Tuition & Costs

 

2024-2025 comprehensive tuition per semester is $19,500 and $39,000 annually for undergraduate students. The new tuition model is now comprehensive - including books, general fees and a new “Career Readiness Promise.”

Comprehensive tuition now includes:

  • Books

  • Fees (parking, tuition payment plan sign-up and specific course fees excluded)

  • Tutoring

  • Personal Student Success Coach

  • Personal Academic Advisor

  • 24/7 Health and Mental Healthcare

  • 24/7 Fitness Facilities

  • AlertAware Safety App

  • Visual and Performing Arts Events

  • Student Affairs and DEI&B Events

  • Outdoor Recreation

  • F$NCAP Financial Capability Certification

  • Study Abroad Grants and Passport Assistance

  • “The Career Readiness Promise”

Emory & Henry offers undergraduate students renewable academic merit, interest and performance scholarships to all incoming students as a commitment to affordability.

On average, students pay $24,000 or less per year, for tuition, room and board vs. the published price due to scholarships, grants and loans from Emory & Henry as a private institution thanks to generous donors. Financial aid can make the cost similar to many public institutions. It’s important to work with our Financial Aid Office to maximize available options. Please remember to file FAFSA at studentaid.gov. The E&H code is 003709.

The Career Readiness Promise

Emory & Henry Career Readiness Promise Emory & Henry promises to provide a “world-class” career advising program for students during their four years in college and the next 40 as needed. We will ensure you will have an opportunity to pursue internships, learn how to write a professional resume, gain skills for employment per higher education standards, prepare for interviews, find on campus work-study jobs, learn about financial literacy, and acquire networking opportunities to support your future life aspirations. Eligible students may apply for financial support to participate in unpaid internships.

  • 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, such as comprehensive tuition, room and board.

    Indirect Costs are items such as transportation and other miscellaneous necessities. Direct Costs are listed under the tuition and fees section. Below are estimated indirect costs which vary based on personal preferences and needs.

    • Transportation $1,400 per academic year
    • Miscellaneous/Personal Expenses $1,500 per academic year
  • Undergraduate Student Costs

    Comprehensive Tuition: $39,000 per year ($19,500 per semester / 12-18 credit hours / undergraduate students)

    Comprehensive tuition now includes:

    • Books
    • Fees (parking, tuition payment plan sign up and specific course fees excluded)
    • Tutoring
    • Personal Student Success Coach
    • Personal Academic Advisor
    • 24/7 Health and Mental Healthcare
    • 24/7 Fitness Facilities
    • AlertAware Safety App
    • Visual and Performing Arts Events
    • Student Affairs and DEI&B Events
    • Outdoor Recreation
    • F$NCAP Financial Capability Certification
    • Study Abroad Grants and Passport Assistance
    • “The Career Readiness Promise”

    Room *: $7650 per year ($3825 per semester)

    Board *: $6998 per year ($3499 per semester, 19 meals per week plus $260 per year / $130 per semester in Flex Cash and $250 per year / $125 per semester in GET Funds Cash)

  • Housing Options and Meal Plans (Room/Board)

    Housing (Room) options — Fall & Spring Semester Rates

    New students are eligible for Elm, Hickory and Wiley Jackson. Some students will be selected to live in the specialized themed communities housed in Russell, Prillaman, Cambridge, Carter and Weaver.

    2024-2025 Housing Rates

    Please see the rates for all residential facilities. The single room option is limited and typically for returning students based on availability. Contact housing@emoryhenry.edu for more information.

    Building

    Double Rooms per Year

    Single Rooms per Year

    Blakemore

    $5,870

    $7,170

    Cambridge

    $7,650

    $8,950

    Carter

    $7,650

    $8,950

    Elm

    $7,650

    $8,950

    Hickory

    $7,650

    $8,950

    Hillman

    $5,870

    $7,170

    Mitchell

    $5,870

    $7,170

    Prillaman

    $7,650

    $8,950

    Princeton

    $5,870

    $7,170

    Russell

    $7,650

    $8,950

    Stuart

    $5,870

    $7,170

    Sullins

    $5,870

    $7,170

    Townhouses & University Apartments

    $8,360

    $9,690

    Weaver

    $5,870

    $7,170

    Wiley Jackson

    $5,870

    $7,170

    Includes high-speed wireless Internet ( WiFi ), laundry and digital cable. Check the housing options website for additional information.

    MEAL PLAN (BOARD) OPTIONS — ANNUAL FALL & SPRING SEMESTERS

    • 19-Meal Plan: 19 Meals per week plus $260 Flex Cash and $250 OneCard Cash: $6,998 per year (default meal plan)
    • 14-Meal Plan: 14 Meals per week plus $300 Flex Cash and $250 OneCard Cash: $6,770 per year
    • 10-Meal Plan: 10 Meals per week plus $300 Flex Cash, $250 OneCard Cash: $5,730 per year (Requires junior or senior status living in the Village Townhouses only.)
    • Commuter Meal Plan: 5 Meals per week plus $250 Flex Cash and $250 OneCard Cash: $2,300 per year (Commuting students only eligible)

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

    *OneCard Cash funds are usable for a variety of purposes outside of meal plans such as Sodexo venues, the Emory Mercantile, Sweet Edd’s in Glade Spring and printing. More information about the OneCard Cash can be found here, including adding funds through the GET Funds app.

  • Course Fees and Miscellaneous Costs

    Course Fees

    See the academic page for specific academic course fees based on the individual course of study.

    Miscellaneous Costs

    • Automobile Registration/Parking: $150 (annually)
    • Course Audit (requires approval): $135 per credit hour
    • Course Overload: $1,500 per credit hour (for students taking above 18.0 semester hours) See Registrar for the form to petition to overload courses.
    • Diploma Reorder: $50
    • Dual Enrollment Program: $220 per credit hour (high-school students– 1 course per semester)
    • Community Club Audit: $60
    • Enrollment Deposit (varies by program): $200 for first-time undergraduate students, for new students only, applied to student account
    • Graduation: $200 (senior year only)
    • I.D. Replacement: $50
    • Late Add or Drop: $25 per course
    • Late Course Withdrawal: $25 per course
    • Late Graduation Contract: $125
    • Late Payment (Strictly Enforced): $500
    • Returned Check: $30
    • Room Key Replacement: $150
    • Room Lock Replacement: $70
    • Transcript Ordering: $10 per transcript
    • Tuition Payment Plan Sign Up: $25 (per semester term)

    Student Health Insurance

    Health insurance is strongly recommended for all undergraduate students at Emory & Henry. 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.

  • Tuition for Part-Time and Non-Degree Seeking Students

    Tuition for Part-Time Students

    • $1,500 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: $1,165 (Limit one course per semester)

  • Graduate Student Costs

    Emory Campus Graduate Programs, Emory, Va.

    • Education: $405 per credit hour (M.A.Ed. & M. Ed.)

    HEALTH SCIENCES CAMPUS GRADUATE PROGRAMS, MARION, Va.

    • Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)
      • *$615 per credit hour
    • Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (MS-CMHC)
      • *2024 cohort $530 per credit hour 

    Visit the program website for detailed costs information

    • Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)
      • *2024 cohort $12,632 per semester

    Visit the program website for detailed costs information.

    • Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD)
      • *2024 cohort $9,866 per semester

    Visit the program website for detailed costs information.

    • Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS)
      • *2024 cohort (starts May 2024) $13,432 per semester

    Visit the program website for detailed costs information.

    FEES FOR HEALTH SCIENCE GRADUATE COHORT

    • Technology Fee $180 per semester ($540/year)
    • Graduation Fee $200 paid the semester students are scheduled to graduate
    • Student Activities Fee $100 per semester ($300/year)
    • TimelyCare $33/semester ($99/year)
    • Parking Fee (for Marion Campus) $50/semester ($150/year) *Online students won’t pay this fee.
    • Anatomy Lab Fee $200 paid during the student’s first semester

    *Tuition rates above will remain the same for the duration of the cohort. Fees are subject to change at any time.

  • Summer School Student Costs
    • Summer School Tuition Costs: $220 per credit hour
    • Summer Housing (Room) Options
      • 10 Weeks = $650
      • 7 Weeks = $450
      • 5 Weeks = $325
      • 3 Weeks = $200
    • Summer Meal Plan Rate: $100 per week
      Includes Monday to Thursday: Lunch and Dinner, and Friday Lunch.
  • Tuition Payment Plan

    Emory & Henry College administers a payment plan based on our continued commitment to helping our students attain quality education affordably. The College offers a 4-month plan or a 5-month plan for each semester. Students electronically sign to consent. Payments are made each month by the student or the parent through myhub.ehc.edu under Payment Plans. To access this information, the student must be logged into their E&H account or have provided Proxy Access to a parent or guardian to make payment on their behalf.

    Tuition Payment Plan Information

  • Late Fees

    A $10 late fee is charged to each student who pays after their due date. For students on payment plans, payments are due on the first (1st) and late on the fifteenth (15th) of each month. Students not enrolled in a payment plan will receive a $10 late fee for every month they have a remaining balance.

Tuition, room, and board charges are typically set by March 1 for the following academic year. Course fees other than comprehensive tuition, room, and board typically are not revised until April 1 of the preceding year. Amounts posted may be subject to 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. The room and board cost varies based on the selected residence hall and meal plan available by student status. These costs are subject to change during the school year.

Emory & Henry reserves the right to modify charges at any time.