Living and studying in the United States isn’t inexpensive, but EMU will work with you to reduce the cost through financial aid.
Visit our tuition/fees page to find this year's cost of attendance.
International Student Grant
Reach out to your admissions counselor to learn more about applying for the international student grant.
Each year only a few honors students are selected as Yoder/Webb Scholars and rewarded with EMU’s highest academic award: a four-year full-tuition scholarship. Any first-year student may apply for a Yoder/Webb Scholarship via the process outlined on the Yoder/Webb Scholarship webpage. The deadline to apply is February 12th, 2024.
The EMU honors faculty conduct the Yoder/Webb Scholars competition, rigorously evaluating
candidates’ academic performance, community and extra-curricular involvement, creativity,
clarity of thought, and leadership potential. Participation in the competition requires
candidates to construct a portfolio of their high school achievements, write a series
of essays, and meet with a member of EMU honors faculty for a one-on-one interview.
Interested in EMU’s Honors Program? Learn more here.
EMU Work Program
Undergraduate International Students can participate in EMU’s Work Program (similar to the Federal “Work Study” program for domestic students). All international students are permitted to work up to 20 hours per week while classes are in session and are also eligible to apply for on-campus work during the summer. Summer housing options vary so check with the specific department you are applying to work for.