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Emory & Henry College Stats, Info and Facts

Quick Facts

1,038 students

76% admitted

  • 911 full time
  • 69 part time
  • 470 men full time
  • 441 women full time
  • 1,361 applied
  • 1,033 admitted
  • 283 enrolled

900 Undergraduates

$28,966 tuition/year

  • 48 Graduates
  • 32 Non-Degree
  • $28,966 in state
  • N/A fees
  • $9,852 room & board
  • $1,000 books and supplies
  • (Based on stats from 2013/2014)

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At a Glance

Religious affiliation: United Methodist
Institution Type: Private not-for-profit
Campus Setting: Southeast Rural area, on fringe of an urban area
Highest Degree Offered: Master's degree
Level of Institution: Four or more years
Calendar: Semester
Reviews in 3 Sentences
  • Lauren from Manassas, VA
  • 0
  • Emory & Henry College (yes, it's an ampersand!) is a small liberal arts college nestled in Appalachia. With less than 1,000 students, there is a tight community feel that is…

  • May-15-2012 Read More
  • Jorel from Emory, VA
  • 0
  • emory has a high success rate once you have your degree from emory & henry college. the professors are able to have a lot of one on one time because…

  • Jan-23-2012 Read More
  • Kylie from Hendersonville, TN
  • 0
  • great if you learn best through discussion and want to build a rapport and relationship with professors. as for weekend life, though? not so much. the school is fairly bubbled…

  • Jan-27-2012 Read More
Emory & Henry College
  • Located in Emory, VA
  • Private not-for-profit
  • 1,038 students enrolled
  • 76% admitted
  • $28,966 annual cost to attend


Student Responses to Review Topic: Am I Enjoying Being Here
  • 5
  • John from Powell, TN
  • Mar-06-2011 I am a current student here

    The Emory & Henry campus is unique, to be certain. With a mix of buildings built in the 1800's to the most recent addition built in 2010, a walk through Emory & Henry is a walk through the college's history. The housing options are varied, with most Freshman living in the First-Year Village (a grouping of buildings on the main campus close to all of the main academic buildings) and upperclassmen having choices of living in The Village (house-type dorms ranging in age) located across the ever present railroad tracks. The extra-curricular activities are always well advertised and to be honest, just a trip to the duck pond to view the beautiful Appalachian scenery should be enough to make you want to attend.

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  • 4
  • Victoria from Marion, NC
  • Jan-29-2011 I am a current student here

    The school is small but very friendly. For freshman, there are several days of orientation activities that make the transition into college much easier. The campus is beautiful, quiet, and seems very rural, but city activities are only about a half hour away. However, if you don't have a car the campus can be a little too small and unexciting after a while.

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  • 5
  • Morgan from Covesville, VA
  • Oct-08-2010 I am accepted here and planning to attend soon

    I love the atmosphere! There's plenty to do on campus as well as things to do in the surrounding cities. Bristol has nice shopping. There is a club close bye that is pretty fun.

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