- Listing Type: Colleges & Universities
- Top Majors: Art and Design, Biological Sciences, Business and Entrepreneurship, Communications, Education, Environmental Sciences, Health Care, Languages and Literature, Law, Philosophy and Religion, Physical Science, Psychology and Counseling, Recreation and Fitness, Liberal Arts, Social Services, STEM
- Degrees Awarded: 4 Year + Graduate
- Type: Public
- Campus Setting: Rural
- Testing Requirements: ACT, SAT
- Financial Aid: Grants/Scholarships, Loans, Other, Payment Terms, Work Study
- Gender: Coed
- Country: United States
- In State Tuition: $34,500
- Out of State Tuition: $34,500
- Religious Affiliation: Protestant
- CEEB: 5185
- IPED: 232025
- Call: (800)848-5493
The college’s exceptional faculty is committed to teaching as a transformative practice—an opportunity to inspire students to re-imagine education's nature and purpose and contribute positive results to our world. Students connect their passions to their education by designing and implementing projects.
The E&H academic program excels in a broad-based liberal arts education, including pre-professional programs in health services; STEM; international studies; the arts; business programs; and teacher education. By taking impressive steps forward, Emory & Henry is entering a new era in the arts and sciences. With fantastic new facilities such as the Woodrow W. McGlothlin Center for the Arts, E&H School of Health Sciences, new residence halls, academic and extra-curricular programming—we are well along the way towards our vision to become a leader in arts and sciences education. Visit www.ehc.edu/academics for a full listing of academic programs.
Our students and faculty members have distinguished themselves in all areas of the visual and performing arts in art, music, theatre, and marching band/color guard, and their success has added momentum and excitement to this bold endeavor with high-quality exhibitions and performances. We welcome your energy and creativity at Emory & Henry to increase to new levels of excellence.
Emory & Henry applicants are encouraged to apply to the College as early as possible to be eligible to apply for the maximum amount of merit scholarships, interest program, and performance awards. 99% of students attending Emory & Henry College receive financial aid with the average scholarship and aid package for first-year students being $27,924. The college prides itself on offering a premium, liberal arts education at an affordable price through the generosity of its alumni and partners.
Scholarship interview or audition days are held in the fall and spring semesters for students to apply based on specific criteria. Visit www.ehc.edu/cusoon to see the upcoming weekend visit days or schedule a personalized campus visit during the week to sit in on a class or an overnight stay at www.ehc.edu/visit. Scholarships are available in programs that fit students' specific interests such as art, music, theatre, equestrian competitive riding, STEM, church leadership, civic innovation, outdoor adventure team, disc golf, rugby, marching band, color guard/winter guard, mass communications, honors, and pre-health.
Prospective undergraduate students may apply online using the College's online application at www.ehc.edu/apply or by submitting the Common Application. Emory & Henry offers early decision options for students desiring to be committed to Emory & Henry as their college choice with Early Action I deadline on November 15, Early Action II Deadline on January 15, and Regular Decision Deadline on April 1.
To apply for admission, students should submit the basic application form, their high school transcripts, scores from either the SAT or ACT, an essay, and the FAFSA. Students have the option to include a letter of recommendation. Transfer applicants should submit a transcript from any college previously attended and a Dean's Certificate from the last college they were enrolled.