Pay online via OPUS, Emory's online student system, using a U.S. bank account or credit card.
We are unable to process checks at this time due to staff working remotely during the pandemic. If you are unable to pay your deposit online, please email email@example.com.
International students who don't have a credit card or a U.S. Bank checking or savings account, can pay by international wire transfer through OPUS, Emory's online student portal. You may submit the deposit via foreign currency through the Western Union Business Solutions (WUBS Global Pay) payment process located in OPUS. This process will exchange many different currencies into U.S. Dollars and transfer payment directly to your Emory student account. This method reduces processing fees and time. To select this option inside your OPUS account, click on the Admissions Tile, click the "Pay Admission Deposit" and you will be taken to the view payment instructions.
For deposit payments by foreign currency, please ensure that applicant's full name and seven-digit EMPLID number are entered correctly on the WUBS Global Pay website.
If you cannot use a U.S. Bank account or the foreign currency payment option, then you can wire transfer your payment. Instructions for submitting via a wire transfer are found on the same OPUS page that contains the foreign currency payment instructions. Please review our policies regarding wire transfers. Allow up to 10 business days for the funds to be posted.
If you applied for financial aid and met your financial aid deadline, your award information will be available in the Financial Aid tile of OPUS approximately 24-48 business hours after the release of your admission decision. If you have missing documentation, your award will not be available. Missing documentation will be listed on your To-Do list from the Tasks tile within OPUS.
If you have questions about financial aid, contact the Office of Financial Aid directly.
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Students may wish to take a gap year or defer enrolling for a wide variety of reasons. Emory University views deferred enrollment as an opportunity for the student to pursue non-academic enrichment, personal fulfillment, service, social enterprise, growth, exploration, and self-discovery. The core purpose of our deferred enrollment policy does not include seeking full-time enrollment elsewhere.
If you are considering a gap year, review the policy below and then submit the form for your appropriate campus. Requests are reviewed by our office leadership, and students can expect a response in 7-10 business days.
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