Tuition and Fees

We recognize that attending college comes at a cost to your family---and that cost can be an influential factor in your college decision. With all the advantages awaiting you as an Emmanuel student, we strive to assist you with the many options available to make an Emmanuel education attainable for you and your family.

Annual Costs for the 2020-2021 Academic Year*
Tuition (online and in person)  $42,096
Room & Board (Double Occupancy) $15,846
Student Activity Fee $310
Health and Wellness Fee $110
Orientation Fee (one-time fee) $350
Total  $58,712

*On campus housing is not available and fees will not be assessed for the Fall 2020 semester.

Purchase of the College's health insurance plan is only required for students without other insurance. The cost of purchasing the College's plan based for 2020-2021 is $3,350.

Course fees may be charged for science labs and studio art courses. Please see course descriptions for details. 

 
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Tax Documents & Tax Benefits Available

1098-T

•1098-T tax documents for 2019 were mailed to the student's preferred mailing address in late January and are also available online. Students may download the 1098-T form by logging into EC Online Services.

• To access your 1098-T, choose the ‘Tax Information' tab and opt to receive your 1098-T in an electronic format. Once you opt into receiving your form electronically you can download your 1098-T statement.

•Please refer to your tax advisor with specific questions related to the 1098-T or tax filing requirements.  For more information regarding tax documents, please visit  www.irs.gov.

W-2

•Student 2019 W-2 tax documents were mailed to the student's mailing address in ADP in late January and are also available online. Students may access their W-2 on their ADP account.

• To access your W-2 online, students can log into ADP and click on Myself > Pay > Annual Statements.

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