Applying for Nursing Financial Aid
The Georgetown Office of Student Financial Services accepts financial aid applications from prospective graduate students throughout the academic year. We encourage you to apply for financial aid in conjunction with your admissions application.
To apply for financial aid for the Nursing@Georgetown program, follow these steps:
- Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
- Apply for a PIN; this will create your electronic signature required for the application.
- Visit the FAFSA website to file your FAFSA; Georgetown's school code is 001445.
- Your completed FAFSA will be submitted electronically by the U.S. Department of Education directly to the Georgetown University Office of Student Financial Services.
For more detailed information and instructions on how to complete these forms, please visit the Office of Student Financial Services web site.
Your Nursing Financial Aid Offer
Typically it takes three weeks for a nursing financial aid application to be processed by the federal government and reviewed by Georgetown University in order to determine a graduate student's eligibility for need-based financial aid. Check your e-mail regularly for notices regarding your financial aid.
Your nursing financial aid offer includes information on the following:
- The total cost of attendance for the academic year (tuition, fees, living expenses)
- The amount of aid offered for the academic year, including outside resources and loans
- Instructions on how to complete the Direct Loan and Graduate PLUS loan processes and how to obtain your loan proceeds
Post-Acceptance Steps to Complete
If you are admitted to the program, you will then need to:
- Accept the financial aid offer you receive via email (which is not available until you have been officially admitted to the program).
- Complete the master promissory note (MPN) for desired loans.
- Complete loan entrance counseling.
- Complete the credit application for a Grad PLUS loan (if desired).
For information regarding program costs, a sample loan disbursement, and general information, please contact Georgetown's Office of Student Financial Services. You can reach a financial aid representative at 202-687-4547.
Please note the following:
- Remember that your financial aid award notification is not your tuition bill. You will receive a separate electronic billing statement from the GU Office of Student Accounts.
- The total cost of attendance on your offer letter assumes you wish to borrow for living expenses. You may wish to forego borrowing to cover those expenses. Contact your financial aid advisor for more information.