Cost of Attendance is an estimate of the total amount it will cost you to go to school for an academic period. Cost of attendance includes tuition and fees; on-campus room and board (or a housing and food allowance for off-campus students); and allowances for books, supplies and transportation. Other education related expenses will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Emory College Cost of Attendance 2018-2019
|Tuition||$50,590||Fixed charge for 12 credit hours or more for which you are billed.|
|Fees||716||Fixed charges for athletic, activity and mental health fees for which you are billed. Actual billed charge may be different based on courses.|
|Housing||8,306||Students living in residence halls are billed for a specific hall. This figure represents the average charge for a double room and includes all utilities, cable TV and one campus computer connection. Actual billed charge may be different based on housing option chosen.|
|Food||6,200||Freshmen are billed for a minimum food charge of $2,911 per semester. The total estimated food expense covers the mandatory food charge for the unlimited food plan. Actual billed charge may be different based on meal plan option chosen.|
|Travel||950||Represents a modest travel allowance. Actual expenses will vary by student. This is not charged to the student.|
|Personal||1,516||A variable figure which includes items such as laundry, telephone, grooming and entertainment. This is not charged to the student.|
|Books||1,224||Per information from the Emory Bookstore, average expenses for required books. Will vary by curriculum.|
|Billed Costs||$65,812||This is an estimated total for Tuition, Fees, Housing, Food. Other charges which can be billed include orientation fee, parking permit, health insurance, etc.|
|- Direct Loans||$||
Direct subsidized loans have a fixed 3.76% rate, and 6 month grace period prior to beginning repayment.
|- Total Grant||$||Sum of all Institutional, Federal and State Funds|
|$||÷ 2 = $ Estimated semester cost after aid|
|Federal Work-Study||$||Students find a job on campus and are paid biweekly. Used for personal expenses.|