Grants & Scholarships

Grants and scholarships are funding sources which do not need to be repaid.  These amounts can be determined based on demonstrated need or academic merit. 

Federal Pell Grant

Provides need-based grants to low-income undergraduate students to promote access to post-secondary education.

Georgia Hope Scholarship

Entering freshmen who are Georgia residents may qualify for the HOPE Scholarship if they graduated from an eligible high school with a 3.0 or higher grade point average.

Georgia Zell Miller Scholarship

Available to high school graduates with a 3.7 or higher grade point average and a minimum score of 1200 on the SAT or 26 on ACT.

Georgia Tuition Equalization Grant

Provides non-repayable grants to eligible Georgia residents enrolled full-time who are attending approved private colleges in Georgia.

Lettie Pate Whitehead Scholarship

Awarded to Christian, female students from Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee or Florida.

Martin VB Teem Scholarship

Institutionally funded grant aid awarded on the basis of demonstrated need as reported on the FAFSA.

National Merit Scholarship

Entering National Merit finalists, who select Emory as their first choice college, will receive a National Merit Scholarship of $2000 sponsored by Emory.

Courtesy Tuition Benefit for Undergraduates

Available to dependent children of eligible Emory faculty and staff.

Veteran's Education Benefits

Veterans or dependents of veterans may qualify for monthly education benefits.

United Methodist Ministerial Tuition Benefit

Dependent children of active United Methodist ministers or missionaries may receive a scholarship for 45 percent of tuition.

External Scholarships

Many agencies, employers, military and service organizations award funds to students.

School-Specific Aid

Other grants and scholarships administered by your school may be available to you.

Yellow Ribbon Program

This program allows degree granting institutions of higher learning in the U.S. to voluntarily enter into an agreement with the VA to fund tuition expenses that exceed the annual VA tuition and fees benefit.