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Application Forms & Instructions for Undergraduates


 
Some of the forms listed below can be obtained by clicking on the link provided.  Some of the forms are available in Portable Document Format (PDF) and can be downloaded using Adobe Acrobat Reader.
All undergraduates must submit:
  • Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
  • CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE
  • Tax Returns.  After you complete the CSS PROFILE you will receive a letter and cover sheet from the College Board that provides instructions for submitting your federal tax returns.  You must submit complete copies, including all schedules and W-2 forms, along with the completed and signed cover sheet.  When the College Board receives your documents, they will electronically image and transmit your income verification documents to Georgetown.  You are required to submit all requested documents in one packet.  Do not send documents separately.
School Codes:  Georgetown University's school codes for undergraduate financial aid applications are: FAFSA=001445; CSS PROFILE=5244.
International Students:  Most international students who are neither U.S. citizens nor permanent residents should not complete the FAFSA.  Click here for more information.
Some undergraduates must also submit:
Self-Employed Parents/Students:  Submit copies of  most recent parent/student personal and business tax returns, and submit a completed Business/Farm Supplement 10-11.  All students should submit the completed form directly to the College Board with their tax returns.  
Divorced/Separated Parents: Upon completion of the CSS Profile, students will be sent an e-mail that is to be shared by the student with the non-custodial parent.  The non-custodial parent will then be able to access, complete, and submit the form directly to the College Board online, where the information will remain secure.
Sibling Enrollment Verification If you reported on your financial aid application that your sibling(s) would be enrolled in college, that enrollment must be verified.  If Georgetown needs your assistance to verify sibling enrollment, the GU Office of Student Financial Services will mail you a form that must be completed by the Registrar(s) of the school(s) your sibling(s) enrolled at.
Report of Special Circumstances If you are an undergraduate student and your family's financial circumstances have changed since you completed your original financial aid application AND you can document the changes, you may request another review of your financial aid eligibility by completing a Report of Special Circumstances Form 10-11.
Application Deadlines
New First-Year Students
  • FAFSA & PROFILE: February 1
  • Tax Forms: As soon as possible but not later than May 1
New Transfer Students
  • FAFSA & PROFILE: March 1
  • Tax Forms: As soon as possible but not later than May 1
Continuing GU Students
  • FAFSA & PROFILE: April 15
  • Tax Forms: May 3
Late Applicants:  Students who apply for aid after the above deadlines may qualify for federal, state, or private aid, but cannot be guaranteed consideration for Georgetown University scholarship assistance.
More Information
Click here to contact your counselor in the GU Office of Student Financial Services to ask a question.