Emory & Henry College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award Baccalaureate, and Master's degrees.
Emory & Henry enrolls 897 undergraduate students and 35 students in the College's graduate programs. 81.2 percent of our students live on campus. The current first-year class size is 277.
The student-to-teacher ratio is 10:1 and 75 percent of our classes have fewer than 20 students.
Tuition per semester is $14,483 and $28,966 annually. Room for the academic year is $4,926 (per year) and board is $4,854* (19 meals per week with $140 flex dollars, per year). Other room and board options can be found here.
Emory & Henry's liberal arts curriculum spans more than 26 programs of study, including our interdisciplinary programs, which allow students to combine classes from more than one subject area to create a more specialized major.
Financial Aid & Scholarships
A variety of merit scholarships and need-based grants offered. Approximately 98 percent of all students receive financial aid and 84 percent receive need-based financial aid. The average award to our incoming first-year students including only grants and scholarships is $18,000.
The College has 72 full time faculty members and 85 percent of those have terminal degrees. In the last two decades 14 faculty members have been honored with national or state awards.
The mean combined (math and verbal) SAT scores of E&H students is 1002. The middle 50 percent SAT Math score of enrolled students is 433-560 and the middle 50 percent SAT verbal score is 440-558. The College's current acceptance rate is 71%. 45% percent of enrolled students graduated in the top 25 percent of their senior class.
Emory & Henry participates in NCAA Division III, is a member of the respected Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC), and fields teams in men's football, soccer, basketball, baseball, cross country and tennis, and in women's cross country, volleyball, basketball, softball, soccer, tennis and swimming.
Emory & Henry is ranked among the top 5 percent of all the nation's more than 3,800 colleges and universities in the percentage of alumni contributing annually.