Semester Financial Aid
If you are enrolled in an Emory College Study Abroad semester program, you can utilize all the same financial aid that you would qualify for on campus. Students are also eligible to apply for additional scholarship opportunities through Emory College Study Abroad. Examples include federal financial aid, state financial aid, Emory scholarships, and most outside scholarships. Since students in Emory programs remain fully registered at Emory, they receive institutional financial aid and scholarships, in addition to most state and federal aid. The Financial Aid Office will reassess your need, based on the actual cost of studying abroad, and will make appropriate awards up to, but not exceeding, the amount you would have received during a regular semester at Emory. If you are currently using the work study program, please see an advisor in the Financial Aid Office.
Types of Financial Aid Grants and Scholarships
Financial Aid Grants
Grants are usually money that does not need to be repaid, based on talent, financial need, or affiliation. Examples include the following: Federal Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG), Emory University Grants, Georgia Tuition Equalization/HOPE Grant, Georgia Student Incentive Grant, Georgia Governor's Scholarship, United Methodist Ministerial Scholarships, Student Courtesy Scholarships, and other outside scholarships.
Starting fall 2018 for students studying abroad, the determination of the OISP Federal Work Study Replacement Grant will be based on the term award amount of the student’s Federal Work Study award. The OISP FWS Replacement Grant will swap out dollar for dollar of the Federal Work Study for the term. Please contact your financial aid advisor for further details about your eligibility. NOTE: You must be awarded Federal Work Study in order to qualify for the OISP FWS Replacement Grant.
Loans are available from various sources, including federal and state governments, the University, and private lenders. When you take out a student loan, you must pay it back - even if you do not complete your education. Examples include Federal Perkins Loans, Emory University Loans, Federal Subsidized Stafford Loan, Emory Eagle Loan, Unsubsidized Stafford Loan, United Methodist Student Loans, and Federal PLUS Loans.
Financial Aid Office Contact
Any student receiving financial aid should at some point make an appointment with:
U.S. Department of Education
The Student Guide: Grants, Loans, and Work-Study
Financial Aid for Study Abroad: An Undergraduate Student's Resource