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Private Colleges and Universities:
Access for Undocumented Students

American University

4400 Massachusetts Avenue, NW Washington, District of Columbia, 20016

Georgetown University

37th and O Streets, N.W. Washington,, District of Columbia, 20057

Trinity Washington University

125 Michigan Ave. NE Washington, DC, 20017

American University

4400 Massachusetts Avenue, NW Washington, District of Columbia 20016 USA

Access Information

  • Are undocumented students considered or treated as domestic students for purposes of admission and financial aid?

    Yes

    Additional information:Undocumented students are treated as domestic students for admission and merit scholarship consideration only. We do not provided need-based aid to undocumented students.

  • Are undocumented students eligible for merit-based aid/scholarships?

    Yes

    Additional information:N/A

  • Are undocumented students eligible for need-based financial aid?

    No

    Additional information:Please see response above.

  • What financial aid applications should an undocumented student submit (i.e. CSS, FAFSA, forms unique to the school)?

    Given undocumented students are not eligible for need-based aid, no separate forms are required. Automatically consider applicants for merit aid based on their admissions application. No separate forms are required for consideration for merit aid.

  • Does the college or university have an assigned staff member for undocumented students (i.e. such as an undocumented student liaison) or an undocumented student resource center?

    No

  • Is there a student organization or club comprised of or advocating for undocumented students?

    Yes

  • Does your school provide free/low cost access to legal services for undocumented students for immigration-related issues (e.g. DACA renewals or applications, legal screenings)?

    Yes

  • Does your institution have a website specific for undocumented/DACAmented student support services?

Georgetown University

37th and O Streets, N.W. Washington, District of Columbia 20057 USA

Access Information

  • Are undocumented students considered or treated as domestic students for purposes of admission and financial aid?

    Yes

  • Are undocumented students eligible for merit-based aid/scholarships?

    Yes

  • Are undocumented students eligible for need-based financial aid?

    Yes

  • What financial aid applications should an undocumented student submit (i.e. CSS, FAFSA, forms unique to the school)?

    FAFSA & CSS

  • Does the college or university have an assigned staff member for undocumented students (i.e. such as an undocumented student liaison) or an undocumented student resource center?

    Yes

  • Is there a student organization or club comprised of or advocating for undocumented students?

    Yes

  • Does your school provide free/low cost access to legal services for undocumented students for immigration-related issues (e.g. DACA renewals or applications, legal screenings)?

    Yes

  • Does your institution have a website specific for undocumented/DACAmented student support services?

Trinity Washington University

125 Michigan Ave. NE, Washington, District of Columbia 20017 USA

Access Information

  • Are undocumented students considered or treated as domestic students for purposes of admission and financial aid?

    Yes

  • Are undocumented students eligible for merit-based aid/scholarships?

    Yes

    Additional information:Undocumented students are eligible for merit-based aid and scholarships at Trinity Washington University. The university offers a variety of scholarships for undocumented students, including the Dreamers Scholarship and the President's Scholarship.

  • Are undocumented students eligible for need-based financial aid?

    Yes

  • What financial aid applications should an undocumented student submit (i.e. CSS, FAFSA, forms unique to the school)?

    N/A

  • Does the college or university have an assigned staff member for undocumented students (i.e. such as an undocumented student liaison) or an undocumented student resource center?

    Yes

  • Is there a student organization or club comprised of or advocating for undocumented students?

    Yes

  • Does your school provide free/low cost access to legal services for undocumented students for immigration-related issues (e.g. DACA renewals or applications, legal screenings)?

    Yes

  • Does your institution have a website specific for undocumented/DACAmented student support services?

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