Tuition and Fees
2013 Summer tuition is $1325 per semester hour for Emory College students and visiting students. Tuition for Oxford College students is $1128 per semester hour. A $43 athletic fee and a $58 student health fee are assessed to all students living on campus. Additional fees may apply.
Emory and Visiting students enrolled in the summer term must settle their financial account online through OPUS or in person( Student Financial Services office, Boisfeuillet Jones Center) before May 20, 2013, to avoid cancellation. Registration is not complete unless tuition and fees are paid. Students who register in person on May 20 or July 1 must pay their assessed tuition and fees at registration.
Students will need to access OPUS to review their charges, determine the amount owed and submit their payment online and to avoid class cancellation for nonpayment. See the Student Financial Services web site for further information, deadlines, policy information, and refund schedule.
Financial Aid for Emory Students
Awarding for the summer term begins mid to late spring. A separate summer financial aid application is not necessary to be conisdered for financial aid. Emory students who register for at least six(6)semester hours will be automatically notified of their eligibility for assistance for the summer term. Students should register for both sessions of summer school so their aid awards will be based on the total number of semester hours of summer enrollment.
You will be notified by email when your financial award letter is ready to view in OPUS. Check OPUS to ensure that your eamil address is correct.
Students who have graduated from Oxford College and are eligible to continue to Emory College will be considered Emory College students for eligibility and awarding purposes. Oxford College does not award financial aid for the summer term to current Oxford College students.
Visiting Student Scholarship
Visiting, non-degree seeking students admitted to Emory College for Summer 2013 may be eligible for a partial scholarship. Visiting students are encouraged to apply for the Emory College Visiting Student Summer Scholarship. To be considered, students must (1.) be accepted as a non-degree seeking student, (2.) complete and submit the visiting student scholarship application (PDF) with a copy of your 2012-2013 financial aid award letter and an academic transcript from your home institution, and (3.) must enroll for a minimum of six credit hours.
Once admitted as a visiting student, submit your scholarship materials to Summer School Programs, Candler Library, Suite 200, 550 Asbury Circle, Mail Stop: 1580-002-2AH, Atlanta, GA 30322. The scholarship deadline is May 20, 2013. Scholarships are based on the number of credit hours enrolled at Emory, financial need and academic merit.