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.
The Fall 2015 Benefits Request Form is live, click on the Using Veterans Education Benefits tab for instructions and the link to the BRF.
Georgetown University is excited to host the Armed Services Arts Partnership, also known as ASAP starting in the Fall 2015 semester. ASAP offers community-creating, expressive arts programs at no cost to military students. Participants can enroll in a Comedy Bootcamp or the Veterans Writing Project. Select the programs to learn more.
The Four Block Foundation works with transitioning student veterans attain internships and full time employment through career building workshops and networking events. Four Block is launching their Washington D.C. office this fall and we are looking for interested student veterans to sign up for their program. Learn more.
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.