Office of the Registrar
Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m
Tel.: (202) 687-1127
Fax: (202) 687-7660
Georgetown University School of Medicine
Office of Academic Records
3900 Reservoir Road, NW
Med-Dent Building, Annex 105
Washington DC 20057
The School of Medicine’s Office of the Registrar maintains official academic records and provides services related to credentialing and licensing in accordance to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) for the following programs:
MD, GEMS, GSMI, NNP, and Dental programs only.
All Master’s program services are handled through the University Registrar’s Office.
Self-Service for Current and Past Students
MyAccess allows both current and past students to view grades, request official transcripts, view and download unofficial transcripts, and update their contact information.
- Transcript Requests
- Licensure Forms
- Certification of Diploma
- English Translation of Diploma
- MSPE/Dean’s Letter
- Duplicate Diploma
- The cost for a duplicate diploma is $75. Payment must be received before the request is processed. The order is placed through Jostens.com and can take 6-8 weeks. The request will be held until payment is received.
Current Student Services
The Office of the Registrar is able to provide a letter containing all of the below information to serve as confirmation of your current affiliation with Georgetown University.
- Student name
- Anticipated graduation date
- Dates of attendance, including the current registration term
Please complete the request form to receive a copy.
The MSPE, formerly known as the Dean’s Letter, cannot be released directly to current or former students. It can be only be sent to a fellowship, residency program, or state board.
Please complete the request form to have the document sent to the requesting agency.
The Office of the Registrar reports enrollment information to the National Student Clearinghouse after the registration period of each term. The Clearinghouse identifies borrowers who need to begin repayment or are eligible for a deferment. They provide status and deferment information, on your behalf, to guaranty agencies, lenders, servicers, and the Department of Education’s NSLDS (National Student Loan Data System). This should allow your loan provider to apply deferments without any action from you.
If your loan provider is requesting that you complete additional documentation to process your loan deferment, please complete the request form and attach their form when prompted.
Please complete the evaluation form and email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop it off at our office in the Medical-Dental Building, Annex 105.