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Rollins School of Public Health Financial Aid

At Rollins, your financial aid package may include grants and scholarships, loans, and student employment. Be sure to visit the School of Public Health website to learn of additional funding opportunities or aid programs administered outside the Office of Financial Aid.

Grants and Scholarships


Student Employment

Depending on the school or program, graduate students can work part time in a variety of campus jobs. 

Learn more about available jobs for graduate students

Rollins Learn and Earn

At Rollins School of Public Health students can earn up to $2,500 per semester at federal, state, and government agencies as well as Emory-affiliated programs, for-profit, and nonprofit organizations throughout Atlanta through the Rollins Earn and Learn Program (REAL).