Federal Student Aid
Students in the School of Continuing Studies may be eligible for federal financial aid. To determine eligibility for financial aid, students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students should also complete and submit the SCS Supplemental Form for Financial Aid in addition to the FAFSA. Students can complete the FAFSA any time after January 1 for the upcoming year; the priority deadline is April 15. Georgetown's Federal Student Aid code is 001445.
To be eligible for Federal Student Loans, students must be enrolled at least half-time as determined by the University Registrar. Please note: students admitted on a provisional basis may be eligible for private student loans.
Federal Loan Requirements & FAQs:
Federal Pell Grants (Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies degree candidates only):
SCS provides a number of service-based scholarships as well as scholarships for students with affiliations with certain organizations. Review these scholarships here.
Review external scholarship opportunities here.
The School of Continuing Studies also participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program for U.S. veterans.
Helpful Financial Aid Web Sites
- Georgetown University Office of Student Financial Services
- Georgetown University Office of Student Financial Services School of Continuing Studies
- Free Application for Federal Student Aid
- Department of Education's Student Aid
- Scholarship Search Engine Fastweb
For more information, students may contact Nanci Danaher, senior assistant director, in the Office of Student Financial Services at email@example.com
Center for Continuing and Professional Education Contacts
- CCPE Email
- CCPE Phone
Summer Programs for High School Students Contacts
- Summer High School Email
- Summer High School Phone