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Emory College

LAUNCH PAD IT ALL STARTS HERE


This is where you’ll get started. Emory College of Arts and Sciences is a liberal arts college at the center of a research university, with Atlanta in its backyard. So you won’t be wondering where the action is. Or how you’re going to find a major that interests you. Or where in the world you’ll get an internship. You’ll have prime resources and a global city at close reach. And you’ll have our innovative teaching, vibrant community, and out-of-class experiences to get you to what’s next.


Doing things

DIFFERENTLY

1836

since

Emory University’s nine schools will enrich your four years E M O RY CO LLEG E O F AR T S AN D SCI E N CE S (1836) OXFO R D CO LLEG E (1836) SCH O O L O F M E D I CI N E (1854) N E LL H O D GSO N WO O D RU FF SCH O O L O F N U R SI N G (1905) C AN D LE R SCH O O L O F T H EO LO GY (1914) SCH O O L O F L AW (1916) R O B E R TO C . G O IZU E TA BUSI N E SS SCH O O L (1919) JA M E S T. L AN E Y SCH O O L O F G R AD UAT E S T U D I E S (1919) R O LLI N S SCH O O L O F PU B LI C H E ALT H (1990)

Enrollment E M O R Y CO L L E G E

5,631

EMORY UNIVERSIT Y

14,724 A P P LY. E M O R Y. E D U


From moving Emory College 38 miles west to Atlanta, to choosing a skeleton as our unofficial mascot, Emory University has a history of doing things differently. Join our community of change agents, bold thinkers, and pioneers. We’ve got work to do.

Learning that inspires and also sets you up At Emory we pair traditional learning—liberal arts—with discovery. So you’ll use questions, evidence, and experience as you learn. You’ll graduate with knowledge, yes, but also skills to make your impact.

A vibrant community plus an amazing city More than two-thirds of our students live on campus, making it close, connected, and active. Plus, all our graduate and professional schools are right in the same few blocks as Emory College, and downtown Atlanta is just five minutes away. Your day-to-day life will be packed with smart people, interesting resources, and easy access to experience and fun.

A customized academic path Take our list of 70+ majors and 50+ minors and create an education that fits you. After your first two years, if you’re interested in business or nursing, you can apply to Emory’s Goizueta Business School to earn a BBA or transfer to our School of Nursing to earn a BSN.

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Good thinking WE HAVE DESIGNED OUR CURRICULUM TO FOCUS ON USING EVIDENCE AND ORIGINAL THOUGHT, TEACHING YOU TO THINK LIKE YOU WILL ON THE JOB OR IN GRAD SCHOOL.

T Y L E R L AT T I M O R E Political Science and Economics Double Major Gainesville, Florida

Through study abroad in Berlin, challenging classes, and regular discussions with political science professor Merle Black, Tyler has fine-tuned his learning. And, he discovered that pairing his political science major with economics was valuable, informing his understanding of politics. “These experiences helped to broaden my view of politics and have helped me to realize the different paths there are to take when I graduate.”

Favorite place in Atlanta: Desta Ethiopian Kitchen Favorite campus tradition: Songfest

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REAL -LIFE LEARNING is calling your name Emory graduates creative thinkers, problem solvers, and leaders. So you’ll be prepared for today’s world. Great classes from day one At Emory, learning is enriched by the resources and faculty of a top research university, and it begins with our First-Year Seminars. They’re small (most less than 20 students) and interdisciplinary, and their topics connect to the world around you.

Professors who will know what makes you tick Our average class size is 24, and 80% of classes have fewer than 30 students. The student-faculty ratio is 8:1. And, our professors will advise you from your freshman year on.

Gain skills as well as knowledge Our Nature of Evidence curriculum will train you to use evidence as you learn—regardless of major—leading to fine-tuned observational and reasoning skills. Analyze in-the-news issues in our University Courses, which draw upon the many perspectives and resources across campus and are open to all students—undergraduate and graduate. Experiential learning like internships, study abroad, leadership training, and research offer practical experience to enhance your knowledge toolkit.


PROFESSORS who make the hair stand up on the back of your neck At Emory, our professors—the ones who write the books, run the labs, and make discoveries—teach. They also advise students, cheer at games, and eat in the DUC with everyone else. They’ll teach you things that will surprise and inspire you, and you’ll connect with them for a lifetime. And, you just might find former US President Jimmy Carter or His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama leading your class.

FR ANS DE WAAL De Waal is the Charles H. Candler Professor of Primate Behavior in the Department of Psychology. He studies human evolution by investigating our similarities with great apes. In 2007, Time featured him as one of the world’s One Hundred Most Influential People. A P P LY. E M O R Y. E D U


“What this lab is good at is finding opportunities in unexpected results. That’s part of the fun.”

Faculty who guide and encourage At Emory, professors serve as academic advisers from your freshman year on, through our Pre-Major Advising Connections at Emory (PACE) program. With PACE, faculty and peer leaders will help you adjust to college life, find

H UW DAV IE S, A SA G R I GGS

your passion, and plan for academic and career success.

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1 Michele Lampl, Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of Anthropology and director of the Emory Center for the Study of Human Health, teaches in our interdisciplinary human health major, the only one of its kind in the nation. 2 Daniel Reynolds, assistant professor of film and media studies and Humanistic Inquiry Program Fellow, probes the interdisciplinary connections between film theory and psychology literature, and asks what film and video games can tell us about people’s minds. 3 Huw Davies, Asa Griggs Candler Professor, Department of Chemistry, and director of the NSF Center for Selective C-H Functionalization, works with students in his lab. 4 Andra Gillespie, associate professor of political science, specializes in political mobilization and race, as well as competition between minority groups. Here she’s teaching the political science class New Black Leadership. 5 Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Mathematics Ken Ono specializes in number theory and has unlocked breakthrough theories about partition numbers. 6 Former US Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey teaches and advises students at Emory as Robert W. Woodruff Professor of English and Creative Writing. “Emory is unique because, from the moment I got here, it was made clear to me the importance placed on poetry, that I was the practitioner of an art already valued at this place.”

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POWER UP your experience

Through research, internships, and our diverse campus resources, Emory students deepen their liberal arts learning.

Contribute to a breakthrough • Research even in your first year. • 48% of students research with professors, 27% research

independently with faculty support. • Research in all disciplines, including the humanities, arts, sciences, and social and behavioral studies. • SIRE (Scholarly Inquiry and Research at Emory) promotes undergraduate A P P LY. E M O R Y. E D U

Take advantage research in all fields through grants, faculty-student research partnerships, and summer research stipends. • Students in the Emory University

S cholar Programs have access to exceptional programming experiences. The Robert W. Woodruff and Goizueta Scholarships are awarded to students

• V isit with Egyptian mummies at the Michael C. Carlos Museum. • Perform at the Schwartz Center

for Performing Arts. • Intern with policy researchers at The Carter Center. • Solve problems with fellow impact

with outstanding academic

entrepreneurs in our Social

achievement and clear potential

Innovation residence hall.

for enriching the lives of others.


Boost your marketability • E xamine Alice Walker’s archive in our Stuart A. Rose

Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, one of seven libraries on campus. • Study chimp behavior at

Yerkes National Primate Research Center. • Research with the experts at the Centers for Disease

Control and Prevention.

Most Emory students have an internship during their four years, and students can intern in the US or during study abroad. You can choose from about 2,000 internships in Atlanta and 10,000+ across the globe.

We intern like nobody’s business THE CARTER CENTER • CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENC Y • COMEDY CENTRAL • ERNST & YOUNG • GOOGLE • R A N D O M H O U S E • N F L P L AY E R S ASSOCIATION • AMAZON • GERSH • T. ROWE PRICE • DELOITTE • GOLDMAN SACHS • UTA • CHILDREN’S HEALTHCARE OF ATL ANTA • APPLE • AMA ZON • CABLE NEWS NETWORK (CNN) • DELTA AIR LINES • DEUTSCHE BANK • ESPN • FLAT ROCK PLAYHOUSE E M O R Y CO L L E G E


Study math (or anything) on the other side of the

WORLD International experience is an integral part of an Emory education, giving you a global perspective and preparation for tomorrow.

PERU

INDIA

GERMANY

Just a few of the places you can go INDIA • COSTA RICA • MOROCCO • CZECH REPUBLIC • GHANA • FRANCE • DENMARK • ARGENTINA • BRAZIL • AUSTRALIA • ISRAEL • HUNGARY • CHINA • RUSSIAN FEDERATION • ENGLAND • ITALY • NORTHERN IRELAND • JORDAN • MONGOLIA • GERMANY • VIETNAM • SWITZERLAND • JAPAN • AUSTRIA • THE NETHERLANDS • TANZANIA • MEXICO • TURKEY • SENEGAL • SOUTH AFRICA • BOTSWANA • SPAIN • REPUBLIC OF KOREA • SCOTLAND • SINGAPORE • PANAMA • RWANDA • PERU • CHILE • GREECE • IRELAND • NAMIBIA • NICARAGUA • CANADA • INDONESIA

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CHINA

ISRAEL

SENEGAL

Or, gain a global outlook right here in Atlanta

Broaden your point of view • 37% of the Class of 2016 participated in study,

Even when you’re on campus, an Emory

or year • 135 programs that span the globe • Study abroad in all majors •

education is a global one. Emory University is home to 3,500+ international students and scholars, and international research and teaching is woven into the curriculum in all nine schools. Plus, our Halle Institute for Global Learning offers international programming on campus and abroad.

research, or service learning abroad • Study abroad for a semester, summer, Integrated with on-campus curricula • Take your financial aid and merit scholarships with you • Language immersion, fieldwork in developing countries, research in labs, exposure to global business, and more Our Center for International Programs Abroad (CIPA) develops, promotes, and administers study abroad programming. Find out more at cipa.emory.edu.

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“I feel fortunate that I get to take classes in material that is applicable to the world around me, and I am able to use my education for a greater social purpose.� J ULIAN NA J OSS PO LI T I C AL SCIEN CE AN D DAN CE /M OV EM EN T S T UD I E S D O UB LE M A J O R ANAH EI M , C ALIFO R N IA M O R E T HAN J US T R E C YC LI N G Sustainability is a way of life here. Emory boasts environmentally conscious construction, sustainable food plans, eco-curriculum, and alternatively fueled shuttles. Our WaterHub, pictured here, cleans wastewater for nonpotable use, A P P LY. E M O R Y. E D U

and provides 146 million gallons a year.


Make your

IMPACT

starting right here

At Emory, we think education should inspire you to change the way we live in the world, whichever corner of it you choose to tackle first. Serve across the globe or right at home

Engage for change

• More than 83% of our students

Our Center for Community Partnerships

volunteered last year • Weekly service trips in the greaterAtlanta community • Large-scale, University-wide service days (including alumni worldwide)

promotes civic engagement through scholarship, learning, and service. Its Community Building and Social Change Fellows work to build community in the contemporary urban US.

• Alternative service breaks during fall, winter, and spring breaks

MAR A ROSENSTOCK Business Major, Marketing Concentration Madison, Wisconsin In addition to participating on our varsity swimming and diving team, Mara is a marketing major in the business school. Last summer, she worked on research for marketing professor Jagdish Sheth, an experience that gave her the chance to make an impact. “The project analyzed how digital technology is affecting product innovation, and I learned how companies leverage this knowledge to provide value to their communities,” she says. “I could see exactly how what I learn can be applied in the real world.”

Favorite spot on campus: Asbury Circle Favorite campus tradition: Songfest E M O R Y CO L L E G E


LOVE OUR COMMUNITY

Located in a historic neighborhood a few miles from downtown Atlanta, Emory is tree-lined with a nature preserve at its edge, and in its center has pink and gray marble buildings topped with red tile roofs. It’s movie-set beautiful, and it’s a real-life, active community: More than two-thirds of students live on campus, making Emory vibrant and connected—there will be a lot going on right outside your room.

like we do

What’s the best spot on campus? “ASBURY CIRCLE, WHERE WONDERFUL WEDNESDAY IS HELD” • “THE WOODED AREA BEHIND THE CARLOS MUSEUM” • “COX HALL—NOBODY WILL JUDGE YOU IF YOU HEAD UPSTAIRS AND PASS OUT ON A BEANBAG FOR A FEW HOURS” • “THE QUAD—IT’S LIKE WALKING ONTO A MOVIE SET ABOUT GOING TO COLLEGE” • “THE DUC—IT’S THE HUB” • “SITTING ON THE GRASS FOR A CONCERT AT MCDONOUGH FIELD” • “THE HILL IN THE CENTER OF LULLWATER PRESERVE” • “ANYWHERE, WHEN IT’S DOOLEY’S WEEK” A P P LY. E M O R Y. E D U


Geographic distribution of 2016 first-year class Incoming first-year students are from 45 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and 48 countries.

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0.01% 16.3% 1.5%

Home is where your art is, or at least your posters • All students live on campus for their first two years. • O  ur newest freshman living complex is sustainability themed, encouraging green living. • Pick what housing fits you: theme halls, a single-sex hall, single and double rooms, or suites and full apartments for two, three, and four roommates. • Emory Dining makes campus feel even more like home. They take student suggestions and prepare a wide variety of tasty food in diverse settings, from smaller cafes to the DUC, Emory’s main spot to eat and connect with friends.

Make friends like you (or not like you at all) Emory students are from 50 states • From 100+ nations • From 100s of backgrounds • Share thousands of racial, ethnic, religious, sexual, political, academic, and geographic points of view • Have more than one way to add to our diversity • Bring countless perspectives to campus • Plus, Southern hospitality is alive and well here and makes our community friendly and inviting. E M O R Y CO L L E G E


TAK E T H E LE AD Enhance your leadership skills, impact campus life, and be part of an ethically engaged community through organizations including the Student Government Association, College Council, Student Programming Council, and Outdoor Emory.

L I N D S AY PAT TO N Playwriting Major Fletcher, North Carolina Torn between majoring in theater and creative writing, Lindsay chose a playwriting major, which turned out to be a perfect fit. Last spring she studied in Ireland, which, she says, “really allowed me to flourish as an independent student.” Outside class, you’ll see her shooting videos for Emory Television and performing in Rathskellar, Emory’s improv troupe.

Favorite place in Atlanta: Virginia-Highland Favorite spot on campus: the Quad

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Don’t just

STAND THERE With 550+ student clubs, sports teams, and performing arts groups, Emory is the place for those who want to organize, lead, and be a part of it all.

Grab the spotlight In addition to the many student-led and University performing arts organizations on campus, Emory has many ways to create. Arts at Emory hosts 300+ events in the performing, visual, and literary arts each year.

Practice your victory dance Emory’s 18 varsity teams compete in NCAA Division III, and our Emory Eagles ranked No. 3 in the Learfield Sports Directors Cup standings this past year. Since 1988 Emory recorded 20 NCAA Championships and 183 UAA Championships. We’ve had 891 AllAmericans since 1984. Last year, 620 students competed in 25 club sports, and 2,162 students participated in 20 intramurals. Go Eagles!

Put a fine point on it Present the facts and be persuasive with the Barkley Forum, Emory’s debate team, which has a long history of competitive success. Since 1967, 40 Barkley Forum students have won 20+ national team championships or individual champion speaker awards. E M O R Y CO L L E G E


A S K E LE TO N? In 1899, a science lab skeleton named Dooley introduced himself in a letter to an Emory student publication. Today he appears a few times a year, and he'll even cancel your class if you write him a good limerick.

Celebrate the weird and the

WONDERFUL Sometimes hard to describe but always fun, our traditions make for a lively and close community, and a lasting link between Emory students past and present. You’ll hope a skeleton cancels class

You’ll sing and dance like crazy

Dooley, our “Lord of Misrule,” (represented

At Orientation, freshman dorms compete

by select students in costume) makes

in Songfest, a song and dance contest,

appearances all year, but during Dooley’s

where the winners have bragging

Week in the spring he rules campus—

rights—yes—through graduation.

dismissing classes and making mischief.

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You’ll try not to cry A few nights before graduation, seniors prepare to “cross over” to alumni status, symbolized by a candlelit walk over the bridge to the Miller-Ward Alumni House.

You’ll talk with a president Every fall for almost 30 years, former President Jimmy Carter holds a town hall meeting for first-year students, where he speaks and then takes questions from the audience.

You’ll see how Wednesdays are wonderful Originating decades ago when Emory held no classes on Wednesdays, Wonderful Wednesday now is a way for the whole campus to celebrate on Wednesday afternoons. Organized by student clubs, the fun can include ice cream, relay races, trivia, and sometimes even a bouncy castle.

“Dooley is one of my favorite things about Emory. I don’t think that you can find something like him anywhere else.” M AD D IE CLIF TO N PO LI T I C AL SCIEN CE AN D IN T ER D ISCIPLI NARY S T UD I E S D O UB LE M A J O R SAVAN NAH, G EO RG IA E M O R Y CO L L E G E


ATLANTA

where the weather is warm and the city is cool

Connect with your future MORE THAN 37,600 EMORY ALUMNI CALL ATLANTA HOME • RANKED NO. 3 AMONG THE 10 BEST CITIES FOR YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS (FORBES) • RANKED NO. 5 AMONG THE BEST CITIES FOR BUSINESS AND CAREERS (FORBES) • NO. 3 CITY FOR GROWTH IN NUMBER OF WOMEN-OWNED FIRMS (AMERICAN EXPRESS) • NO. 2 SOCIALLY NETWORKED CITY (MEN’S HEALTH) A P P LY. E M O R Y. E D U


There’s more to Atlanta than nice weather, beautiful neighborhoods, and people with manners. A progressive global city, Atlanta has lots to offer our students, from internships to entertainment and many places to explore. Take a break from studying Enjoy Piedmont Park’s 189 green acres, right in Midtown Atlanta. • Foodies beware: there are too many choices—from food trucks to fine dining, and don’t forget Southern cuisine. • Take the Atlanta BeltLine and explore the city by foot, bike, or skateboard. • Try a few of this legendary music city’s venues, ranging from big arenas to intimate listening rooms. • Go Hawks, Braves, Falcons, and now pro soccer, too.

Gain more experience than you ever thought possible • Business: 3rd largest concentration of Fortune 500 companies in the US • Film: 4th largest film industry in the nation (Georgia)

AT L AN T I C S TAT I O N Atlanta is a collection of neighborhoods, each with its own personality and energy. In Midtown’s Atlantic Station you’ll find shopping, dining, movies, and more.

• Health Care: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, American Cancer Society, CARE, and booming health IT and biosciences industries • Media: Turner Broadcasting System, CNN, Cox Communications, and the Weather Channel • International: nearly 70 full and honorary consulates E M O R Y CO L L E G E


NO NEED TO STOP Explore what inspires you HUMANITIES Faculty in the humanities, including National Endowment for the Humanities Professor of French Dalia Judovitz and poet Jericho Brown spark learning and strong writing as well as critical-thinking skills.

Drew Weston, whose book, The Political Brain, has influenced local and national election campaigns as well as by classes like Health and Humanities taught by Assistant Professor of History Elena Conis.

BEHAVIORAL STUDIES With Yerkes National Primate Research Center and the Center for Behavioral Neuroscience right on campus, you’ll have unmatched resources for study in behavioral sciences.

LIFE SCIENCES If you like life sciences, you’ll be surrounded by resources—the faculty and labs of Emory’s hospitals and clinics; our schools of medicine, public health, and nursing; the Winship Cancer Institute; and our neighbor the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

ARTS In addition to majors or co-majors in the arts, Emory’s Center for Creativity & Arts will encourage your artistic experimentation. Creative writing students, take note: USA Today named Emory the No. 1 school for budding writers.

ENGINEERING This 3-2 dual-degree program can allow you to study in either arts or science at Emory and engineering at Georgia Tech, and graduate with a BA + BS or BS + BS.

PRE-HEALTH The PreHealth Mentoring Office can help you navigate the requirements and application processes for careers in the health professions, ensuring you graduate prepared for your next step.

undergraduate program is ranked No. 15 in the nation. You can apply to spend your junior and senior years at Goizueta to earn a BBA.

SOCIAL SCIENCES If you’re a social sciences fan, you’ll be inspired by Psychology Professor

MAJORS African American Studies African Studies American Studies Ancient Mediterranean Studies Anthropology Anthropology and Human Biology Applied Mathematics and Statistics Applied Mathematics Arabic Art History Biology (BA or BS) Biophysics Business Administration (BBA)* Chemistry (BA or BS) Chinese Classical Civilization Classics Comparative Literature Computer Science (BA or BS) Dance and Movement Studies East Asian Studies Economics

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BUSINESS Goizueta Business School’s

NURSING The Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing is ranked No. 8 in the nation. You can transfer to spend your junior and senior years at Emory’s School of Nursing to earn a BSN.

Engineering Sciences Engineering (Dual Degree with Georgia Tech) English English and Creative Writing Environmental Sciences (BA or BS) Film Studies French German Studies Greek History Human Health Interdisciplinary Studies in Society and Culture International Studies Italian Studies Japanese Jewish Studies Latin Latin American and Caribbean Studies Linguistics Mathematics (BA or BS) Media Studies

PREPROFESSIONAL In each preprofessional track, (including pre-law, pre-dentistry, premed, and more) you can design your own curriculum, and with the help of the Career Center, prepare yourself with targeted guidance for the postgraduate application process.

Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies Music Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology Nursing (BSN) Nursing (Dual Degree BA/BS + BSN) Philosophy Physics (BA or BS) Physics and Astronomy (BA or BS) Physics for Life Sciences Political Science Psychology Quantitative Science Religion Russian Russian and East European Studies Sociology Spanish Spanish and Portuguese Theater Studies Visual Arts (Integrated Co-Major) Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

MINORS African American Studies African Studies American Studies Ancient Mediterranean Studies Anthropology Applied Mathematics Arabic Architectural Studies Art History Astronomy Catholic Studies Chinese Classical Civilization Community Building and Social Change Comparative Literature Computer Informatics Computer Science Dance and Movement Studies Development Studies Earth and Atmospheric Studies East Asian Studies Economics


AT ONE Choose from 70+ majors, 50+ minors, and a variety of preprofessional options, and if you can’t decide on just one, you can double major, pursue a joint major, or try an interdisciplinary path.

English Environmental Sciences Ethics Film Studies French German Studies Global Health, Culture, and Society Greek Hebrew Hindi History Italian Studies Japanese Jewish Studies Korean Latin Latin American and Caribbean Studies Linguistics Lusophone Studies Mathematics Media Studies Mediterranean Archaeology Music

Nutrition Science Persian Language and Literature Philosophy Physics Political Science Predictive Health Religion Russian Russian and East European Studies Science, Culture, and Society Sociology Spanish Sustainability Sustainability Sciences Theater Studies Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies JOINT MAJORS Classics and English Classics and History Classics and Philosophy Economics and Mathematics English and History

History and Art History Mathematics and Computer Science Mathematics and Political Science Philosophy and Religion Playwriting (Creative Writing and Theater Studies) Psychology and Linguistics Religion and Anthropology Religion and Classical Civilization Religion and History Religion and Sociology Spanish and Linguistics PREPROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES Business Administration Dentistry Law Medicine Nursing Optometry Pharmacy Physical Therapy Physician Assistant

Podiatry Public Health Theology Veterinary Medicine *BBA CURRICULUM Accounting Analytic Consulting Arts Management Business and Society Environment and Sustainability Film and Media Management Finance Health Innovation Information Systems and Operations Management International Business Marketing Real Estate Strategy and Management Consulting

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Get out there and

SHOW THEM HOW IT’S DONE At Emory, we know employers want employees with a liberal arts education, as do graduate and professional schools. Our graduates are known for their broad knowledge and exceptional abilities to reason and communicate across disciplines. Long story short, Emory students are prepared and in demand after graduation.

J E N N A E V E R LY Goizueta Business School Class of 2014 Business Major, Double Concentration in Marketing & Strategy and Management Consulting Business Analyst for Deloitte Consulting After Emory, Jenna was well prepared for an everchanging role in a consulting career. “I’ve picked up concepts easily in a working environment and quickly learn new skills because of my strong business base from Goizueta,” she says. “And my Community Building and Social Change Fellowship through Emory provided me A P P LY. E M O R Y. E D U

with hands-on learning, helping me adjust to stakeholder needs, be flexible, and navigate new waters.”

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<.5% 1.7%

Position yourself for what’s next

3.6%

Within less than three months after graduation, Class of 2016 Emory graduates are pursuing the

9.5%

following opportunities: 41.9% Employed

9.5%

41.9%

33.3% Continuing Education 3.6%

Post-Graduate Internship

9.5%

Gap Year / Volunteer / Not Seeking

1.7%

Return to Home Country

<.5%

Military

9.5%

Currently Seeking

33.3% The Emory Career Center collects information up to 3 months after graduation versus the national standard of 6 months after graduation. We believe this is a more accurate representation of career outcomes shortly after graduation. (Numbers add up to more than 100 due to rounding.)

Get connected at the Career Center

Network with muscle

Mock interviews, resume planning, job

Emory’s 133,000 alumni live worldwide

fairs, graduate and professional school

and are engaged in their communities

fairs • 100+ Career Center–sponsored

and a range of careers. Yes, we have our

workshops and programs each year •

share of superstar alumni, but no matter

In 2015–2016, 198 companies recruited

what fields our alumni excel in, they are

on campus.

an eager resource for students looking for mentoring and advice in their careers and life after Emory.

“After two full summers of internship experience, I went to Google’s headquarters as a BOLD Intern during the summer after my junior year, and that solidified my desire to work in the tech industry after I graduated.” KEVIN SAT TERFIELD EMORY COLLEGE CLASS OF 2015 POLITICAL SCIENCE MA JOR ACCOUNT MANAGER AT FACEBOOK E M O R Y CO L L E G E


How to apply

Emory College Admitted First-year Class of 2020 Profile (25th–75th percentile)

Applying to Emory University is done online through either the Common Application or the Coalition Application. The Admission staff is not, in any way, partial to one application over the other. Both applications offer the same personalized options to all students: to apply to either Emory College, Oxford College, or both and to select the desired admission plan. There is only one $75 application fee. Find out more at apply.emory.edu/apply.

Application checklist

Application reminders

• C  ommon Application (commonapp.org) or

We know the college application process

SAT Critical Reading 660–750 Math 670–770 Writing 670–770 Combined 2030–2270 ACT 31–34 GPA (unweighted) 3.71–3.97 Applicants: Accepted: Enrolled:

19,924 5,014 1,371

Coalition Application (coalitionforcollegeaccess.org) can be complicated on top of all your other •A  $75 application fee or application fee waiver

senior year activities. We offer this helpful list

• Official high school transcripts

of reminders to streamline the process for you.

• Official college transcripts, if applicable • O  fficial scores from the SAT and/or the ACT; if English is your second language, it is highly recommended that you submit results from the TOEFL or IELTS

• A  ll Emory application deadlines are for

submit one application and one set of

SAT/TOEFL: 5187; ACT: 0810

supporting documents.

• S econdary school report/counselor’s recommendation

• Any mailed application materials should include the applicant’s full name, date of

• Two teacher letters of recommendation • M  id-year report (due January 25 for EDII; February 15 for RD applicants)

Admitted First-year Class of 2020 Profile (25th–75th percentile)

online submission or postmark. • I f you are applying to Emory College, Oxford College, or both, you need only

• T  esting Codes:

Oxford College

birth, and application ID#. • M  ake a copy of ALL application materials submitted. • T  he Admission Committee is unable to

SAT Critical Reading 630–730 Math 640–760 Writing 640–740 Combined 1940–2210 ACT 29–33 GPA (unweighted) 3.57–3.92 Applicants: Accepted: Enrolled:

return any part of your application.

Visit Emory

Visit Oxford

2016 Fall for Emory Open House Dates

We encourage you to come for one of our daily visits, which includes a campus tour and faculty-student interaction.

Saturday, September 17 Saturday, October 15 Saturday, October 29

Choose from two liberal arts colleges— Emory College and Oxford College Spend your freshman and sophomore years at either Emory College or Oxford College, and then decide: you can continue at Emory College for a BA or BS, apply to Emory’s Goizueta Business School for a BBA, or transfer to our Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing to earn a BSN. A P P LY. E M O R Y. E D U

8,643 3,280 510 Date of record: July 2016

For full details and to schedule your visit online, go to

MAILING ADDRESS

apply.emory.edu/visit.

3263-001-1AA (omit for UPS, FedEx)

Emory University Office of Admission – Undergraduate 1390 Oxford Road NE, Atlanta, GA 30322-1016

Goizueta Business School

BBA

Emory College Emory College

BS/BA

Oxford College School of Nursing

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SOPHOMORE YEAR

JUNIOR YEAR

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Affordability At Emory University, we think choosing a college should be based on fit, not finances. That’s why we are committed to meeting 100 percent of demonstrated financial need for all accepted domestic students. In fact, about half of our undergraduates receive financial aid, demonstrating our ongoing commitment to making an Emory education affordable.

Need-based aid

support, to reach their full potential and have

A family’s entire financial portfolio—including income, assets, and other earnings—will be considered for eligibility to receive financial aid. In addition to the FAFSA, Emory uses the CSS PROFILE because it provides more insight into a family’s financial circumstances. Financial aid packages can consist of grants, loans, work-study, and scholarships. Emory is dedicated to programs such as Emory Advantage and QuestBridge to assist students

a notable impact on the University, Atlanta, and greater global community. The Robert W. Woodruff Scholarship, our most prestigious, is named after the former president of The Coca-Cola Company. During his lifetime, Robert W. Woodruff spent significant time reflecting on how he could do the most good in his community. He gave generously of his time and resources to the

with high financial need.

arts, education, and humanitarian efforts in

Merit scholarships and scholar programs

Emory University Scholar Programs

TOP PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES (KIPLINGER’S PERSONAL FINANCE) • NO. 18 FOR BEST VALUE BASED ON ACADEMIC QUALITY AND AVERAGE NEED-BASED FINANCIAL AID (US NEWS & WORLD REPORT) • 20% OF STUDENTS RECEIVE FEDERAL PELL GRANTS • $36,702: AVERAGE OXFORD COLLEGE FINANCIAL AID PACKAGE • $42,277: AVERAGE EMORY COLLEGE FINANCIAL AID PACKAGE • $154 MILLION: TOTAL UNDERGRADUATE FINANCIAL AID AWARDED

Atlanta, and it is his legacy that allows the

Emory University offers partial to full meritbased scholarships as part of the Emory University Scholar Programs. The aim of the campus scholar community is to empower students, through distinct resources and

to continue.

2016–2017 Estimated Expenses*

To be considered for full merit scholarships,

Emory College

students must submit a completed application

Tuition

$47,300 $42,600

by the Emory University Scholars selection

Fees

deadline of November 15 (if applying Early

Housing

7,914 7,788

Food

5,572 4,218

Decision I, the deadline is November 1). Finalists for the scholar programs must attend

QUESTIONS?

Emory College

Oxford College

800.727.6036

800.723.8328

404.727.6036

770.784.8328

a spring campus event that includes activities and interviews. For more information, please visit apply.emory.edu/merit.

ADMISSION DEADLINE

FINANCIAL AID DEADLINE (FAFSA/PROFILE/IDOC)

Early Decision I (EDI) November 1 December 5 Scholar Programs November 15 (Based on chosen EDI, EDII, or RD decision plan.) Early Decision II (EDII) January 1 January 15 Regular Decision January 1 February 15 EEO/AA/Disability/Veteran employer | 16-PROV-JOINT-0063

Oxford College

654 654

Travel/Incidentals 2,416 2,416 Books

1,224 1,224

Total . . . . . . . . . . . $65,080 $58,900 * Emory and Oxford costs vary as a result of the fact that they support campuses with different programs and facilities.

ADMISSION@EMORY.EDU

Important Dates

NO. 10 FOR BEST VALUE AMONG 100

Go to apply.emory.edu/apply for full details about the financial aid process and blog.emoryadmission.com/ for the Inside Emory Admission blog and regular updates and insight. E M O R Y CO L L E G E

2016-2017 Emory University Undergraduate Admission Viewbook (Emory College)  

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