Undergraduate Costs and Financial Aid
The current costs for Georgetown University McDonough School of Business can be found on the Office of Student Financial Services site. These costs are the average cost of attendance used by the Office of Student Financial Services to determine eligibility for need-based financial aid; each student’s charges will be unique and will vary depending on the student’s enrollment status, courses selected, room choice, board plan selection, and other variables.
For the latest information about tuition and billing, please call Georgetown University’s Office of Student Accounts at (202) 687-7100.
Georgetown reserves the right to change tuition and fees for graduate students if necessary.
Georgetown University practices “need-blind” admissions; an applicant’s ability to meet college costs is not a criterion for admission.
Georgetown awards financial aid funds on the basis of demonstrated financial need and is committed to meeting 100% of the full demonstrated financial need of its eligible undergraduates. The university provides all students with access to need- and merit-based assistance in the form of loans, work-study, and/or scholarships.