New, admitted E&H students and their families are invited to be a part of this special day of celebration to see an inside peek into Emory & Henry College. Experience Ampersand - the E&H student experience - via our Ampersand Day celebration where we showcase the work of our students and celebrate their accomplishments. After Ampersand Day, enjoy your evening on the Duck Pond Lawn with an outdoor dinner and musical guests sponsored by the Student Government Association.
We’ve selected you for admission based on your academic achievements, outstanding record of extracurricular activities, and your interest in becoming an important member of our campus. As we welcome you to our campus community, this page details and links you to the next steps to finalize your enrollment.
Beginning Oct. 1* you can file your FAFSA using tax returns from two years prior. *vs. Jan. 1 in prevous years.
Your $200 non-refundable enrollment deposit secures your housing and reserves your place in the incoming class. $150 of your deposit money will be credited to your first semester of tuition, the remaining $50 covers your New Student Orientation fee. You can pay your deposit online, by phone or by sending us a check in the mail.
Registration begins March 15. Pre-register to help ensure your seat is reserved on the date and time that works best for you.Pre-Register for Registration Day
It wouldn’t be college without forms to complete. Make sure you submit all forms no later than December 1 for Spring Enrollment or August 1 for Fall Enrollment. You might also find our ‘Items to Bring Checklist’ useful — it’s not a form, we just find it handy enough to share.
Make an appointment with your primary care doctor for a physical evaluation and bring this form along for your doctor to help complete. Complete all six pages. Tetanus booster must be within past 10 years. Student needs to sign pages 1, 2 and 6 (or guardian will sign page 6 if student is under 18). Physician needs to sign pages 2, 3 and 5.<
Once completed, mail your medical form to:
Office of Admission, Emory & Henry College, P.O. Box 947, Emory, VA 24327
Please complete and submit these additional enrollment forms, depending on which ones apply to you as a new student at Emory & Henry College.
View current Financial Aid Status and other important Academic Information and Forms.
Log In to Student Self-Service Center
The Emory & Henry College Campus Alert System allows students, parents, faculty and staff to receive updates and campus-wide alerts on their cell phones (smart and basic, via TXT Messaging), by email, or both. The system is used in the event of an emergency or school delays/closing due to severe weather. It’s a vital communication tool the college uses to keep the campus community notified of high-priority information—be sure you’re in-the-know by signing up today: Sign Up for Emergency Alerts
The College maintains a variety of college calendars that can help you stay up-to-date with student driven events, special functions, Lyceums, Athletic events, and much more! Our calendars are powered by Google Calendar, allowing you to subscribe using your @ehc.edu email account and have all the college events at the tip of your fingers, whether you're on a desktop, tablet, or smart phone.
Take those calendar subscriptions and make them work for you! To help make sure you never forget an event, you can get notifications on your phone, computer, or by email. You can change your default notification settings anytime or change your notifications for a single event.
Students accepted to Emory & Henry College can refer to this timeline for guidance in completing the process to become enrolled at the College. If you have questions email the admissions office or contact your counselor.
Grab the spotlight or take a backstage pass at our Open House. Attend short morning sessions about the admissions process/financial aid, academics, and enjoy lunch on us. Meet faculty, staff and current students. Complete a Church Leadership Fellows scholarship interview and learn more about the Department of Religion and Spiritual Life.
Complete a Mass Communications Leader Scholars scholarship interview, a media production project and learn more about the Department of Mass Communications and Emory & Henry College.
Youth Literacy. Climate Change. Domestic Abuse. Civil Rights. Immigration. Affordable Healthcare. War and Conflict. Deforestation. Gender Equality. What do you care about? Do you want the knowledge, skills, and experience to lead social change and to make a difference the issues you care about? You can get these skills and you can get a scholarship for it at Emory & Henry. Complete a Civic Leader Scholars scholarship interview, a service project and learn more about the Department of Civic Innovation and Emory & Henry College.
Wasp Welcome is your chance to have the full college visit experience. This is a unique visit where we roll out the red carpet for you! During this fun and informative day, you will experience a guided tour of our campus, an academic and student life fair and information sessions devoted to the admissions process, financial aid, scholarships and more! Mark your calendar and register to attend this Spring event!
Ampersand is the Emory & Henry student experience where students connect what they care about to what they are learning—to design and implement projects that contribute positive results to our world. Ampersand Day allows us to showcase the work of our students to the campus, local, and broader community—and celebrate their accomplishments. Admitted students and their families are invited to be a part of this special day of celebration to see an inside peek into Emory & Henry College. After Ampersand Day, enjoy your evening on the Duck Pond Lawn with an outdoor dinner and musical guests sponsored by the Student Government Association.