The Office of Student Financial Planning (OSFP) at Georgetown University School of Medicine is committed to ensuring that eligible students receive the financial resources necessary to cover their educational expenses. Applying for financial aid can sometimes feel overwhelming. We hope the information provided on our website will answer some of your questions and ease some of your anxieties. In general, the OSFP provides counseling for students with regard to funding available to medical students as well as the application process for those funds. Our office reviews applications for financial assistance to determine eligibility for federal and University funds and certifies loan applications. In addition, the OSFP offers education loan indebtedness counseling for our medical students, including residents at the Georgetown University Hospital.
If you need additional information or would like to set up an appointment to meet with a financial aid staff member, please call (202) 687-1693.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What is an award letter?
- How can I pick a lender for my school loans?
- How do I get a refund for living expenses?
- What is an "Emergency Loan"?
- My tuition is paid by an outside agency, what should I do?
- Who processes my deferment forms?
- What is verification?
- I'm independent - do my parents have to fill out anything?
School of Medicine
Student Financial Planning
Campus Box 571424
Washington, DC 20057-1424
General Information Line
Fax (202) 687-2201