Whether you are a prospective student researching funding opportunities available at Georgetown University or a current student reviewing the resources and policies governing financial aid and external fellowships, this is a centralized source of information about financial support, merit-based aid, fellowship, and other funding opportunities.
Georgetown offers two main kinds of financial aid to graduate students: merit-based aid and need-based aid. The links below will help you to find information about these types of financial aid, as well as other financial information and resources.
Merit-Based Financial Aid
Information about available merit-based scholarships and stipends at Georgetown
Need-Based Financial Aid
Georgetown’s Office of Student Financial Services manages need-based aid for all students
Cost of Attendance
Learn about the expected costs of graduate education at Georgetown University
External Funding Opportunities
Explore the resources available to graduate students and postdoctoral fellows engaged in scholarly study and/or research
Student Research Awards
See the sponsored research awards and intramural grants awarded to graduate students and postdoctoral fellows
Still Have Questions?
Review our frequently asked questions (FAQ) for answers to any financial questions you might have
If you have any questions about financial aid or financial support for graduate students that aren’t answered on these pages, please contact the Graduate Financial staff for more assistance.
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