Emory University

Atlanta, GA

National College Match Scholarship Package

These numbers reflect estimated student expenses for the 2023-2024 school year. Amounts will change slightly from year to year, but as the cost of college increases, the scholarship packages will correspondingly increase. Your official financial aid award will be included in a letter directly from Emory. 

Annual Cost



Housing and Food


Books & Supplies






Health Insurance

See below

Required Fees






Federal Work-Study


Student Summer Work Contribution


Parent Contribution


Student Loan




Policy on Outside Funding

Outside funding will first reduce the Work-Study component of the package, up to the Cost of Attendance. If outside funds are greater than the Cost of Attendance, the grant award will be reduced to ensure that total funding does not exceed the budgeted Cost of Attendance.

Policy on Health Insurance

Emory requires all students to have health insurance, either through their parents or another plan. If the student is not covered by a parental plan, the Emory grant will be increased to cover the cost of student insurance. The 2023-24 university health insurance plan cost is $4,764.

Policy on Student Contribution

Work-study is an expected portion of the student award package. Additional institutional grant funds will not be substituted for those who decline to work.

Requirements Associated with Maintaining this Award

Emory University’s Financial Aid Overview 

Emory is committed to awarding aid based on financial need determined by a thorough review of each family's circumstances. Financial need is assessed using institutional methodology. Funding an education is primarily the responsibility of the student and family. Emory will award financial aid to supplement, not replace, the family's ability to pay. Our goal is to assist as many families as possible in a fair and equitable manner while meeting demonstrated need. Aid packages must be renewed every year.

QuestBridge Scholars and students from families with total incomes less than $50,000 and little to no assets can expect a financial aid package that looks like the package above. Families with higher incomes and assets may see slightly different results.