Before You Apply

Prospective Emory undergraduate students should start their financial application process at the same time they begin their admission application process.

What you need to complete your application

Before starting, we recommend you gather the following information and materials, which will help you answer all the application questions.

  • Your social security number
  • Your driver's license number, if you have one
  • Tax information, documents, or returns for you and your parents, including:
    • IRS W-2
    • IRS Form 1040
    • Foreign tax return or IRS Form 1040-NR
    • Tax return for Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, the US Virgin Islands, the Marshall Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, or Palau
  • Records for untaxed income, such as child support, interest income, and veterans noneducation benefits
  • Information about your financial assets, including:
    • Cash
    • Savings and checking account balances
    • Investments, including stocks and bonds and real estate other than the home in which you reside
    • Business and farm assets

If you are applying for financial aid as a dependent student, you will also want to gather your parents' relevant financial information. If you are married, you will want to have your spouse's financial information on hand.

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Click below to review additional details to help you understand and complete your financial aid application materials.

Who is eligible for need-based financial aid?

How is financial aid calculated?

Learn more about the many types and sources of financial aid

Apply for financial aid in three steps

Related Resources

Application information for International Students

Application information for Undocumented Students

Application information for Parents & Families