In 2016, the total cost calculated for out-of-state students living on campus is about $65,000. This sum includes tuition and fees ($48,000), room and board ($13,500), books and supplies ($1,000), estimated personal expenses ($1,500), transportation expenses ($900) per year.
In average, 100% of students’ financial need is met with amount of $48,000 for out-of-state students.
With 9 parks on its territory (4 of which are near Emory), Druid Hills is certainly one of the most delightful neighborhoods in all of Atlanta. Naturally, with Atlanta being so close, there is a lot to do.
The Emory University main campus, established in the early twentieth century, covers more than 600 acres in Atlanta's historic suburb of Druid Hills. The university campus is heavily forested with pine, maples, oak, and magnolias, and Peavine Creek, a branch of the Peachtree Creek, runs through the campus. Emory campus is recognized No.8 greenest universities and most beautiful campus lists (2016) according to BestColleges.com report.