On-campus housing at Georgetown is the second most expensive in the country as of 2010. Estimated total costs for out-of-state students living on campus are about $70,000. This sum includes tuition and fees ($50,500), room and board ($15,500), books and supplies ($1,200), estimated personal and transportation expenses ($2,500) per year.
As a location, Georgetown is ranked nationally as the second best college town by the Princeton Review. The Georgetown neighborhood west of Wisconsin Avenue NW, is dominated by the presence of university students. Students have easy access to commercial area, the Georgetown Waterfront, and numerous trails that lead to the National Mall and other parks.