Tuition and Fees
To help you plan, here we provide the estimated expenses for the 2013–2014 academic year. Some of these costs are set expenses you will pay; others are estimated for travel, incidentals and other costs and they may vary, yet we include them when putting together a student’s need-based award. Please visit the Financial Aid Office website for further information on the cost of attendance breakdown.
|Tuition||This fixed charge includes 12 (or more) credit hours with a maximum of 32 per semester.||$43,400||$37,800|
|Fees||This amount includes fixed athletic, activity, and mental health fees. First-year students also pay a $100 orientation fee.||$608||$528|
|Housing||Emory students living in residence halls are billed for a specific hall; Oxford students pay the same rate regardless of hall. This figure represents the average charge for a double room and includes all utilities, cable television, and a campus computer network connection. This is an average and may be more or less than your actual charges.||$7,360||$7,340|
|Food||This estimated food expense assumes using on-campus dining facilities. All undergraduates living in on-campus housing are required to participate in a meal plan.||$5,000||$3,444|
|Books||This cost is variable, depending on what classes you take. The campus bookstore calculates this amount as the average expense for required books.||$1,200||$1,200|
|Travel and Incidentals||Actual expenses will vary by student. This figure includes a modest travel allowance, incidentals such as laundry, cell phone, grooming, and entertainment. This is not charges to the student.||$2,340||$2,340|
* Emory and Oxford costs vary as a result of the fact that they support campuses with different programs and facilities.