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Summer 2015 applications will open early January 2015

Please read the instructions carefully before you begin the online application.

(The online application requires a credit card for the $60 application fee. Please have your credit card ready when you begin the application. You cannot save the information and complete the payment transaction at a later time.)


Applicants must be fifteen years of age by the date of registration and must be rising juniors or seniors in high school*. Students should be highly motivated and committed to engaging in college-level work during the summer.

To be considered for admission to the Pre-College Program, applicants must complete and submit the following:

  1. Apply online or download the Pre-College Program application (PDF).
  2. $60 non-refundable application fee is required. If you apply online, you must pay by credit card (VISA, MC, American Express). If you download and complete the paper application, a check made payable to Emory Pre-College Program must accompany your application. Please include applicant's name and birth date on check memo line.
  3. Download the teacher/counselor recommendation form (PDF) for a current or recent high school teacher (or guidance counselor) to complete and return to the address listed below.
  4. Request an official high school transcript to be sent to the address listed below.
  5. SAT or ACT scores should be submitted directly from the testing center if not reported on the high school transcript. Emory’s CEEB/SAT college code number is 5187; the ACT code number is 0810. If you have not taken the SAT or ACT yet, you may submit a copy of your most recent PSAT report. The PSAT is administered to students in high school. Score reports are mailed to the student's permanent home address as well as the high school. For more information about expediting this process please see our FAQs.

    There are several additional ways to send a test score report to the Pre-College Program:

    • Your high school may have a record of your scores. They could send that record to us.

    • You may have a copy of the score report that the testing service mailed to you. You can copy this report and send the copy to us.

    • You can access your score report online, print it, and send the printed copy to us. (If you make a copy of the report to send to us, be sure the testing service name/logo, your name, and the year you took the test show at the top of the copy.)

    • The report can be mailed to us. Or, if you want to rush its receipt, it can be faxed or emailed, and a hard copy can be sent to follow. The fax number is 404-727-6724. Attention: Pre-College/Jennifer Combs The email address, if you wish to send a scanned copy, is The mailing address is:  Emory University Pre-College Program, Candler Library Suite 200, 550 Asbury Circle, Atlanta, GA 30322

  6. International students may apply for two-week and three-week, non-credit courses only. You must submit TOEFL scores and a writing sample. Refer to the International Student tab on the left.

Check inStudents who have already graduated from high school are not eligible for the Emory Pre-College Program.

*Emory Pre-College students must be at least 15 years of age by the date of registration (the day before classes begin) and must be rising high school juniors or seniors. Students who wish to enroll in a lab science courses must be at least 16 years of age by the date of attendance.

Applications are evaluated on a rolling basis until classes are filled. Residential space is limited. Apply early!

Submit admission materials to:

Pre-College Program
Emory University

Mailstop: 1580-002-2AH
Candler Library Suite 200
550 Asbury Circle
Atlanta, GA 30322

Phone 404-727-0671 or 404-727-3351
Fax 404-727-6724