Financial Information

What does the program cost?

For students entering the Graduate School portion of the program in the Fall 2017 semester, the tuition for completing the 4+1 program is estimated at $1,250 for summer 2017, and then $19,900 for fall tuition and $19,900 for spring tuition during 2017-18. The exact tution costs for students entering the Laney Graduate School (LGS) in Fall 2017 have not yet  been set. 
View tuition information on the LGS website.

Students pay regular tuition rates in Emory College for their senior year. There are no additional fees for the graduate courses taken during the student’s senior year in Emory College.

Can I get money from Emory to help cover the costs?

Currently there are no Emory scholarships offered for the program.

Are there other sources of funding?

There are different ways to get support, and we encourage applicants to look into scholarships.  Loans are also available loans to help provide the funds for the CBTO 4+1 program.

The US government has loan programs for graduate education. One that is highly relevant to our students is the Graduate Direct PLUS loan.

Learn about federal loans and how to apply.

See the application process for Graduate Direct program. Note that the reuired financial aid forms will change yearly. Make sure you look at the most current information on the loan program website

See the application process for the Graduate Direct PLUS program. Note that the reuired financial aid forms will change yearly.  Make sure you look at the most current information on the loan program website.