Tuition & Fees

Tuition per semester is $17,250 and $34,500* annually for new, incoming first-year and transfer students. The average room cost for the academic year is $6,867* and average board cost is $6,100*, which includes 19 meals per week plus $260 in Flex Cash and $250 in GET Funds cash.

Cost of Attendance (COA)

The cost of attendance (COA) is divided into two categories — Direct Cost and Indirect Cost. Direct Costs are items charged directly by Emory & Henry College, such as tuition and fees, room, and board. Indirect Costs are items such as books, supplies, transportation and other miscellaneous necessities.

Tuition, room, and board charges are typically posted by March 1 of each year for the following year. Fees other than tuition, room, and board typically are not revised until April 1 of the preceding year; therefore, the miscellaneous fee amounts posted may change.

*Total direct charges may vary based on the student’s status as an undergraduate or graduate student and the selected meal plan or residence. These costs are subject to change during the school year. Emory & Henry reserves the right to modify charges at any time. 

Direct Charges: Per Enrollment Year

  • New Full–time Resident Undergraduate Student for the 2019-20 Academic Year
    • Tuition: $34,500 per year New, Incoming Students
      ($17,250 per semester / 12-18 credit hours / entering 2019-20 first-year and transfer students*)
    • RN to BSN in Nursing Program Tuition, Fees and Other Costs
    • Student Fees: (per year)
      • Student Activity Fee: $200
      • Technology Fees:
        •   Residential Student: $400
        •   Commuter Student: $300
      • Student Accident Insurance: $25
    • Room*(Avg.) : $6,667 per year ($3,334 per semester)
    • Board*(Avg.): $6,100 per year ($3,050 per semester, 19 meals per week plus $260 in Flex Cash and $250 in GET Funds Cash)
    • TOTAL: $47,892 per year ($23,946 per semester, based on averages)
    * Costs vary based on selected meal plan and/or residence. See additional options below.

      Student Health Insurance

    Health insurance is strongly recommended for all undergraduate students at Emory & Henry College for the 2019-2020 school year. Private health insurance is required for School of Health Sciences graduate students, varsity athletes, and students in several programs including Cheer and Dance, Equestrian riders, Outdoor Programs and Rugby. International students must have a U.S. accepted policy. Visit the Health Center Insurance page for more information.

  • Returning Full–time Resident Undergraduate Student for the 2019-20 Academic Year
    • Tuition:
      • 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 Entering First-Year/Transfer Undergraduates: $34,500 per year ($17,250 per semester / 12-18 credit hours / For undergraduate students who began during the 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 academic years.)
      • 2017-18 Entering First-Year/Transfer Undergraduates: $34,500 per year*
        ($17,250 per semester / 12-18 credit hours / For undergraduate students who began during the 2016-17 academic year.*)
      • 2016-17 Entering First-Year/Transfer Undergraduates: $33,500 per year*
        ($16,750 per semester / 12-18 credit hours / For undergraduate students who began during the 2016-17 academic year.*)
    • Student Fees (per year)
      • Student Activity Fee: $200
      • Technology Fees:
        •   Residential Student: $400 
        •   Commuter Student: $300
      • Student Accident Insurance: $25
    • Room**(Avg.) : $6,667 per year ($3,334 per semester)
    • Board**(Avg.): $6,100 per year ($3,050 per semester, 19 meals per week plus $250 in Flex Cash and $250 in GET Funds Cash)
    • TOTAL:
      • 2017-18, 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 Cohort: $47,892 per year ($24,113 per semester, based on averages)
      • 2016-17 Cohort: $46,892 per year ($23,613 per semester, based on averages)
    * This price represents frozen tuition cost for entering 2017-18 cohort and 2016-17 cohort (includes First-Year or Transfer students).
    **Total direct charges may vary based on selected meal plan and residence.

      Student Health Insurance

    Health insurance is strongly recommended for all undergraduate students at Emory & Henry College for the 2019-2020 school year. Private health insurance is required for School of Health Sciences graduate students, varsity athletes, and students in several Affinity Programs including Cheer and Dance, Equestrian riders, Outdoor Programs and Rugby. International Students must have a U.S. accepted policy. Visit the Health Center Insurance page for more information.

  • Housing, Meal Plans, Tuition for Part Time & Non-Degree Seeking Students, Academic Fees

    Housing (Room) options — Annual Fall & Spring Semesters

    • Weaver, Wiley Jackson, Stuart and Sullins: $5,500 per year
    • Hillman (single residence): $7,200 per year
    • Cambridge, Prillaman and Two New Units: $7,200 per year
    • Elm and Hickory: $7,200 per year
    • Village Townhouse: $7,900 per year
    • Private Room additional charge: $1,300 (extra based on availability)
      Includes high-speed wireless Internet (WiFi), laundry and digital cable. Check each residence hall’s page for amenities and additional information.

    Meal Plan (Board) options — Annual Fall & Spring Semesters

    • 19 Meals per week plus $260 Flex Cash and $250 GET Funds Cash: $6100 per year (default meal plan)
    • 14 Meals per week plus $300 Flex Cash and $250 GET Funds Cash: $5,900 per year
    • 10 Meals per week plus $300 Flex Cash, $250 GET Funds Cash: $5,000 per year (Requires junior or senior status living in the Village Townhouses only.)
    • 5 Meals per week plus $250 Flex Cash and $250 GET Funds Cash: $2,000 per year (Commuting students only eligible)

    Daily meal rates are available for non-residential students and guests.  

    *GET Funds cards are usable for a variety of purposes outside of meal plans such as Sodexo venues, Macado’s and Emory Mercantile & Bookstore. 

     

    Tuition for Part–Time Students

    • $1,350 per credit hour (less than 12 hours per semester)

    Tuition for Part–Time Non-Degree seeking students

    For students who are not seeking a degree, certificate or endorsement.

    • Tuition per semester: $1,050 (Limit one course per semester)

    Academic Fees

  • General & Other Fees

    General Fees

    • Graduation: $200 (senior year only)
    • Transcript Ordering Fee: $10
    • Automobile Registration: $125 (annual fee)
    • Enrollment Deposit (for new students only): $200
      • Orientation Fee $100 (taken out of enrollment deposit, new students only)
    • Room Reservation Fee: $100
      (returning students only, a credit will be applied to the following semester’s boarding costs)

    Course Program Fees

    Based on the individual course of study.

    • Supervised Teaching: $590
      For all teacher prep programs
    • Education Practicum: $100 
    • Applied Music Fee (private lesson) per course, 1/2 hour lesson: $440 
    • Applied Music Fee (private lesson) per course, 1-hour lesson: $880 
    • Outdoor Program Membership (annual): $125 

    Equine Studies 

    • *Boarding Fee (fall and spring semesters): $2,700 per semester
    • Equine Course Fee: $125 per credit hour (non-mounted course)
    • Mounted Course Fee:
      • $750 — 1 credit course / 2 times per week 
      • $650 — 2 credit course / 1 time per week
      • $1,000 — 2 credit course / 3 times per week
    • Equine Workshops: TBA(1 credit)
    *Boarding Fee does not include vet or farrier expense

    International Studies

    • Study Abroad Fee (Third-Party programs): $2,000 per semester
      (personal expenses and travel costs are additional)
    • Study Abroad (short term): All travel-related expenses 

    Late Fees & Replacement Fees

    • Late Payment Fee (Strictly Enforced): $500
    • Diploma Reorder: $50 
    • Late Graduation Contract: $125
    • Returned Check: $30
    • I.D. Replacement: $50
    • Room Key Replacement: $150
    • Room Lock Replacement: $70
    • Late Add or Drop Fee: $25 per course
    • Late Course Withdrawal: $25 per course
    • Transcript Fee: $10 per transcript

      Student Health Insurance

    Health insurance is strongly recommended for all undergraduate students at Emory & Henry College for the 2019-2020 school year. Private health insurance is required for School of Health Sciences graduate students, varsity athletes, and students in several programs including Cheer and Dance, Equestrian riders, Outdoor Programs and Rugby. International students must have a U.S. accepted policy. Visit the Health Center Insurance page for more information.

  • 2019-20 Graduate Student Costs
    2019-2020 Main Campus Graduate Programs Main Campus, Emory, Va.
    • Community & Organizational Leadership: $520 per credit hour (M.A.Col.)
    • Education: $365 per credit hour (M.A.Ed. & M.Ed.)

    2019 School of Health Sciences Graduate Programs Marion Campus, Marion, Va.
    Graduate & Doctoral Programs (per semester & year)
    • Doctor of Physical Therapy (D.P.T.)
      • *2019 cohort $35,709 per year ($11,903 per semester)
      • *2018 cohort $34,671 per year ($11,557 per semester)
      • *2017 cohort $33,660 per year ($11,220 per semester)
    • Master of Occupational Therapy (M.O.T.)
      • *2019 cohort $9,391 per semester
        Year 1: $28,173 / Year 2: $28,173 / Year 3: $9,391
      • *2018 cohort $9,118 per semester
        Year 1: $27,354 / Year 2: $27,354 / Year 3: $9,118
      • *2017 cohort $8,852 per semester
        Year 1: $26,556 / Year 2: $26,556 / Year 3: $8,852
    • Master of Physician Assistant Studies (M.P.A.S.)
      • *2019 cohort $11,596 per semester ($34,788 per year)
      • *2018 cohort $11,258 per semester ($33,774 per year)
      • *2017 cohort $11,149 per semester ($22,298 per year)
    • Master of Science in Athletic Training (TBD) (M.S.A.T.)
    Fees for 2019 Health Science Graduate Cohort
    • Technology Fee $495 per year ($165 per semester)
    • Activity Fee $300 per year ($100 per semester)
    *Tuition rates for future cohorts may be subject to change; however, the tuition rates above will remain the same for the duration of the programs for the cohort.
  • 2019 Summer School Student Costs
    • 2019 Summer School Tuition Costs:
      Fixed for each entering class cohort group.
      • Terms I, II, and III: $220 per credit hour
    • 2019 Summer Housing (Room) Options
      • Term I: $165 (3 weeks at $55 per week)
      • Term II: $275 (5 weeks at $55 per week)
      • Term III: $165 (3 weeks at $55 per week)

    *(2020 Summer School Costs TBD.)

Domestic Tuition Payments
Based on our continued commitment to help you more easily afford an education, Emory & Henry College has conducted a review of education payment plan providers, and Tuition Management Systems (TMS) has been chosen as our exclusive payment plan administrator.  As a result, we will no longer offer the services of AES. 12, 10, 8, 5 and 4-payment plans are available based on your individual needs. See Emory & Henry Tuition Payment Plan webpage for more details.

International Tuition Payments
Emory & Henry College has partnered with PaytoStudy to provide international students a method for making tuition payments effectively and efficiently. Students using PaytoStudy to pay their tuition payments will save money on all international wire transfers, and are guaranteed better currency exchange rates than those available directly through banks or credit cards. This new program guarantees that your deposits or tuition payments will be received by Emory & Henry College within 48 hour. Both Emory & Henry College and the student will receive an email notification as soon as your payment has been received.