Emory College

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 2017-2018

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Billed Costs

Tuition $48,690 Fixed charge for 12 credit hours or more for which you are billed.
Fees 702 Fixed charges for athletic, activity and mental health fees for which you are billed. Actual billed charge may be different based on courses.
Housing   8,072 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 5,822 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.

Out-of-Pocket Costs

Travel 940 Represents a modest travel allowance. Actual expenses will vary by student. This is not charged to the student.
Personal 1,500 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.

Estimated
Total

$66,950


Billed Costs $63,286 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
Estimated
Amount Owed
$ ÷ 2 = $            Estimated semester cost after aid

Federal Work-Study $     Students find a job on campus and are paid biweekly.  Used for personal expenses.