Rollins merit-based awards - The Rollins School of Public Health offers more than $500,000 in scholarships to nearly 50 new students each year. All students with completed admissions applications by the application deadline are considered for merit awards.
More about Merit Awards
Need-based awards - The Emory University Office of Financial Aid coordinates the need-based financial packages for all incoming and currently enrolled students, including all federal loans. This office also administers federal work-study awards, assists students in obtaining private student loans, and administers certain need-based awards for public health students.
Other funding opportunities - Opportunities for financial assistance through Departments and Centers include: Research Assistants, Teaching Assistants, Paid Internships, and more. When funds are available for these opportunities, students may apply for the positions.
Americorps - RSPH will provide a one-time educational award match in the amount of $5,000 per student, for all graduates of Americorps or Americorps-affiliated programs who are admitted to the Master of Public Health or Master of Science in Public Health degree program. More information here.
Yellow Ribbon Financial Opportunity - The Rollins School of Public Health of Emory University offers opportunities for financial assistance for two (2) post 9/11 veterans and their dependents. More information here.
International Student Financial Information - This additional information and list of potential sponsoring agencies for international students is provided for your information only.Additional Financial Information
The following table refers to the 2013-14 school year, and is subject to change for 2014-15.
More information on Tuition and Fees
|Degree Program||Length of Degree Program||Full Time Semester Rate [1-2]|
|Master of Public Health (excludes CMPH)||4 Semesters||$14,400|
|Master of Public Health||3 Semesters||$19,200|
|Master of Science in Public Health||4 Semesters||$16,500|
|Dual Degree Program||2 Semesters in Public Health||$22,100|
Master of Public Health
|7 Semesters||$1,500/credit hour|
 All full time degree-seeking students (w/exception of the distance program) are charged the semester rate.
 Full time semester rate based on enrollment of 9 credit hours or more.