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Undergraduate Financial Aid

Flourishing at Emory means not having to worry about financing your education. Emory meets 100% of financial need for first-degree undergraduate students. Through Emory Advantage, all students with demonstrated financial need will be offered institutional grants to replace need-based loans as part of their financial aid packages.

Financial Aid Basics

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Cost of Attendance

Your aid is determined by comparing your Expected Family Contribution with Expected Family Contribution (EFC)/Student Aid Index (SAI) and Emory’s estimated Cost of Attendance (COA).

What is your program's cost of attendance?
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Explore Funding Programs

From federal, state, and private aid to institutional grants and scholarships, learn all about your financial aid resources.

Where does funding come from?
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Talk To An Advisor

Our advisors are here throughout your time at Emory! Our goal is to help make your education affordable.

Contact your advisor

Resources Tailored To Your Needs

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Emory offers need-based aid to a select number of international students each year.

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Veterans or dependents of veterans may qualify for VA education benefits in addition to other types of aid.

Estimate Your College Costs

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Net Price Calculator

Learn more about how much your family may be expected to contribute towards your college costs and what types of financial aid you might qualify for.


Answer six questions and estimate your college costs in as little as three minutes.