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Emory University

  • Atlanta, GA
  • Size: Large
  • Private University
  • Degree: Four-year bachelor's
  • Selectivity: Very selective
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Average Net Price

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National Average Net Price

College's Average Net Price [i]
$25,094

National Average Net Price
$18,158

  • College's Average Net Price
  • National Average Net Price

Family income under $30,000 per year

$14,612
$15,268

Family income $30,001 to $48,000 per year

$14,767
$16,190

Family income $48,001 to $75,000 per year

$22,106
$18,815

Family income $75,001 to $110,000 per year

$28,571
$21,285

Family income over $110,001 per year

$41,803
$23,280

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Average Net Price National Average Average Net Price
Family income under $30,000 per year $14,612 $15,268
Family income $30,001 to $48,000 per year $14,767 $16,190
Family income $48,001 to $75,000 per year $22,106 $18,815
Family income $75,001 to $110,000 per year $28,571 $21,285
Family income over $110,001 per year $41,803 $23,280

Graduation Rate

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Going to college means getting a degree. The graduation rate is a good indicator of how long it might take to earn that diploma.

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Graduation Rate [i]
82.5%

National Average
33.3%

  • 4 Years
  • 6 Years

All Races

  • 82.5% Within
    4 Years
  • 89.8% Within
    6 Years

Asian

4 Years 6 Years
85.4% 93.0%

Black

4 Years 6 Years
81.2% 91.1%

Hispanic

4 Years 6 Years
77.8% 84.4%

White

4 Years 6 Years
84.8% 90.8%
  • 4 Years
  • 6 Years

All Races

  • 80.5% Within
    4 Years
  • 89.1% Within
    6 Years

Asian

4 Years 6 Years
79.1% 88.4%

Black

4 Years 6 Years
78.6% 89.3%

Hispanic

4 Years 6 Years
77.8% 83.3%

White

4 Years 6 Years
85.0% 92.7%
  • 4 Years
  • 6 Years

All Races

  • 84.1% Within
    4 Years
  • 90.5% Within
    6 Years

Asian

4 Years 6 Years
90.9% 97.0%

Black

4 Years 6 Years
82.2% 91.8%

Hispanic

4 Years 6 Years
77.8% 85.2%

White

4 Years 6 Years
84.6% 89.3%
4 Years 6 Years
All 82.5% 89.8%
Asian 85.4% 93.0%
Black 81.2% 91.1%
Hispanic 77.8% 84.4%
White 84.8% 90.8%
4 Years 6 Years
Male 80.5% 89.1%
Asian 79.1% 88.4%
Black 78.6% 89.3%
Hispanic 77.8% 83.3%
White 85.0% 92.7%
4 Years 6 Years
Female 84.1% 90.5%
Asian 90.9% 97.0%
Black 82.2% 91.8%
Hispanic 77.8% 85.2%
White 84.6% 89.3%

Debt Repayment & Earnings

Not all families need loans for college. For those that do, here is what the monthly payments might look like over 10 years compared with the graduate's average earnings.

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Debt at Graduation [i]
$19,000

National Average
$14,141

  • Monthly
  • Yearly
  • Income, Early Career
  • Estimated Debt Payments
  • National Average
  • National Default Rate 6.3%
$3,908
$219
Default Rate [i]: 1.4%
Emory University National Average
Income $3,908 $3,192
Debt Payments $219 $199
Default Rate 1.4% 6.3%