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Located in Atlanta, Georgia, Emory University is a mid-size four year private college offering both undergrad and graduate programs. The school has a religious affiliation with the United Methodist faith. In the most recent statistical year 30,017 prospective students applied, and 4,682 were granted admission. Of those admitted 1,374 enrolled in the school. 12,902 students are enrolled on a full time basis, and 1,556 attend part time. In-state tuition for 2019/2020, excluding room and board, is $53,070 plus fees of $734. Emory is ranked 24 nationally in the CollegeSimply.com 2020 U.S. Colleges Ranking.
Emory is rated within the top 5% of four-year colleges nationally and earns a CollegeSimply grade of 10 out of 10. Learn how ratings are calculated
Rankings for Emory University within the 2021 CollegeSimply Best Colleges Lists.
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|Applications Due||Jan 1, 2021|
|Applicant Competition||Very High|
|Books and Supplies||$1,224|
|Room and Board||$14,972|
|Budget for Other Expenses||$2,604|
|Total One Year Cost||$72,604|
|Subject||Percent of Class|
|Liberal Arts and Humanities||17%|