Emory University

Private, Four-years School Located in Atlanta, GA

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How much is the Emory tuition? For the academic year 2022-2023, Emory's tuition & fees is $57,948 based on the NCES data.
With indirect costs not billed by school, such as room & boards and personal living expenses, the total cost of attendance for one academic year is $78,814 when a student lives on-campus.

Emory Tuition & Expenses

2022-2023 Rate
Tuition & Fees$57,948
Books & Supplies Costs$1,250
On-campus Room & Board$17,016
On-campus Expenses$2,600
Off-campus Room & Board$17,016
Off-campus Expenses$2,600
2023-2024 Projection
Tuition & Fees$57,120

How Much Does it Cost to Go to Emory for 4 Years?

For the class of 2027, who entering colleges in 2023, the 4 years tuition & fees is $258,885 at Emory. The estimated tuition rate is based on the changes over last 5 years. With room & board, books, and other personal expenses, the estimated 4 years costs of attendance is $345,347. After receiving financial aid including grants, scholarships, and/or student loans, the 4 years COA is down to $143,646.
The following table computes the 4 years tuition and COA by class of year.
College YearTuition & FeesCOAAfter Financial Aid
Freshmen (2023-24)$60,539$80,924$33,757
Sophomore (2024-25)$63,246$84,430$35,154
Junior (2025-26)$66,073$88,088$36,609
Senior (2026-27)$69,028$91,905$38,125
4 Years Total$258,885$345,347$143,646
College YearTuition & FeesCOAAfter Financial Aid
Freshmen (2024-25)$63,246$84,430$35,154
Sophomore (2025-26)$66,073$88,088$36,609
Junior (2026-27)$69,028$91,905$38,125
Senior (2027-28)$72,114$95,888$39,704
4 Years Total$270,460$360,311$149,592
College YearTuition & FeesCOAAfter Financial Aid
Freshmen (2025-26)$66,073$88,088$36,609
Sophomore (2026-27)$69,028$91,905$38,125
Junior (2027-28)$72,114$95,888$39,704
Senior (2028-29)$75,338$100,045$41,348
4 Years Total$282,553$375,926$155,786
College YearTuition & FeesCOAAfter Financial Aid
Freshmen (2026-27)$69,028$91,905$38,125
Sophomore (2027-28)$72,114$95,888$39,704
Junior (2028-29)$75,338$100,045$41,348
Senior (2029-30)$78,706$104,382$43,060
4 Years Total$295,186$392,220$162,237
College YearTuition & FeesCOAAfter Financial Aid
Freshmen (2027-28)$72,114$95,888$39,704
Sophomore (2028-29)$75,338$100,045$41,348
Junior (2029-30)$78,706$104,382$43,060
Senior (2030-31)$82,225$108,907$44,844
4 Years Total$308,384$409,222$168,956

Average Tuition By School Type and Comparison

Compared to four-years schools nationwide, Emory' tuition is much higher than the average tuition of $20,449. Compared to private, four-years colleges in Georgia, its tuition is much higher than the average tuition of $19,171.
In-StateOut-of-State
Emory University$57,948
U.S. Four-years Colleges$18,259
Public Schools$7,023$12,740
Private Schools$20,449
Georgia Four-years Colleges$15,539
Public Schools$5,081$9,838
Private Schools$19,171

Compare Similar School's Tuition

The next table compares the tuition & fees between Emory and similar schools. The similar colleges are selected by school type & level (private, four-years), ranking, and comparison frequency by our users. The comparison is based on 2022-2023 tuition rate.
LocationUndergraduateGraduate
Emory UniversityAtlanta, GA$57,948$46,700
New York UniversityNew York, NY$58,168$39,592
Johns Hopkins UniversityBaltimore, MD$60,480$62,962
University of Southern CaliforniaLos Angeles, CA$64,726$64,666
Boston CollegeChestnut Hill, MA$64,176$34,028
Tulane University of LouisianaNew Orleans, LA$62,844$63,244
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main CampusAtlanta, GA$32,876$30,646

Financial Aid and COA

At Emory University, 4,169 students (58%) received grant or scholarship from the federal government, state or local government, the institution, and other sources. The average amount of grant/scholarship received is $45,148.
After receiving financial aid, the cost of attendance (COA) at Emory is $33,666 for students living on-campus and $33,666 for students living off-campus.
For beginning students (i.e. first-time freshmen), 836 students received any type of financial aid including grants/scholarship and student loans. The average amount of grant/scholarship for the first-time students is $48,914 and the average amount of student loans is $7,280.
The financial aid data is based on 2021-2022 statistics from IPEDS.
COA (on-campus)$78,814
COA (off-campus)$78,814
Tuition & Fees$57,948
Indirect Costs (on-campus)$20,866
Indirect Costs (off-campus)$20,866
COA (on-campus) after Receiving Aid$33,666
COA (off-campus) after Receiving Aid$33,666
Average Financial Aid$45,148
Type of AidNumber Receiving AidPercent Receiving AidAverage Amount of Aid Received
Grant or Scholarship4,16958%$45,148
Pell Grants1,33919%$5,492
Federal Student Loan1,64223%$6,222
Type of AidNumber Receiving AidPercent Receiving AidAverage Amount of Aid Received
Any Financial Aid83656%-
Grants or Scholarships75951%$48,914
Federal Grants26318%$7,154
Pell Grants26318%$5,772
Other Federal Grants18212%$1,998
State/Local Grants15410%$6,109
Institutional Grants73849%$46,482
Student Loan Aid32622%$7,280
Federal Student Loans31821%$5,056
Other Student Loans342%$22,516

Admission Stats and Requirements to Apply

Emory's acceptance rate is 13.05%. A total of 33,435 applicants applied to and 4,364 students were accepted. Of the admitted students, 1,494 enrolled finally, and the yield (i.e. enrollment rate) is 34.23%.
To apply to Emory, 2 items are required - Secondary school record and Recommendations and 3 items are recommended to submit - Secondary school GPA, Completion of college-preparatory program and TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language). SAT and ACT scores are considered during the admissions process but are not required to be submitted.
TotalMenWomen
Applicants33,43512,736$20,699
Admitted4,3641,801$2,563
Enrolled1,494598$896
Acceptance Rate13.05%14.14%12.38%
Yield (Enrollment Rate)34.23%33.20%34.96%
Secondary school GPARecommended
Secondary school rankConsidered But Not Required
Secondary school recordRequired
Completion of college-preparatory programRecommended
RecommendationsRequired
Formal demonstration of competenciesNeither Required Nor Recommended
Admission test scoresConsidered But Not Required
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)Recommended
Other Test (Wonderlic, WISC-III, etc.)Neither Required Nor Recommended

SAT and ACT Scores

The SAT and ACT scores are considered but not required to apply to Emory. The average SAT score of the enrolled first-time students is 1,480 and the average ACT score (ACT composite) is 33.
Its SAT score is much higher than the national average score of 1,168. The ACT score is much higher than the national average score of 24.
Average25th75th
SAT Total1,4801,4201,540
National Average1,168
Georgia Average1,112
SAT EBRW720690750
SAT Math760730790
ACT Composite333234
National Average24
Georgia Average22

Student Population

Emory University has a total of 14,841 students including 7,101 undergraduate and 7,740 graduate students. By gender, there are 5,783 male students and 8,996 female students attending Emory. The school offers online degree programs and 483 students enrolled online exclusively (3.25% of all students).
TotalMaleFemale
Total14,779 5,7838,996
Undergraduate7,130 3,0104,120
Graduate7,649 2,7734,876

Directory & Academic Information

Directory Information
Address201 Dowman Drive, Atlanta, GA
Phone404-727-6123
WEBwww.emory.edu
Degree & Programs
DegreeUndergraduate, Graduate
Program Offered213 Programs
Graduate Program Offered121 Graduate Programs
Academic Stats
Acceptance Rate11.35%
Yield37.80%
Student Population14,841
Graduation Rate90%
Retention Rate95%
Students to Faculty Ratio Rate9 to 1
Faculty & Staffs
Number of Faculties2,037 (Full-time), 531 (Part-time)
Number of Staffs11,734 (Full-time), 1,219 (Part-time)
Average Faculty Salary$134,451
Average Staff Salary$80,524