We're glad you're considering Emory & Henry, and we invite you to apply for admission. You'll find answers to most of your questions about the application process and financial aid on the pages below. We look forward to getting to know more about you and your aspirations as we work with you during the admissions process. If you have more questions, contact our admissions office; and we'll be happy to help. Also, consider paying us a visit soon, by attending one of our open houses or scheduling a tour with one of our counselors.
Before you apply to Emory & Henry, contact us. Our counselors are on-hand to guide you through the process and answer your questions. We also look forward to meeting you. Schedule a visit to the campus, during one of our general visit days or for your own personal tour.
While maintaining a high quality, transformative educational experience, Emory & Henry works to keep your costs manageable through a generous package of financial aid. Explore with us the options for scholarships and financial aid while you consider the value that comes with an investment in an E&H education.
We encourage you to contact us and request additional information about Emory & Henry. We want to provide you with information that addresses your specific interests, so that you can have a complete understanding of how an E&H education can serve your future.
Register here to visit our campus. Spend time with our people -- professors, students and staff members. While you're here, you will not only experience one of the most beautiful campuses that you will encounter, you'll feel the warmth of individuals who will help you grow, change and excel.
Located in the highlands of southwest Virginia, the historic Emory & Henry campus provides some of the most eye-appealing scenery of any college campus you will visit. At the same time, its graduates carry some of the least debt among the top-ranked national liberal arts colleges. Emory & Henry ranks 61st out of the top 266 national liberal arts colleges in the category of least debt, according to U.S. News & World Report. Among private liberal arts institutions in Virginia, Emory & Henry graduates in 2009 had the lowest debt. For more information on Emory & Henry’s commitment to affordability use the Net Price Calculator.