05 Dec 1998 - 10 Nov 2017
Incoming JD Students May Now Accept Their Financial Aid Awards
Summer Office Hours Now In Effect
To accommodate aid processing for the upcoming year, the Financial Aid Office has shifted to reduced public hours. The Office and its staff will be available for visitors and phone calls from 10:00-5:00 Mondays-Thursdays and will be closed to visitors and phone calls on Fridays.
2011-12 Financial Aid Application Information
All admitted prospective students and
all returning students seeking financial aid for the 2011-2012 academic year should complete their financial aid applications as soon as possible if they have not already done so. You should review the applicable financial aid application instructions on our How to Apply
page for more information. Please note that returning students must re-apply for aid each year.
Summer 2011 Federal Work-Study Application Now Available
Continuing students may now apply for Federal Work-Study funding for Summer 2011 on-campus employment. (Please note that this is NOT the application for EJF summer stipends.) Completed applications
should be returned to the Financial Aid Office.
Prospective Students May Now Estimate Net Cost of Education with Exclusive Online Calculator
The Financial Aid Office has launched in BETA form an exclusive online calculator
designed to help assist prospective Georgetown Law students estimate the actual costs of their education straight through the repayment of their student loans. The tool is the latest addition to the Office's comprehensive financial education program.
Need a Bar Loan?
Bar loans are private
, credit-based student loans designed to assist graduating students and recent graduates with the costs of preparing for and taking the Bar Exam. Interest rates are variable and these loans are NOT
eligible for Income-Based Repayment or Federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness. For more information and specific application instructions visit our graduating students page
Questions About Income-Based Repayment or Public Service Loan Forgiveness?
We've got answers! The Financial Aid Office has created a guide to help you learn more about these programs and whether they're right for you. (Click here for more info on LRAP.)