Allied Health Institution Grants and Scholarships

Emory University awards grants and scholarships to undergraduate Allied Health students based on demonstrated need or academic merit.

Courtesy Tuition Benefit for Undergraduates

Dependent children of eligible Emory faculty and staff may receive full-tuition scholarships, based on employee hire date and years of service. Eligible faculty and staff and their spouses or domestic partners may also receive a courtesy award for a portion of their tuition.

Learn more about the Courtesy Tuition Benefit

Martin VB Teem Scholarship

The Martin VB Teem Scholarship is an institutionally funded grant aid awarded on the basis of demonstrated need as reported on the FAFSA. Awards are made to full-time students only. Funds are extremely limited and made on a first-come/first-serve basis. If you are awarded the Martin VB Teem Scholarship, you are not eligible for other university need-based scholarships.

National Merit Scholarship

Entering National Merit finalists who are selected as a school sponsored scholar and notify National Merit Scholarship Corporation that Emory is their first choice college will receive a yearly National Merit Scholarship of $2,000 sponsored by Emory for four years of attendance. Finalists chosen by National Merit Scholarship Corporation to receive other sponsored scholarships will receive those awards as prescribed by National Merit Scholarship Corporation. If the National Merit Scholarship recipient has been awarded institutional grant funding, the grant award will not be reduced by the amount of the scholarship.

United Methodist Ministerial Tuition Benefit

Dependent children of active United Methodist ministers or missionaries will receive a 45 percent tuition benefit. This award may be adjusted when combined with other tuition awards. 

Download an application from our Forms page

Yellow Ribbon Program

The Yellow Ribbon program is a provision of the Post-9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2008 that allows degree-granting institutions of higher learning in the US to voluntarily enter into an agreement with the VA to fund tuition expenses that exceed the annual VA tuition and fees benefit.