top questions parents ask
Wondering what will life on campus be like for your child? Here are the top items EMU parents consider when making a college choice:
Safety and crisis communication
Counseling center and services
Health and wellness services
Academic support and tutoring
Disability suppport services
International student support
Multicultural student support
Housing and residence life info
Campus ministries and university chapel
Career services during and after college
what will it cost to attend EMU?
Just for Parents
At EMU we give students a rare combo of rigorous academics and an emphasis on global learning, peace studies, sustainability, and service to others.
Employers and graduate schools seek out EMU grads because of their critical thinking skills, character, and desire for a meaningful life. 98% of EMU graduates are employed (working, engaged in service or in further study) within 12 months of graduation!
Thanks for the chance to talk about the value of the education your daughters and sons will receive at EMU. Our admissions staff looks forward to working with you! Take the time to visit our beautiful campus and experience EMU for yourself!
Vice President of Enrollment
What will this cost our family?
You’ll be surprised how affordable an EMU education really is. Nearly 100% of EMU students receive financial aid, and an average financial aid package is $17,350. About $9 million in financial aid is awarded each year.
A sustainable and safe campus
We keep a safe and sustainable campus environment in which your child can live, learn, and work. Though emergencies and crimes are not common, our staff stays up-to-date on safety and reporting procedures. Our security programs include awareness seminars for all students and thorough training of residential-life staff and campus security personnel.
How will your child know if there’s a crisis on campus? Our crisis management team uses a communications plan a wide array of communication alerts including text messaging, computer and network notifications, website alerts, etc.
Get involved in the search!
There are lots of ways to get involved with your child’s college search process. Here are some ideas: