Located in Atlanta, Georgia, Emory University awards degrees as a private institution. Learners study with experts in many different fields. The school offers academic and technical programs for students planning to enter the workforce or pursue further studies degree. The amount students pay per credit is currently unknown. At the accredited school, degree-seekers qualify for financial aid, including federal loans, scholarships, and grants. A total of 58% of students receive financial aid and 29% take out loans at the school. Students earn their bachelor's degree from the school at a rate of 90%. The admission rate is 19% for hopeful students. Admissions advisors can provide more information about application requirements and start dates. Emory University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, an independent accrediting body.