Emory UniversitySchool Overview: Acceptance Rate, Tuition, and More

Atlanta, GA

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$53,804

Avg tuition

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About Emory University

School Type: Private

Status: Non-profit

Accreditation: Regional

Religious Affiliation: Christian, United Methodist  While the student experience is largely unaffected at most schools with religious affiliations, some schools place more of an emphasis on religion. Learn how religious affiliations may impact students' experience.

Emory University is a medium-sized private university located on an urban campus in Atlanta, Georgia. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 14,415, and admissions are highly selective, with an acceptance rate of 16%. The university offers 72 bachelor's degrees, has an average graduation rate of 90%, and a student-faculty ratio of 9:1. Tuition and fees for students are $53,804.

Admissions Breakdown

This school has a competitive acceptance rate.

This school is a little more selective about its students. Competitive acceptance schools welcome 15-50% of all applicants.

Acceptance Rate Insight

16% of students were accepted during the 2019-2020 school year. Sometimes schools with midrange acceptance rates have higher standards of entry but are still accessible to many students who apply.

SAT & ACT

Students who attend this school typically have higher standardized test scores than students at other schools.

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SAT 25th-75th Percentile 1360-1530

ACT 25th-75th Percentile 31-34

Learning Environment

Student Body Stats

This school has a student body of between 5,000 and 15,000 students.

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14k

Students Enrolled

10%

Online Student Enrollment

9:1

Student to Faculty Ratio

Ways Students Can Learn

On-campus
International Online classes are available for students around the world.

Demographics

White

43%

Non-U.S. Citizen

17%

Asian

16%

Black

10%

Hispanic

8%

Two or more races

4%

Unknown

2%

American Indian/Alaska Native

0%

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

0%

Female student population

60%

Socio-economic diversity

20% of students received an income-based Federal Pell Grant intended for low-income students.

Financial Breakdown

On average, students at this school receive more financial aid than students at other schools.

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Students Receiving Aid

Federal Grant Aid

20%

State Grant Aid

14%

Institution Grant Aid

55%

Pell Grant

20%

Average Aid Awarded

Federal Grant Aid $6,808
State Grant Aid $5,615
Institution Grant Aid $41,195
Pell Grant Aid $4,890

Financial Outlook

$66k

Average salary 6 years after starting school

$17k

Average student debt after graduation

Resource

Understanding Grants & Scholarships

Data collected from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), [2019-2020]. In the absence of IPED data, information was collected directly from the school and is accurate as of the date of collection. Contact the school directly for the most current and complete information.