Tuition and Fees

Amounts listed are for Academic Year 2019-2020

Click on hyperlinks for more detailed information about specific types of charges.


Tuition – Medicine  

First – Fourth Year, Per Semester (Not previous SMP or GEMS)


Georgetown Experimental Medical Studies (GEMS), Per Semester


Georgetown Summer Medical Institute (GSMI), Per Credit Hour


Medical Remediation, Per Semester


Medical Special, Per Semester


Mandatory Fees


Yates Field House Membership, Per Semester


Student Health Insurance, Per Year


One-Time Records Fee – Fourth Year


Library Fee – First and Second Year/GEMS, Per Semester


Library Fee – Third Year, Per Semester


Library Fee – Fourth Year, Per Semester


Facility Fee – First and Second Year / GEMS, Per Semester


Class Fee, Per Semester


Pager Fee – Third and Fourth Year, Per Semester


Technology Fee – First – Fourth Year, Per Semester


Technology Fee – GEMS and Remediating Students


Student Disability Insurance – First and Second Year, Per Year


Student Disability Insurance – Third Year, Per Year


Student Disability Insurance – Fourth Year, Per Year


Needle Stick Insurance Fee – First Year, Per Year


Needle Stick Insurance Fee – Second Year, Per Year


Needle Stick Insurance Fee – Third and Fourth Year, Per Year


Optional Fees

Note-Taking Service, Per Year


Payment Plans

Payment Plan Enrollment Fee


33% Down Plan Monthly Interest Rate


20% Down Plan Monthly Interest Rate


Payment Plan Late Enrollment Fee




Monthly Outstanding Balance Service Charge


Returned Check Fee


Yates Field House Membership

The Yates Field House fee ensures access to Georgetown’s gym facilities and is mandatory for all Medical students.

Student Health Insurance

Georgetown University requires that all full-time students must have health insurance. If a student is not already enrolled in an insurance program, he or she will be required to accept the plan offered by Georgetown. All full time students will be assessed the insurance fee once per academic year. If a student does not require the student health plan due to prior enrollment in another program, the fee can be waived online via Student Health Services. For more information, please visit the website of the Student Health Insurance Office. Note: incoming medical students will be assessed a pro-rated insurance charge to pay for coverage from the start of the program through August 15, the standard health insurance plan begins. This pro-rated charge can also be waived.

Payment Plans

Any student with an account balance greater than or equal to $2,000.00 is eligible to enroll in a monthly payment plan. Students wishing to enroll in one of the interest-bearing plans (i.e., the 33% or 20% plan) after the end of the semester’s add/drop period but prior the last day of plan enrollment will be required to pay a $60 fee. Find more information on payment plans.

Outstanding Balance Service Charge

At the end of each month following the start of classes, any outstanding balance will be subject to a service charge equal to 1.75% of the balance in question.

Returned Check Fee

Any paper or electronic check which is returned for any reason will result in an $80.00 charge.

Note-Taking Service

Medical students may participate in this optional service whereby they will be provided with electronic copies of course notes. Students, by default, are opted into the program, and will need to opt out in order to avoid being assessed the charge by writing to the designated note-taking service contact. The fee for this service is assessed once per year, in the fall term.

Payment Options

Students may pay online via an electronic check at MyAccess. Students may also pay via paper check, cash, money order, credit card, or wire transfer. Find more detailed information regarding payments.


Any student receiving funding through a Health Professions Scholarship Program will have a pre-credit applied to his or her account at the beginning of the academic term. An invoice will be sent to the relevant HPSP program following the end of the add/drop period for Main Campus. If the agency in question fails to remit payment prior to the beginning of the pre-registration period for the next academic term, the pre-credit will be removed, resulting in an outstanding balance.

Delinquent Accounts

Any student who becomes inactive – whether by withdrawal, leave of absence, failure to register, or graduation – and has an outstanding balance will be sent a final bill. If the account is not settled in full within 30 days of the final bill, the account will be assessed a final month’s service charge and referred to a collection agency. A collection agency fee of up to one-third of the value of the debt will be assessed to the account.