The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences has an online application that you complete and submit using a secure online form processed by ApplyYourself. If you are ready to apply, please use this APPLY ONLINE link to proceed directly to the online application.
Please read all Application Procedures and instructions carefully before beginning the application. For information on technical support, confirmation of the application submission, and dual program submission, please read below.
Reapplying to the same program (formerly Application Reactivation)
If you have previously applied to the Georgetown Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and would like to apply again, use the APPLY ONLINE link to create a new account and submit another online application. When asked, indicate that you have applied before. (Our application reactivation process has changed. We are no longer using the Application Reactivation form. You must submit a new application.)
If you are reapplying to the same program no more than twelve months after your original application date, we will transfer to your new application any transcripts and test scores received in support of your previous application. You must indicate that you are reapplying by selecting the checkbox in the Graduate Program Information section of the online application. If you have taken any courses after your original application, you should submit a new transcript(s) to reflect this fact.
New letters of recommendation should be submitted online. We will not use recommendations submitted with a previous application unless they are resubmitted. The new recommendations should mention your activities and other changes in your status since the previous application. The new application will be compared with those in the new applicant pool.
Application information is not available to Georgetown University until you officially submit your online application. If you have any questions or difficulties while completing the online form, please click on the button on the top right corner of each page in the online application (TECHNICAL SUPPORT) and an e-mail message detailing your exact location in the online application will be generated. Provide details of your problem for the ApplyYourself technicians. The response is generally quick and helpful.
If you are logged into the application, you can send an e-mail to ApplyYourself at firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure to provide complete information to them -- your full name, your online user number PIN, the program to which you are applying, your complete contact information (address, telephone, and e-mail), and a full description of the problem encountered.
Confirmation of Application Submission
Once you have completed your online application, and you have clicked on the "Submit" button, you will receive an automatic confirmation of your application submission from Georgetown University. Prior to submission, you should print a copy of your complete application for your records. The application is not viewable by Georgetown University until you click the "Submit" button.
Submission of a Dual Program Application
Applicants selecting approved dual programs or multiple programs can use one single electronic application form. Those applicants who wish to apply to more than one department, including applicants to dual degree programs, must pay an application fee and submit separate transcripts to each department to which application is being made. You will be able to make your program selections for dual or multiple programs in the program selection section of the online application. For a list of dual programs offered, please click here.
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