Category: Messages to Students, Messages to the Community, News

Title: Announcing Fall 2024-Spring 2025 Tuition Rates

Dear Undergraduate Students,

Each year at this time, we provide an update on tuition, room and board rates for the following academic year (in this case Academic Year 2024-2025) in order to help students and families plan ahead.

For the next academic year, the undergraduate tuition rate will be $67,824, an increase of 4.5% from the current year.  When room and board costs are also considered, the total cost of attendance will also increase approximately 4.5% over the prior year’s rates for first year students and approximately 4.6% for returning students.

The University will increase its institutional support for financial aid in the face of these tuition, room and board increases. For Academic Year 2023-24, the University dedicated a record $257 million for financial aid for undergraduate and graduate students.

The tuition rate reflects a balanced approach to managing rising costs, as well as providing the resources needed for academic and student priorities, new programs and initiatives, and our commitment to minimizing add-on fees.

The pie chart below provides context on how your tuition dollars made your Georgetown education possible in the previous fiscal year (July 2022 – June 2023).

We are deeply committed to ensuring that all students and families can afford the cost of a Georgetown education. Georgetown plans to continue our commitment to our “meet full need” policy and provide financial aid for all eligible new and continuing undergraduate students across our campuses.

The university will continue to consider adjustments to financial aid packages when alerted to new family circumstances and to recruit deserving students regardless of their ability to pay.

You can find more information on the following pages:

Please feel free to share this information with your families. We are deeply grateful for the significant investment that you and your families are making in a Georgetown education, and for your many contributions to our campus community and Catholic, Jesuit educational mission.


Robert M. Groves

Edward B. Healton
Executive Vice President for Health Sciences