Scholarships, Assistantships, and Fellowships
Scholarships, Assistantships, and Fellowships from Georgetown University Graduate School
Each year the Georgetown University Graduate School offers a limited number of scholarships, assistantships, and fellowships based on academic qualifications to students admitted to the various graduate programs.
Scholarships are grants from the Graduate School that cover all or a portion of the cost of tuition. Assistantships and Fellowship awards may include both a tuition scholarship and a monthly stipend.
Further information about graduate tuition scholarships, assistantships, and fellowships can be obtained by contacting your academic program, visiting the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences website, or the Graduate Biomedical Sciences Program website or the McDonough School of Business MBA Full-time Program website.
Privately-sponsored Grants and Scholarships
Many civic groups, churches, labor unions, and business organizations offer grant and scholarship awards based on financial need, academic merit and/or other criteria such as ethnic background, residency, or employment affiliation. Students can search for these types of scholarships online.
Many organizations offer tuition payment benefits or employer-sponsored scholarships to their employees and/or the dependents of their employees. Students are encouraged to contact their Personnel or Human Resources offices for further information about these funding opportunities for college expenses. Georgetown provides tuition benefits to eligible University employees for various types of educational expenses. Further information is available from the Office of Faculty and Staff Benefits, Healy Hall, 202-687-2500.
Veterans Administration Educational Benefits
Students who are eligible to receive educational benefits through the Veterans Administration may obtain information and assistance from the Georgetown University Registrar's Office in Room G-01, White-Gravenor or by calling that office at 202-687-4020.