We are excited that you are thinking of attending Emmanuel College, and we realize financial assistance may largely determineyour college decision. With that being said, below you will see a list of items to complete that will help us assist you more efficiently.
If at any time you have questions, please contact the Financial Aid office at (706) 245-2844 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Our fax number is (706) 245-2846.
Please note the menu on the left for different pages of forms and information about financial aid.
Here are some steps to help us help you in the financial aid process:
STEP ONE - Log into Net Partner, our online financial aid system.
- Log into Net Partner here. Log In instructions can be found on the home page of the NetPartner website. If you are having trouble try watching our "how-to" video found here.
- If you do not have a Net Partner account, sign up for one here.
STEP TWO - Complete all appropriate aid applications
- Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) here. The FAFSA is the form that will assist us in determining your eligibility for any Federal Financial Aid Programs such as the Pell Grant and Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant. Make sure you use our school code: 00156300.
- Georgia residents should complete the application for HOPE Scholarship & Georgia Tuition Equalization Grant (GA411) here.
- Complete the Emmanuel College Application for Financial Aid (ECAFA) here. You must set up a Net Partner account for this if you do not have one already. The ECAFA is the form that will assist us in determining your eligibility for any Emmanuel College Scholarships as noted on the scholarship page of this website.
STEP THREE - Check the status of your financial aid on Net Partner.
- Click on the FA Documents/Information tab to determine if financial aid documents are outstanding. (Submit any requested documents to the Office of Financial Aid as quickly as possible.)
- Once awarded, click on Accept/Decline Awards tab. (Once accepted awards will be posted to a student’s account for payment purposes.)
- If you have accepted a Federal Direct Loan, Parent Plus Loan or wish to apply for a loan, you will need to complete a Master Promissory Note and Entrance Counseling here.
Emmanuel College offers a first-rate education with qualities and opportunities rarely seen at an institution this size. For example, our math majors are taught by a Ph.D. from Cal Tech and a Ph.D. from Purdue with over 30 years of industry experience. Our science majors are accepted at renowned graduate and medical schools, our communication majors learn using the industry’s latest digital equipment, and many of our psychology graduates are practicing or teaching with doctorates in psychology.
Our small class sizes keep learning highly interactive, and a very low student-to-teacher ratio (15:1) ensures you will receive personalized attention when you need it. Emmanuel professors are invested in their students’ success, and they will do whatever it takes to help you reach your full potential.
Choose from one of our four-year (B.A. & B.S.) or two-year (A.A. & A.S.) programs:
Baccalaureate Degree Programs
School of Arts and Sciences
BA in English
BS in Mathematics
BA in Music
BA in Music Performance
BA in Music and Worship Arts (Arts Concentration)
BA in Music and Worship Arts (Ministry Concentration)
Natural Sciences Department
BS in Biology
BS in Biology (Pre-Pharmacy)
BS in Biology (Pre-Professional Studies) - Pre-Med, Pre-Dental, etc.
BS in Biology (Pre-Veterinary)
Social Sciences Department
BS/BA in Criminal Justice
BS/BA in History
BS/BA in PreLaw
BS/BA in Psychology
School of Business
BS/BA in Business Administration (Management Concentration)
BS/BA in Business Administration (Computer Information Systems
Communication Studies Department
BS/BA in Digital Media Production
BS/BA in Organizational Communication
BS/BA in Grapic Design
Kinesiology and Sports Management Department
BS in Kinesiology
BS in Kinesiology (Pre-Occupational Therapy)
BS in Kinesiology (Pre-Physical Therapy)
BS in Sports Management
School of Education
BS in Early Childhood Education
BS in Middle Grades Education
BS in Business Education
BS in Health and Physical Ed (P-12)
BS in History Education
BS in Math Education
BS/BA in English Education
BME Bachelor in Music Education (Choral P-12)
BME Bachelor in Music Education (Instrumental P-12)
Computer Information Systems
Institutional Mission Statement
Emmanuel College is a Christ-centered liberal arts institution that strives to prepare students to become Christlike disciples who integrate faith, learning and living for effective careers, scholarship and service.
Deus Nobiscum – “God With Us”
Emmanuel College is a private, four-year Christian college with an Evangelical, Pentecostal foundation. Committed to the Lordship of Jesus Christ. Founded in 1919 by the International Pentecostal Holiness Church.
There are about 800 students representing over 28 states, 10 foreign countries and 25 denominations.
Emmanuel has an attractive 150-acre campus in Northeast Georgia. Emmanuel has a secure setting surrounded by state parks and other attractions nearby. Emmanuel is conveniently located near Athens and Atlanta, GA and Anderson, SC.
Costs & Aid
Emmanuel is one of the nation’s most economical private colleges with tuition 49% below the national average, and with 9 out of 10 students receiving financial aid.
Nearly 25% of Emmanuel’s students come from over 300 miles away.
Emmanuel College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate and baccalaureate degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Emmanuel College.
Four-year programs (B.A. & B.S.) lead to careers or graduate study. Liberal arts base. Two-year programs (A.A.) designed for institutional transfer. Strong Christian dimension. Student-faculty ratio of 15:1.
During the fall semester of 2003, 138 first-time, full-time certificate- or degree-seeking undergraduate students entered Emmanuel College. After 6 years (as of August 31, 2009), 41% of them had graduated from our institution or completed their programs.
Emmanuel College is committed to providing equal education and employment opportunity to all qualified persons regardless of their economic or social status and does not discriminate in any of its policies, programs or activities on the basis of gender, age, race, handicap, marital or parental status, color or national or ethnic origin; over 19% of Emmanuel College's students are ethnic minority.
The Shaw-Leslie Library provides information services to students, faculty and staff of Emmanuel College as well as the community. It has a collection of more than 95,000 volumes, including books, music scores, CDs, DVDs, electronic books, monographs and other multimedia materials. Periodical resources include current paper journal subscriptions, newspapers, microfiche, indexing and full-text access contained in the databases of Galileo. Library services include computer labs, circulation, reference, library orientation and interlibrary loan.
Through numerous organizations, our students serve by visiting hospitals, homeless shelters and prisons. They tutor children, do street ministry, assist pastors, go on summer missions trips and more.
Fun, Games, Growth
Over 25 organizations provide opportunities for leadership, spiritual growth and fun. Intercollegiate teams include basketball, soccer, tennis, golf, volleyball, cross-country, softball, baseball and more. Varied Intramural teams. Chapel, concerts, special events, community ministries, summer mission trips. Approximately one-third of our students serve in leadership positions.
Student Activity Center
The center includes racquetball courts, table tennis, pool tables, weight room, TV lounge, outdoor pool, spa and sauna.
We would love for you to visit our campus. Click here to learn about the campus tour.