Financing your education At Emory University, we think choosing a college should be based on fit, not finances. That’s why we are committed to meeting 100 percent of demonstrated financial need for all accepted domestic students. In fact, about half of our undergraduates receive financial aid, demonstrating our ongoing commitment to making an Emory education affordable.
Our multifaceted approach includes need-based financial aid (including grants, work-study, and loans), merit-based scholarships, and programs such as Emory Advantage and QuestBridge, making an Emory education accessible to all.
Emory Advantage is a financial aid initiative that makes the cost
of a private college education more affordable for families with annual total incomes of $100,000 or less who demonstrate a need for financial aid. The program reduces the amount of money borrowed to pay for an
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TOTAL UNDERGRADUATE FINANCIAL AID AWARDED
Emory degree, providing students the opportunity to graduate with little or no debt. A major component is the Loan Replacement Grant, which is for students whose families’ annual total incomes are $50,000 or less and covers the self-help portion of an aid award, replacing loans. There
OF STUDENTS RECEIVE FEDERAL PELL GRANTS
is no separate application for the Emory Advantage Program. All incoming students who apply for institutional need-based financial aid will be considered.
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his lifetime, Woodruff gave generously of his
A family’s entire financial portfolio—including
time and resources to the arts, education, and
to the FAFSA, Emory uses the CSS PROFILE.
Programs to continue.
income, assets, and other earnings—is considered humanitarian efforts in Atlanta, and it is his for eligibility to receive financial aid. In addition legacy that allows the Emory University Scholar Financial aid packages can consist of grants,
Position yourself for what’s next Within less than three months after graduation, Emory Class of 2016 graduates are pursuing the following opportunities: 41.9% Employed
To be considered for full merit scholarships,
33.3% Continuing Education
students must submit a completed application
Applying for need-based financial aid
by the Emory University Scholar selection
Gap Year / Volunteer / Not Seeking
At the time you begin your application for
deadline of November 15 (if applying Early
admission, you should begin the financial aid
Decision I, the deadline is November 1).
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application process. It is important to submit
Finalists for scholar programs must attend a
your financial aid documents and admission
spring campus event that includes activities and
application for college simultaneously.
interviews. For more information, please visit
loans, work-study, and scholarships.
Merit-based scholarships and scholar programs
Financial aid for international students
Emory University offers partial to full merit-
Emory University is committed to enrolling a
based scholarships as part of the Emory
talented first-year class with representation from
University Scholar Programs. The campus
all corners of the globe. In accordance with this
scholar community aims to empower students
philosophy, both Emory and Oxford offer need-
through distinct resources and support to reach
based financial aid awards to a select group of
their full potential and have a notable impact
international students each year. In order to be
on the university, Atlanta, and the greater
considered for need-based financial assistance,
international students must apply under our Regular Decision admission plan and submit
The Robert W. Woodruff Scholarship, our
both the international/financial certification
most prestigious, is named after the former
form and the CSS PROFILE. For further details,
president of The Coca-Cola Company. During
FINANCIAL AID DEADLINE (FAFSA/PROFILE/IDOC)
Early Decision I (EDI) November 1 December 5 Scholar Programs November 15 (Based on chosen EDI, EDII, or RD decision plan) Early Decision II (EDII) January 1 January 15 Regular Decision January 1 February 15
The Emory Career Center collects information up to three months after graduation versus a national standard of six months after graduation. We believe this is a more accurate representation of career outcomes shortly after graduation.
2016–2017 Estimated Expenses* Tuition Fees Housing Food
Emory Oxford College College $47,300 $42,600 654 654 7,914 7,788 5,572 4,218
Travel/Incidentals 2,416 2,416 Books 1,224 1,224
Total . . . . . . . . . . $65,080 $58,900 * Emory and Oxford costs vary as a result of the fact that they support campuses with different programs and facilities.
For more information on other important dates and deadlines, visit our website at: apply.emory.edu/apply/ financing.php