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Financial Aid

We meet 100 percent of demonstrated need for every admitted domestic student. And we'll guide you as you navigate the financial aid process, providing information and thoughtful expertise along the way.

#13
for best value college among 100 top private universities
(Kiplinger's Personal Finance, 2018)
#17
For best value based on academic quality and financial aid
(US News & World Report, 2018)
100%
of demonstrated financial need met for all accepted domestic students

Our Philosophy

We understand that the cost of college is an important part of the decision-making process. No two families are alike, and financial circumstances can vary widely. If you’re unsure whether your family qualifies, advisers in the Office of Financial Aid are ready to assist at any time during the application process.

To apply, you’ll need to complete the College Scholarship Service Profile (CSS Profile) and Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as well as submit tax returns for you and your parents. It’s important to submit all your documents by the stated deadlines, so that we’ll have the information needed to review your family’s financial picture and provide the best financial aid package we can for you.

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Emory's CSS Profile Code:
5187
Emory's FAFSA Code:
001564

Estimated Expenses 2019–2020

Estimated Expenses
2019—2020

Tuition$53,070
Fees734
Housing8,638
Food6,334
Travel/Incidentals1,016
Books1,588
Transportation1,224
Total$72,604

Emory College and Oxford College cost the same to attend. 

Additional Financial Aid Information

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Types of Aid

Financial Aid is typically a combination of grants, work-study, loans, merit scholarships.

Learn about types of aid.
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International Students

Emory offers need-based aid to a select number of international students each year.

Learn about international student aid.
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Apply for Aid

Learn more about requirements and deadlines from the Office of Financial Aid.

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John Leach

“The amount of need-based financial aid that a student is awarded is based on their unmet need. A student who applies Early Decision should receive the same amount of aid as they would have received at Regular Decision.”

Financial Aid Counselor