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Emory Comparisons

Atlanta, Georgia

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Curious how Emory University stacks up against other colleges? Compare Emory to any three other US colleges using the College Simply compare tool, or compare with some of the pre-selected schools below.

Compare with Georgia Public Colleges

G
University of Georgia

$43,280 lower in-state tuition
29% higher acceptance rate


K
Kennesaw State University

$48,992 lower in-state tuition
43% higher acceptance rate


G
Georgia State University

$45,912 lower in-state tuition
63% higher acceptance rate


G
Georgia Institute of Technology Main Campus

$42,812 lower in-state tuition
2% higher acceptance rate


N
North Georgia College & State University

$49,188 lower in-state tuition
37% higher acceptance rate


G
Georgia College & State University

$45,562 lower in-state tuition
67% higher acceptance rate


S
Southern Polytechnic State University

$48,653 lower in-state tuition
60% higher acceptance rate


Compare with Georgia Private Colleges

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Mercer University

$15,562 lower in-state tuition
59% higher acceptance rate


Compare with Regional Public Colleges

F
University of Florida

$48,593 lower in-state tuition
12% higher acceptance rate


F
Florida State University

$49,048 lower in-state tuition
13% higher acceptance rate


C
Clemson University

$38,952 lower in-state tuition
43% higher acceptance rate


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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

$46,051 lower in-state tuition
6% higher acceptance rate


V
Virginia Tech

$41,650 lower in-state tuition
47% higher acceptance rate


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The University of Alabama

$42,290 lower in-state tuition
61% higher acceptance rate


A
Auburn University

$42,990 lower in-state tuition
66% higher acceptance rate


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North Carolina State University at Raleigh

$46,535 lower in-state tuition
27% higher acceptance rate


S
University of South Carolina Columbia

$40,782 lower in-state tuition
49% higher acceptance rate


A
University of Alabama at Birmingham

$44,502 lower in-state tuition
62% higher acceptance rate


A
University of Alabama at Huntsville

$43,340 lower in-state tuition
58% higher acceptance rate


Compare with Regional Private Colleges

D
Duke University

$2,810 higher in-state tuition
11% lower acceptance rate


V
Vanderbilt University

$289 lower in-state tuition
7% lower acceptance rate


E
Elon University

$15,656 lower in-state tuition
53% higher acceptance rate


D
Davidson College

$1,390 higher in-state tuition
1% higher acceptance rate


R
Rhodes College

$2,470 lower in-state tuition
32% higher acceptance rate


F
Furman University

$1,358 lower in-state tuition
46% higher acceptance rate


C
Centre College

$8,770 lower in-state tuition
53% higher acceptance rate


S
Sewanee The University of the South

$5,362 lower in-state tuition
37% higher acceptance rate


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Union University

$19,590 lower in-state tuition
39% higher acceptance rate


W
William Carey University

$40,470 lower in-state tuition
36% higher acceptance rate


A
Asbury University

$21,610 lower in-state tuition
56% higher acceptance rate


A
Aquinas College

$31,720 lower in-state tuition
21% higher acceptance rate


J
Judson College

$35,830 lower in-state tuition
37% higher acceptance rate


Compare with National Colleges

P
Princeton University

$4,568 lower in-state tuition
13% lower acceptance rate


Y
Yale University

$4,630 higher in-state tuition
12% lower acceptance rate


V
Villanova University

$3,660 higher in-state tuition
12% higher acceptance rate


N
University of Notre Dame

$4,122 higher in-state tuition
0% higher acceptance rate


C
Carnegie Mellon University

$4,490 higher in-state tuition
2% lower acceptance rate


R
Rice University

$2,760 lower in-state tuition
8% lower acceptance rate


B
Boston College

$5,980 higher in-state tuition
7% higher acceptance rate


B
Brown University

$6,184 higher in-state tuition
11% lower acceptance rate


M
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

$380 higher in-state tuition
12% lower acceptance rate


S
Santa Clara University

$72 lower in-state tuition
32% higher acceptance rate


D
Dartmouth College

$4,726 higher in-state tuition
10% lower acceptance rate


S
Southern Methodist University

$1,112 lower in-state tuition
34% higher acceptance rate


T
Tulane University

$1,696 higher in-state tuition
8% lower acceptance rate


T
Tufts University

$6,490 higher in-state tuition
3% lower acceptance rate


R
Rhode Island School of Design

$750 higher in-state tuition
8% higher acceptance rate


C
California Institute of Technology

$1,500 higher in-state tuition
12% lower acceptance rate


C
Colgate University

$6,585 higher in-state tuition
8% higher acceptance rate


R
University of Rochester

$4,118 higher in-state tuition
16% higher acceptance rate


B
Barnard College

$2,711 higher in-state tuition
5% lower acceptance rate


V
Vassar College

$6,960 higher in-state tuition
6% higher acceptance rate


B
Babson College

$1,074 higher in-state tuition
8% higher acceptance rate


R
University of Richmond

$3,790 higher in-state tuition
12% higher acceptance rate


R
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

$2,530 higher in-state tuition
38% higher acceptance rate


W
Wheaton College

$13,970 lower in-state tuition
68% higher acceptance rate


B
Brandeis University

$2,270 higher in-state tuition
14% higher acceptance rate


C
Case Western Reserve University

$622 lower in-state tuition
11% higher acceptance rate


W
Washington and Lee University

$3,100 higher in-state tuition
6% higher acceptance rate


C
Colby College

$3,860 higher in-state tuition
9% lower acceptance rate


W
Wellesley College

$5,050 higher in-state tuition
1% higher acceptance rate


M
Middlebury College

$4,810 higher in-state tuition
3% higher acceptance rate


S
Stevens Institute of Technology

$758 higher in-state tuition
34% higher acceptance rate


M
Macalester College

$5,178 higher in-state tuition
20% higher acceptance rate


M
Mount Holyoke College

$1,330 higher in-state tuition
33% higher acceptance rate