E&H Grants

Emory & Henry College offers several institutional grants for students.

E&H Access Grant

Emory & Henry Access Grant is a need-based grant to assist students with financial need. Need is determined based on the results of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. The award is subject to change based on receipt of additional assistance from outside sources which may cover a student’s need. E&H Access Grant applies only to tuition. The award will be reduced or possibly eliminated for students enrolled at less than full-time enrollment (12 semester hours per semester). The annual award will be divided equally between the fall and spring semesters.  

Holston Conference Matching Grant

Emory & Henry College will provide students who are proven members of the United Methodist Holston Conference a grant for $500 and will also match up to $1,000 per year any bona fide scholarship awarded by the student’s home church through the Holston Conference.  The Financial Aid Office needs to receive notification of the church’s intent to provide a scholarship by February 15. The student must be an active member in good standing with a Holston Conference United Methodist Church.  

Legacy Grant

Beginning for Fall of 2015 prospective students, the Emory & Henry Legacy Grant will be provided to students who can prove that they have an immediate relative who graduated from Emory & Henry College. The annual award will be divided equally between the fall and spring semesters. 

Out-of-State Grant

The Out-of-State Grant is a need-based grant for non-Virginia residents who have significant financial need. Need is determined based on the results of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. The award is subject to change based on receipt of additional assistance from outside sources which may cover a student’s need. The Out-of-State Grant applies only to tuition. The award will be reduced or possibly eliminated for students enrolled at less than full-time enrollment (12 semester hours per semester). The annual award will be divided equally between the fall and spring semesters.