Disclaimer and Student Right to Know


This Prospectus is published for Georgetown current and prospective students. The right to alter the contents is reserved and all changes apply to all current and new students. The Prospectus is not a contract or an offer to contract. 

While every effort is made to contain costs and achieve economies, Georgetown specifically reserves the right to increase tuition or other fees without prior notice. The University further reserves the right to advance the requirements regarding admission, to change the arrangement of courses, the requirements for graduation or degrees and other regulations affecting the student body. Such regulations may govern current and new students and will be effective whenever determined by the particular school involved or by general University directive. 

It is the responsibility of the student to keep well-informed with respect to the regulations and requirements in this Prospectus, those in the School of Medicine’s Student Handbook, the Financial Aid Guide and the Guide to Application.

Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act

In compliance with the Student Right-To-Know and Campus Security Act, it is the policy of Georgetown University to make readily available information concerning the completion or graduation rate of all certificate or degree-seeking, full-time undergraduate students entering the University, as well as the average completion or graduation rate of students who have received athletically-related student aid. This information is available upon request from Francis X. Rienzo, Director of the Department of Athletics, 1 McDonough Gym, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. 20057, (202) 687-2435. 

The Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1992, requires that the University prepare information on current campus law enforcement policies, crime prevention programs and campus security statistics. This information is available upon request from Jay Gruber, Director of the Department of Public Safety, G Level-Village C, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. 20057, (202) 687-4343.