Emory College and Oxford College

 The cost of attendance is the same for students at Emory College and Oxford College.

Total Cost 2020–2021

Billed and Estimated Costs Table
Direct Costs
Tuition$53,070Fixed charge for 12 credit hours or more for which you are billed.
Fees$798Fixed charges for athletic, activity, and health and wellness fees for which you are billed. Actual billed charge may be different based on courses.
Housing$8,984Students 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$6,258The total estimated food expense covers the mandatory food charge. Actual billed charge may be different based on meal plan option chosen.
Indirect Costs
Travel$1,026Represents a modest travel allowance. Actual expenses will vary by student. This is not charged to the student.
Personal$1,524A variable figure that includes items such as laundry, telephone, grooming, and entertainment. This is not charged to the student.
Books$1,224Per information from Emory Bookstore, average expenses for required books. Will vary by curriculum.
Direct Loan Fees$80Represents a fee assessed by the Department of Education at the time of Direct Loan origination. The fee is calculated as a percentage of the loan amount and is deducted at the time of disbursement.
Estimated Total$72,964 

Estimated Cost after Aid

Estimated Cost after Aid Table
Direct Costs$69,110This is an estimated total for Tuition, Fees, Housing, Food. Other charges which can be billed include orientation fee, parking permit, health insurance, etc.
-Loans$Interest Rate: Student Federal Direct Loans have a fixed interest rate, and 6 month Grace Period prior to beginning repayment
-Total Grant$Sum of all institutional, federal, and state funds
Estimated Amount Owed$Divided by 2 = Estimated semester cost after aid.
Note: Federal work-study jobs are not part of the bill. Students find a job on-campus, and are paid bi-weekly. Used for personal expenses.