Ranked as a Military Friendly School, Georgetown University provides active duty service members and veterans with the resources they need to transition back into both the classroom and the workforce.

We proudly offer tuition and fee benefits to eligible military students, including the Post-9/11 GI Bill® and Yellow Ribbon Program. The Post-9/11 GI Bill with Yellow Ribbon Program will pay 100% of Georgetown SCS tuition for undergraduate and graduate students in degree programs.**

For a full list of eligible benefits, visit the Georgetown Veterans Affairs Education website.

Find a Program or Certificate for You

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Located in downtown Washington, D.C., Georgetown SCS offers 40+ degree programs and professional certificates in part-time, full-time, on-campus, and online formats. Use the prompts below to explore some of our offerings:

I am looking to start or complete my undergraduate education

Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies *

I am looking for a course or professional certificate to sharpen my skills

Courses & Certificates
Theresa Amelia Hilsdon U.S. Navy Veteran, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies My life has truly been enriched by my experience at Georgetown. I have grown professionally but more importantly, I have grown as a person. I am dedicated to giving back to others.
Zack Bazzi U.S. Army Veteran, Emergency & Disaster Management Georgetown’s EDM program is an ideal fit with my interests and my professional experience in the military and nonprofit sector. It’s no surprise that many military veterans enter this line of work. In many ways, the sense of purpose and mission that one feels in uniform translates well to the field.
Kelly J. Otter, Ph.D. Dean, School of Continuing Studies Our student veterans are valuable and inspirational members of our academic community. Their commitment to learning and serving others mirrors Georgetown’s mission.

Watch the video below to hear from students and faculty about the many services provided for military, veterans, and their families.