2019 Tuition, Fees, and Living Costs Analysis

UndergraduateGraduatePer Credit HourEarning After Graduation
For academic year 2018-2019, undergraduate tuition & fees at Emory University is $51,306. The undergraduate 2019-2020 estimated tuition & fees at Emory University is $53,294. The 2019 undergraduate tuition has been risen by 3.88% from the previous year.The Living costs increased by 3.91% from the previous year for both on-campus and off-campus stay. The undergraduate tuition and fees at Emory University are around the average amount of similar schools' tuition ($53,246 - Private (not-for-profit) Research University (very high research activity)).
2018-2019 Undergraduate Tuition & Fees
YearTuition & FeesOn Campus Room & Board, Other Expenses
2017-2018$49,392$16,334
2018-2019$51,306$16,972
Change % 2018-20193.88%3.91%
2019-2020$53,294$17,635
***The estimated 2019-2020 costs are based on the costs change rate of last year.
For graduate school, the tuition and fees are $42,628 for academic year 2018-2019. The estimated graduate school tuition & fees at Emory University is $41,284 for academic year 2019-2020. The 2019 undergraduate tuition has been risen by 3.88% from the previous year. The graduate tuition and fees at Emory University are little bit lower than the average amount of similar schools' tuition ($47,651 - Private (not-for-profit) Research University (very high research activity)).
2018-2019 Graduate Tuition & Fees
YearTuition & FeesOn Campus Room & Board, Other Expenses
2017-2018$44,016$16,334
2018-2019$42,628$16,972
Change % 2018-2019-3.15%3.91%
2019-2020$41,284$17,635
***The estimated 2019-2020 costs are based on the costs change rate of last year.
Below table describes the cost per credit hour for part-time students and full-time students who take additional courses more than regular credit hours at Emory University.
Per Credit Hour Charge (2018-2019)
YearCost Per Credit Hour
Undergraduate2017-2018$2,029
2018-2019$2,108
2019-2020$2,190
Graduate2017-2018$2,267
2018-2019$2,322
2019-2020$2,378
Next table summarizes the average earning by years after graduation for Emory University graduates. After 6 years of graduation, the mean earning is $65,500 and, after 10 years of graduation, the mean earning is $84,400 for Emory University graduates.
Mean Earning After Graduation By Time
TotalMaleFemale
6 Years After Graduation$65,500$73,900$59,600
7 Years After Graduation$68,600--
8 Years After Graduation$72,300--
9 Years After Graduation$70,100--
10 Years After Graduation$84,400$96,800$76,700

Emory University 4 Years Tuition

Tuition & FeesCOAAfter Financial Aid
Based on 4-years changes on tuition & fees, we estimate 4 year tuition at Emory University for future and perspective students . For the students who admit in Fall 2019, the estimated 4 year tuition is $218,011. The estimation excludes the book, supplies, and living costs and before receiving any financial aid. See the other tabs for estimating 4 year total costs of attendance and after financial aid. Next table shows the 4 year tuition & fees estimation for next 5 admission years at Emory University.
4 Years Tuition & Fees at Emory University
Admission YearFreshmenSophomoreJuniorSenior4 Years Total
Class of 2023Fall 2019$52,554$53,832$55,142$56,483$218,011
Class of 2024Fall 2020$53,832$55,142$56,483$57,857$223,314
Class of 2025Fall 2021$55,142$56,483$57,857$59,264$228,746
Class of 2026Fall 2022$56,483$57,857$59,264$60,706$234,311
Class of 2027Fall 2023$57,857$59,264$60,706$62,183$240,010
Below table shows the 4 year estimation of total costs of attendance (COA) at Emory University. It includes the tuition & fees, books & supplies costs, room & board charges, and other living expenses. For the students who admit in Fall 2019, the estimated 4 year COA is $294,504. Next table shows the 4 year COA estimation for next 5 admission years at Emory University.
4 years COA at Emory University
Admission YearFreshmenSophomoreJuniorSenior4 Years Total
Class of 2023Fall 2019$71,113$72,762$74,450$76,178$294,504
Class of 2024Fall 2020$72,762$74,450$76,178$77,947$301,338
Class of 2025Fall 2021$74,450$76,178$77,947$79,758$308,334
Class of 2026Fall 2022$76,178$77,947$79,758$81,612$315,496
Class of 2027Fall 2023$77,947$79,758$81,612$83,510$322,827
Last year, 3,951 students ( 56.96% of enrolled undergraduate students) received the grant or scholarship aid. It includes any financial aid from federal government, state, local, institute, and other sources known by the institution. It excludes the federal/private student loans. After receiving the financial aid, the net price for 4 year is $146,240. Next table shows the 4 year COA estimation with financial aid for next 5 admission years at Emory University.
4 years COA with Financial Aid at Emory University
Admission YearFreshmenSophomoreJuniorSenior4 Years Total
Class of 2023Fall 2019$34,047$35,696$37,384$39,112$146,240
Class of 2024Fall 2020$35,696$37,384$39,112$40,881$153,074
Class of 2025Fall 2021$37,384$39,112$40,881$42,692$160,070
Class of 2026Fall 2022$39,112$40,881$42,692$44,546$167,232
Class of 2027Fall 2023$40,881$42,692$44,546$46,444$174,563

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2019 Tuition, Fees, and Living Cost Tables and Charts

Next tables and charts illustrate the 2019 tuition, fees, books & supplies, and living costs in detail. We provide the previous 5 years costs so that you can check the increased amounts of each cost item and estimate future year costs. In addition, you can check the financial aid amount including grant, scholarship, and federal student loans for last five years. Use left menu to explore the tuition and college costs information at Emory University.
Tuition & Fees | Financial Aid
Emory University 2019 Costs of Attendance
Tuition & FeesBook & SuppliesLiving Costs
Undergraduate$51,306$1,224 $16,972
Graduate$42,628 $1,224$16,972


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