Financing Your Education | Georgetown University

Additional student loans

Sometimes the federal student loans a student receives when they submit the FAFSA are not enough to cover what they need. Lenders offer additional student loans, often called private loans or alternative loans, based on the credit of the borrower and the co-signer. In almost all cases, a student will need the loan to be co-signed. The university recommends that you check with a trusted bank or other lending institution to determine if this type of financing may be an option for you.

Here is a link that can help you explore private student loan options:

Here is a link that can help you explore the private parent loan option:

Payment / finance plan

The university offers a 12-month, 10-month or 9-month payment plan that allows you to make your payments for the charges for the year (not covered by other aid) in installments without interest. There is an annual registration fee for this program. For more information, contact Student Accounts at 502-863-8700.

As a private church-related institution, Georgetown College is not supported through taxes or public revenue. In fact, the tuition covers only a portion of the actual expenses involved. Support from donations, donations, alumni, and friends of the university amounts to more than thirty percent of the actual cost of each student’s education, helping to keep direct costs as low as possible.

The College administers an extensive financial assistance program; No prospective student should bypass Georgetown College simply for financial reasons until they have fully researched the amount and types of aid available.

Georgetown College is committed to providing excellence in higher education to all students. One of the ways the school fulfills its mission is by investing in each student.

Georgetown College invests in each student to help them with the financial realities of obtaining an outstanding education.

Undergraduate rates 2021-2022

Tuition per semester

12-18 credit hours (full time) $ 20,105
Additional credits on top of the 18 hour per hour rate $ 570
One course only, hourly rate (part time) $ 1,230
More than one, hourly rate (part time) $ 1,640

Comprehensive rate

$ 495.00

Housing options by semester

Residence, double occupancy $ 2,650
Residence, private room $ 3,957.50
Residence, single room $ 3310
Residence, East Campus Apartments, double occupancy $ 3150
Dorm, East Campus Apartments, Single Occupancy $ 3800
College residence, East Campus Townhouse, double occupancy $ 3800
Dorm, East Campus Townhouse, single occupancy $ 4750
Residence, Rucker or Hambrick Village, double occupancy $ 3,085
Residence, Rucker or Hambrick Village, single occupancy $ 3,815

Meal plan options by semester

7 days a week * Carte Blanche with $ 150 for dinner / semester $ 2,845.00
7 meals a week with $ 130 for dinner / semester (East Campus residents only) $ 1,882.50
Block of 60 meal plans with $ 250 for meals / semester (commuters only) $ 925.00
30 meal plan block with $ 125 for meals / semester (passengers only) $ 465.00

Students participating in their student teaching semester may be eligible for the 7 meal plan. To see if you qualify, contact the Office of Student Life.

* Carte Blanche = Continuous dining room

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