Prospective Student Financial Aid

If you are applying for an undergraduate Allied Health program, you should apply for financial aid at the same time you begin your application for admission. It just takes a few simple steps to apply for financial aid. Remember to follow the directions carefully, keep in mind your deadlines, and use the Office of Financial Aid as a resource to guide you.

Find out more about the required steps and important deadlines for financial aid, according to the type of application you are submitting.

Fall/Spring Semesters

This financial aid application information is for prospective students applying to the undergraduate program at the School of Medicine for the regular academic year.

Important Dates and Deadlines
SubmissionDeadline
2020–2021 FAFSAFebruary 15, 2020
2018 Student IRS Tax TranscriptOnly if selected for verification
2018 Parent IRS Tax TranscriptOnly if selected for verification
Award Notification BeginsMay 2020

Summer Start

This financial aid application information is for prospective students applying to the undergraduate program at the School of Medicine for the starting during the summer term. Summer start students will need to submit two years' applications for aid.

Financial Aid Dates and Deadlines
SubmissionDeadline
2019–2020 FAFSAFebruary 15, 2020
2017 Student IRS Tax TranscriptOnly if selected for verification
2017 Parent IRS Tax TranscriptOnly if selected for verification
Summer 2020 Award Notification BeginsApril 1, 2020
2020–2021 FAFSAMay 1, 2020
2018 Student IRS Tax TranscriptOnly if selected for verification
2018 Parent IRS Tax TranscriptOnly if selected for verification
Fall 2020/Spring 2021 Award Notification BeginsJune 1, 2020

It’s Easy to Apply for Financial Aid

1. Complete the FAFSA

First, you need to complete the FAFSA, so you will be considered for all forms of federally funded grants, low-interest-rate loans, and work-study assistance. Make sure you pay attention to deadlines.

Get started on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Emory’s FAFSA Code:
001564

How to Submit Foreign Tax Documents

Foreign tax returns or foreign country equivalent are required of non-US residents. Provide a signed copy of the foreign taxes, translated to English and converted to USD, and include the currency conversion rate used. Once the CSS Profile is completed with this information, please upload or mail the foreign tax returns or foreign country equivalent to the College Board’s Institutional Documentation Service (IDOC).

Financial Aid Award Notification

Your award notification will be sent to your email address marked as preferred within OPUS approximately 48 hours following the admission decision release if all documentation has been submitted on time. After the financial aid process, Student Financial Services is responsible for the management of all business related to the student financial account including the billing and collection of all student charges, issuances of refund balances, and more.
Contact Student Financial Services