About Emory University

Tuition, Cost, Financial Aid, Scholarships, and Admission Rates

How much does Emory University cost?

Emory University Cost of Attendance
In-state $47,954
Out-of-state $47,954
On-Campus Room and Board $13,486
Off-Campus Room and Board $13,130
Average Annual Cost $24,804
Average Cost by Family Income
Family Income Average Cost
Under $30,000
$30,000-$48,000
$48,000-$75,000
$75,000-$110,000
Over $110,000

Emory University Financial Aid and Debt

80%

Students paying down their debt

$17,233

Typical Total Student Debt

$178

Typical Monthly Loan Payment

Financial Aid Breakdown for Full-time Incoming Freshman

Aid Type % Receiving Average Amount
Grant or scholarship aid 55% $34,424
Federal Grants 19% $6,191
Pell grants 19% $4,641
Other federal grants 7% $3,924
State/local goverment grant or scholarships 14% $5,090
Institutional grants or scholarships 48% $36,250
Student loan aid 33% $6,438
Federal student loans 33% $6,296
Other student loans 4% $11,674

Emory University Scholarships: Start Earning in High School

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Micro-scholarships* Colleges Awarding Amount
Do an extracurricular activity 246 Up to $1,120
Take a challenging class 274 Up to $3,000
Take a foreign language class 148 Up to $3,000
Attend a summer program 119 Up to $4,500
Do community service 248 Up to $75
Have perfect attendance for a year 186 Up to $750
Play a sport 133 Up to $600

*GPA and other eligibility restrictions may apply

Emory University Admissions

What is Emory University's admissions rate?
Acceptance Rate 25%
Average GPA 3.83
SAT Submissions 63% of applicants
SAT Reading 630-730
SAT Math 660-770
SAT Writing 640-730
ACT Submissions 56% of applicants
Composite Score 30-33

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Emory University Campus Life

8:1

Student to Faculty Ratio

67

Forbes Ranking

85%

Four-Year Graduation Rate

91%

Six-Year Graduation Rate

Student Population

Campus Life
Total undergraduates 7764
Living on campus
Transfer Students 34%
Under Age 25 34%
Gender Balance
Men
42%
Women
58%

Student Diversity

80%
Diversity Index: Chance you’ll bump into a diverse range of students
White
39.35%
Unknown
25.27%
Asian
18.64%
Black or African American
9.23%
Hispanic or Latino
7.32%
American Indian or Alaska Native
0.17%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
0.03%

Emory University Graduation Success

94%

First Year Student Retention

85%

Four-Year Graduation Rate

$61,500

Average Salary After Graduation

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About Emory University

Address

408 Administration Building, 201 Dowman Drive
Atlanta, GA

Type Private
Profit Status not-for-profit
Category Research Universities
Setting Large Suburb
* Financial aid is only available for those who qualify