Highest Degree Offered: Doctoral
College Type: Private
Academic Calendar: Semester
Emory is a highly-ranked research university in the metropolitan Atlanta area. The school was awarded a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa for strengths in the liberal arts and sciences, and Emory is a member of the elite Association of American Universities for research strengths. Most of Emory's undergrads go to Emory College on the main campus, but about 700 students begin in a two-year liberal arts program at Oxford College in the small town of Oxford, Georgia. Emory's multi-billion-dollar endowment ranks with many Ivy League universities and helps support its strong schools of medicine, theology, law, nursing, and public health. The prestigious Goizueta Business School can boast of faculty members such as former President Jimmy Carter. On the athletic front, the Emory Eagles compete in the NCAA Division III University Athletic Association. Emory's general excellent earned it a place on my lists of top Georgia colleges, top southeastern colleges, best universities, and top business schools.
Most Popular Majors
Anthropology, Biology, Business Administration, Economics, Neuroscience, Nursing, Political Science, Psychology
Total Students: 12755
Total Grad Students: 5524
Undergraduate Students: 7231
Total Student/Faculty Ratio: 4:1
Undergraduate Student/Faculty Ratio: 2:1
Percent Male: 45%
Percent Female: 55%
Alumni Giving Rate: %
Graduation and Retention Information
Four-Year Graduation Rate: 85%
Six-Year Graduation Rate: 90%
Graduation and Retention Data From: Spring 2010
408 Administration Building- 201 Dowman Drive
Atlanta Georgia 30322
Main Phone: 404-727-6123
100 Hamill Street
Oxford, GA 30054
Assistant Dean, Admission
Transfer Services Contact:
International Admissions Contact:
Applying to Transfer
Common App Used? Yes
High School Transcript Required? Yes
Minimum GPA for Applying:
Applicants should have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale in all college work attempted; most students that are admitted into Emory College have a minimum GPA of 3.3 or better.
Minimum Grades for Transfer:
The minimum grade earned for any course that may be transferred for credit is C.
In order to graduate from Emory, a transfer student is required to complete the last 4 semesters (sixty-four semester hours) of coursework at Emory. Transfer students may transfer up to 64 semester hours of college credit to Emory College.
Test Scores for Applying:
SAT/ACT/ TOEFL scores can be waived if students have completed over 50 hours of college credit by emailing transferadmiss@LearnLink.Emory.Edu.
Letters of Recommendation Required:
A letter of recommendation from a college professor is required.
An essay is required on the Common Application. There is no essay on the Emory Common Application Supplement.
$50 application fee, a fee waiver from the College Board, OR a copy of your previous school's award letter accompanied by a letter from a financial aid professional indicating PELL Grant eligibility.
All transfer students are encouraged to apply directly to Emory College due to the limited time students would spend at Oxford College prior to transitioning to Emory College.
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Standardized Testing Notes:
Transfers Applied: 912
Transfers Accepted: 260
Transfer Percentage Accepted: 29%
Freshmen Percentage Accepted: 29%
Difference Between Transfer and Freshmen Acceptance Rates: %
Admissions Data From: Fall 2011
Other Expenses: 2100
Room and Board: 11628
Tuition and Fees: 41164
Total Cost: 55992
Note on Costs:
Please visit our website at http://college.emory.edu/home/admission/cost/ for more information about tuition and fees.
Costs Data From: 2011-12
General Financial Aid Information:
Our Office of Financial Aid administers federal, state and university need-based aid. Types of assistance include grants, scholarships, loans and employment. Individual schools also award scholarships and/or fellowships, most of which are based on merit.
CSS/Profile Used? Yes
Own Financial Aid Form? No
Average Amount of Aid – Grants:
Average Amount of Aid – Loans: 6063
Percent of New Students Receiving Aid: 65%
Percent of New Students Receiving Grants: 59%
Percent of New Students Receiving Loans: 40%
Financial Aid Data From: Fall 2010