Georgetown College is committed to providing excellence in higher education to all students. One of the ways the College fulfills its mission is through investing in each student.

“We want family and friends of Georgetown College students to know that we are dedicated to partnering with them by investing in their daughters and sons.” M. Dwaine Greene, 24th President of Georgetown College.

Georgetown College invests in each student to assist with the financial realities of obtaining an outstanding education.

Institutional aid per student averages over $8,500 per semester.

TuitionPer Semester
 12-18 credit hours$16,480.00
Additional credits above 18 hours$470 per credit hour


Housing OptionsPer Semester
Residence hall, dual occupancy$2,045.00
Residence hall, single occupancy$2,850.00
Residence hall, East Campus apartments/townhouses$3,005.00
Residence hall, Rucker or Hambrick Village, double occupancy$2,850.00
Residence hall, Rucker or Hambrick Village, single occupancy$3,790.00

Meal Plan OptionsCommentPer Semester
19 meals/weekRequired of Freshmen$2,195.00
$65 Tiger Dollars/semester
Cash equivalency
15 meals/weekNot available for first year students$2,120.00
$55 Tiger Dollars/semester
Cash equivalency
15 meals/weekNot available for first year students$2,120.00
$400 Tiger Dollars/semester
10 meals/weekNot available for first year students$2,000.00
$75 Tiger Dollars/semester
Cash equivalency
7 meals/weekEast Campus students only$1,415.00
$130 Tiger Dollars/semester
Cash equivalency
5 meals/weekCommuters only$1,010.00
$105 Tiger Dollars/semester
Cash equivalency

*All residential students are required to have a meal plan.
*Tiger Dollars may be used any location on campus for food.
*Cash Equivalency may be used in the Grille in exchange for a meal in the caf during select hours.

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Some students may incur additional charges for parking, class or lab fees, etc.