Georgetown University is proud to serve those who have served our country. This website provides information on financial, medical and other university resources to assist student veterans transitioning to campus life. 

We are currently updating our website, some functionality may be limited.  If you have any questions, please call our office.  Thank you for your patience.  


We are proud to host the Warrior-Scholar Project on July 25 and August 2.  The Warrior-Scholar Project is an immersive one week academic workshop provided free of charge to enlisted veterans at eleven of America's top colleges and universities.  For more information, visit their page at:

The Fall 2015 Benefits Request Form is live, click on the Using Veterans Education Benefits tab for instructions and the link to the BRF. 

New Scholarship Opportunity

The Marine Corps GU Scholarship was donated in 2004 by the King family to honor the men and women of the United States Marine Corps and to provide scholarships to eligible undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. The scholarship will be awarded to an undergraduate student enrolled in a program within Georgetown College with service ties to the U.S. Marine Corps—either Active Duty or Reservist, received an Honorable or Medical Discharge, or is a dependent of someone who serves. The scholarship replaces a portion of the selected student's Georgetown Scholarship and does not add any additional scholarship money to the student's aid package. Interested and eligible students should contact the Veterans Office by August 21, 2015.

Georgetown University Veterans Office

Georgetown University's Veterans Office serves student veterans as they apply to, attend and advance beyond Georgetown. The Veterans Office connects student veterans with the resources they need to successfully transition from combat to classroom to career. This includes help navigating the admissions process, applying for financial aid and U.S.  Department of Veterans Affairs education benefits, academic assistance and preparing to re-enter the workforce. The veterans office is located in 224 Car Barn.

Veterans Office Director

The Veterans Office Director acts as a liaison between the student veteran and campus resources to ensure that the issues unique to student veterans are adequately addressed. The director provides general information on how to use resources and connects the student veteran with the appropriate individuals on campus to address more in-depth questions. The director also assesses how the needs of student veterans are being met and identifies new concerns and how the university can address them.

LeNaya Hezel
(202) 687.2708