Student Financial Services

Emory Payment Plan

Emory University offers the Emory Payment Plan (EPP) as an alternative method for paying tuition, room, and board for fall and spring semesters. The plan allows academic expenses not covered by scholarships, loans, or other financial aid to be paid in four equal installments per term. Some specific charges, (i.e. fraternity dues, parking permit) are not eligible for the plan. The payment plan is not offered for the summer term. There is also a $60 nonrefundable fee, per semester, to apply for the payment plan. This fee is applied to the second payment of the plan.

You can now enroll in the Emory Payment Plan and make a payment online using the "Enroll in Payment Plan" and "Make a Payment" menu options on the Student Financial Services main OPUS menu. This is the easiest and fastest way to complete your financial obligation.

Your payment must be received by the due date to avoid any additional late fees.

EPP Payment Terms
The first installment is due by the published deadline appearing on the Student Financial Services website and is required to complete the registration process. The remaining installments are due in September, October, and November for fall semester and February, March, and April for spring semester. To avoid a finance charge, payments must be received by the twenty-fifth of the month in which they are due. Delinquent student account obligations may be reported to a credit bureau. Late payments may affect the student’s eligibility for future participation in the plan.

Beginning with the Summer 2015 term, Emory will offer a Summer Payment Plan option for students who meet the criteria below:

Only students who are enrolled the whole Summer term at the beginning of Summer semester, i.e. defined as either the “regular” Summer term session or both the 1st and 2nd sessions, will be eligible, and they and their authorized guests to view and select the option to enroll in the Emory Payment Plan for Summer terms. Students not enrolled under this definition will not qualify to participate in the EPP for Summer terms and will not find the option offered to them in OPUS.

Students wanting to participate in the Emory Payment Plan for Summer semester, will need to be sure that they have enrolled in classes for the whole Summer, as defined above, before going online into OPUS to select that they want the EPP and to pay the registration payment on time for the Summer semester by the registration payment deadline for Summer semester, in order to qualify and have the Emory Payment Plan installments and fee calculated and billed monthly for the subsequent installments, in that manner.