distribution of financial aid or scholarships. For more information, please visit the Office of Financial Aid website.
- The Office of Financial Aid provides information on scholarships, federal and private loans, and financial counseling.
How racially diverse is the Georgetown Law student population? What are the demographics of Washington, D.C.?
- 2018 Demographics: 478 J.D. Students of Color; 27 Full-Time Faculty of Color. View the 2018 ABA report.
- DC demographics
What other on-campus resources are available to help me navigate Georgetown Law?
- Office of the Dean of Students
- Office of Student Life
- Office of Disability Services
- Office of Residence Life
- Counseling and Psychiatric Services
- Office of Career Strategy
- Office of Public Interest & Community Service
- Campus Ministry
- Office of the Registrar
- International Student Services
- Undocumented Student Services
- Office of Veteran Affairs
- Gender-Inclusive Restrooms [with map]
- Title IX (Sexual Misconduct)
How do I figure out what classes to take and where do I get academic support?
Academic Programs & Support
- The Office of Equity & Inclusion does not provide academic counseling services, course selection guidance, or degree-related services. Please reach out to the appropriate contacts in the Office of Academic Affairs. The Office of Academic Affairs provides course selection advisement, dual-degree program enrollment, and transfer student support.
- Academic Success Coaching and Tutoring Services, Maura DeMouy, Office of the Dean of Students
- Diversity and Cultural Affinity Groups: These groups often offer specialized tutoring and mentoring programs. View a list of our student organizations.
- RISE is an optional pre-orientation and year-long program for students from historically underrepresented backgrounds in legal education. The purpose is to build community, enhance academic, personal and professional effectiveness.
Additional Law School Resources
For additional resources, consider resources from the Law School Admissions Council.