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Tuition, Fees, and Money

Tuition

1-Week Fundamentals of Debate (June 4-10, 2017):  $850 Residential; $700 Commuter

3-Week Advanced Policy Debate (June 4-24, 2017): $2,550 Residential; $2,100 Commuter

2-Week Policy Debate (June 11-24, 2017): $1,700 Residential; $1,400 Commuter

10-Day Public Forum Debate (June 7-17, 2017): $1,200 Residential, $1,000 Commuter

All expenses are covered by the tuition fees.

Non-Refundable Deposit

There is a $200 non-refundable deposit required for all participants at the ENDI and will be deducted from the total tuition due.

Tuition Discounts

Early Bird Discount: $200

Students who submit a General Application by March 31, 2017 and pay the non-refundable $200 deposit by April 1, 2017.

Referral Discount: $50

Refer another student who signs up for the institute and indicates you referred them and receive $50 off your tuition.

Lost Emory Cards and Room Keys

Commuter Student Deposit: We require that all commuter students bring a $25.00 Emory Card deposit to Check-In. The Emory Card provides the particpant access to the Dining Hall and the P.E. Center. We will seal the deposit in an envelope during check-in and will return the sealed envelope to you during check-out if your child does not lose or damage the Emory Card. The deposit can be a check, money order, or cash. Make checks and money orders out to Emory University and put the participant's name on the memo line.

Residential Student Deposits: We require that all residential students bring a $60.00 key deposit and a $25.00 Emory Card deposit on Check-In. The key provides the participant access to her/his dorm room and the Emory Card provides the participant access to the Dining Hall and the P.E. Center.  The deposit can be in the form of two checks, two money orders, or cash.  We will seal the deposits in an envelope during check-in and will return the sealed envelope to you during check-out if the participant does not lose or damage his/her keys or Emory Card. The deposits must be two separate forms of payment (i.e., 2 checks, or 2 money orders to cover both deposits). Make checks and money orders out to Emory University and put the participant's name on the memo line.

Extra Spending Money

All expenses are covered by the tuition fees, but many students bring extra spending money.  The amount you want to send with your child to campus depends on your judgment.  There is a Barnes & Noble bookstore on campus with Emory paraphernalia for sale.  Students are also allowed to eat at other on-campus dining locations, walk to the Emory Village and eat at the restaurants with their spending money.  Dorm residents also are allowed to order food delivery during the free time at the dorms from 9:00-10:00 p.m.  There are ATM machines on campus for the following banks:  Emory Federal Credit Union, Wells Fargo, SunTrust, and Bank of America.

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