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oxford College

LAUNCH PAD IT ALL STARTS HERE


It’s your turn to soar. On our picture-perfect small campus, you’ll enjoy the close attention of outstanding faculty committed to innovative teaching, foster warm relationships with your classmates, and develop as a leader inside and outside the classroom. Spend your first two years at Oxford, and finish your education at the heart of a major research university in the Southeast’s largest city. Let your college journey take off from here.


A HISTORY of making a DIFFERENCE Emory University’s nine schools will enrich your four years OXFO R D CO LLEG E (1836) E M O RY CO LLEG E O F AR T S AN D SCI E N CE S (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 O X F O R D CO L L E G E

936

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


Emory began when it was founded on the Oxford College campus more than 175 years ago. It’s where a small liberal arts college shaped a generation of leaders before moving to Atlanta and becoming a full-fledged university. It’s where you’ll take your place among them. And where you’ll make your own history. Excellence in teaching Our committed professors encourage students to think for themselves and to work toward the kind of transformative intellectual breakthroughs that signal real education.

Leadership and teamwork Roll up your sleeves and jump right in. Oxford students begin as leaders from their very first moments on campus. It’s part and parcel of what makes us tick.

Innovative liberal arts curriculum Ways of Inquiry and Theory Practice/Service Learning classes teach students a higher-level understanding of academic disciplines and their application to the real world.

Life lived in community At the core of who we are is community. Oxford College is a community of students, A L L R OA D S L E A D H E R E

faculty, and staff committed to bringing out

Presiding over the intersecting walking

the best in our college and in ourselves.

paths across the Quad is Seney Hall, Oxford’s most iconic building.

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DETOUR TOWARD the unexpected There’s more than one way to learn Who’s to say that you can’t have fun, make great friends with your classmates—and professors—and still learn at the same time? At Oxford, you can. That’s because our community values closeness and friendliness as well as the serious pursuit of knowledge. Classes are small (86% have fewer than 30 students) and teaching is exemplary. You won’t find garden-variety here.

Resist the ordinary Teachers and students are collaborators in learning at Oxford. Courses that prompt students to think differently or act differently—doing rather than passively listening— are the norm. Students find professors easy to approach. As a result, class discussions are thoughtful. Students jump right into learning—readily connecting with professors and classmates, engaging with the readings and classwork, and speaking up in class.


Speak up

Finish strong

YOU’LL HAVE A VOICE

in their second year who want additional

HERE. USE IT. LET YOUR

academic challenge and the opportunity to

THOUGHTS AND IDEAS CARRY THE DAY.

Sophomore Honors courses are for students

study a subject in greater depth. Working one-on-one with a faculty member, the program provides students with a distinctive capstone to their Oxford experience. Honors Seminars are interdisciplinary and vary each year. Some examples: • What Makes Us Happy? • Writing the Disaster: Witnessing, 1945 • Utopias and Dystopias • Indigenous Cultures, Human Rights, and the Environment

JENNA CARIKER Nursing major; Music minor O’Fallon, Illinois Jenna finds English classes “typically painful,” but Brad Hawley, her favorite Oxford professor, teaches the subject. “Dr. Hawley explains writing in both a creative and formulaic way, which is really helpful for scientific thinkers like me,” she says. She likes the way he incorporates graphic novels into his curriculum along with classic texts. In Music Cultures of the World, an INQ class, Jenna and her classmates looked beyond textbooks to conduct their own ethnomusicological research in their hometowns, families, and the local community. “I’ve learned so much about the different music cultures that my fellow students are passionate about, and I think that’s pretty cool!”

Favorite spot on campus: The library, especially at 1:00 a.m. Favorite campus tradition: Dooley and his bodyguards OX F O R D CO L L E G E


Classroom smarts

REAL-WORLD KNOWLEDGE Get your hands dirty Through inquiry-guided (INQ) and theory practice/service learning (TPSL) courses, Oxford faculty engage in more interactive types of teaching. These courses give students the fundamental concepts and principles of subjects but move into the realm of real-world discovery through research or work in community settings.

Toss the book LEARNING EXPERIENCED. IT’S AT THE CORE OF AN OXFORD EDUCATION. MOVE PAST TEXTBOOKS AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.

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Interviewing veterans about their war experiences


Learn and do more TPSL classes allow students to deepen their understanding of a subject by applying knowledge outside of class. Students may work with middle school students as writing tutors, interview veterans about their war experiences, or study cultural anthropology through a service project.

Turn knowledge into action Examples of TPSL classes include: • Globalization and Transnational Cultures • Memoirs • Identity and Immigration I and II • Psychological Conceptions of Giftedness • The Romans • Class/Status/Power • American Education

Digging at the Zaquma site in Jordan

Increase your INQ Ways of Inquiry (INQ) courses train

Europe in the 20th Century • Survey of

students to examine and then practice

modernist art and artistic movements and

the methods of the discipline they are

developments during World War II

INQ courses span the curriculum and include the natural sciences

studying. Meant to stimulate curiosity 50 INQ courses across all departments at

Applications and Communications in the Biological Sciences • The ways in which

Oxford. Some examples:

scientific discovery and concepts are

and independent thinking, there are some

communicated to the public

Economic Anthropology • Cross-cultural study of traditional markets and exchange

Foundations of Mathematics • Introduction

patterns and economic customs

to theoretical mathematics, logic and proof, sets, induction, abstract algebraic structure, and the real number line OX F O R D CO L L E G E


CLOSE ENCOUNTERS of the teaching kind

If you’re absent, you’ll be missed You’re not a number, or even just a student. You’re a partner in your own learning, and you’re their first priority. Sure, Oxford faculty write books, conduct research, and win awards. But their biggest passion is teaching. They’re nationally recognized for their commitment to teaching and lead faculty at other institutions in exploring best practices in college classrooms. Our faculty move from behind the lecture podium to collaborate with students, inspiring them to probe and discover for themselves—and that’s the heart of real learning. BILL SHAPIRO Professor of Political Science Uses literature as diverse as The Taming of the Shrew, Medea, and the Bible in class. A P P LY. E M O R Y. E D U


“[Oxford] faculty are continuously engaged in an ongoing discussion of what constitutes good teaching—always experimenting with the art of good teaching, especially when it involves collaboration across various disciplines.”

E LO I S E C A R T E R

— Charles Howard Candler Professor of English

Professor of Biology Her students become close observers of the natural world, where she serves as both teacher and field guide. Students in her popular Field

KEN CARTER

Botany class examine Georgia

Associate Professor of Psychology

habitats each spring, field

An Oxford College alumnus, his

notebooks firmly in hand.

current research focuses on “highsensation-seeking” people.

M A R I A DAV I S

M I K E M CQ UA I D E

F R O S S O S E I TA R I D O U

Senior Lecturer in Spanish

Professor of Sociology

Assistant Professor of Physics

She holds two PhDs and uses both

Leads students in experiential learning as

Oversees the program for independent

to make her classrooms interesting

close as downtown Atlanta and as far away

undergraduate research, SURE–Oxford.

and innovative.

as the Amazon. OX F O R D CO L L E G E


Office hours OXFORD GRADUATES STUDENTS WHO ARE CELEBRATED FOR THEIR INTELLECT—A SURE SIGN OF TEACHING METHODS THAT WORK.

Alex originally wanted to major in anthropology/human biology but changed his mind after taking sociology courses with popular Oxford professor Mike McQuaide. “I found a new area of interest that is incredibly applicable to the medical field,” he says. In McQuaide’s Social Change in Developing Countries class, Alex traveled to Ecuador, engaging with indigenous communities and learning more about social issues there. McQuaide “is able to hold the best academic and nonacademic conversations. Plus, he shares my love of the outdoors,” says the avid tree climber and runner. Alex’s other extracurricular pursuits include serving as project coordinator for Circle-K, a service organization, vice president of

H E N R Y B AY E R L E

the Buddhist Club, and chair of the Honor Council.

Associate Professor of Classics

Favorite campus tradition: Late-night Waffle House runs Favorite campus spot: Oxford Pond, “the perfect place to set up A P P LY. E M O R Y. E D U

my hammock and nap”


You’ll be surprised by how much you

ACHIEVE

in two years

Oxford’s liberal arts–intensive curriculum allows you to focus on intellectual discovery and experiential learning in your first two years of study. You’ll arrive on the Atlanta campus as a junior with a significant amount of academic and personal growth already behind you. With this solid foundation, you’ll know how to find answers to difficult questions, and you’ll continue to set high standards for yourself academically. Whatever you choose to do in the future, you’ll find yourself on solid ground, thanks to the support and highquality teaching you found at Oxford.

A L E X W E AV E R Tallahassee, Florida Sociology major; Pre-med track


Greater depth

WIDER REACH

Dive deeper into your interests. At Oxford you can work on research with faculty—even as a freshman. Along with internships, study abroad, and special opportunities unique to Oxford, you’ll find yourself immersed in new experiences soon after you arrive.

Research your options Oxford Research Scholars Program

Get to work There are some 2,000 internships

Work directly with faculty on a research

SURE (Summer Undergraduate Research at Emory)

program or projects related to the

Learn leadership skills by working

worldwide.

scholarship of teaching or learning.

independently on a research project and

And it’s not just limited to science.

presenting your work. In this 10-week

Students have worked on projects

program, students work with Oxford

in the humanities, social sciences,

faculty on projects with a biological or

mathematics, and even PE.

biomedical basis.

in Atlanta and more than 10,000

• 54 percent of Emory students have an internship during their four years • More than 200 companies and organizations attend Emory’s on-campus job fairs each year.

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A whole planet to explore Emory’s Career Center is available

Expand your education though

Travel can also be part of your course

to all undergraduate students.

travel. Global Connections is a travel

work. Desert Geology studies the

You’ll find the tools you need

experience that focuses on issues of

climate and the geographic formations

to effectively interview and

social justice. Journeys is a program

of deserts in a 12-day field trip to the

land an internship or job, such

on both campuses in which students

Chihuahuan Desert in Big Bend

as mock interviewing, career

travel to communities with a history of

National Park, Texas.

assessment, preprofessional

conflict, violence, or exploitation. Or

counseling, and more.

you can choose from 135 study abroad

opportunities in some 40 countries .

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You’ll find our

SENSE OF SERVICE contagious

All hands on deck for a group service project

An abundance of good will

Selective service

Oxford students performed more than

A group of first-year students and

10,000 hours of service in 2015–2016.

sophomores serve the local community

For this and a host of reasons, they

through Oxford Service Corps in

tend to stand out as leaders when

settings ranging from juvenile courts,

they arrive on the Atlanta campus as

to domestic violence shelters, to adult

juniors. More than 60% of students

literacy programs.

hold a leadership position in a campus organization at Oxford.

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Oxford township welcomes student volunteers.


Put some ‘extra’ into college life College isn’t just a constellation of books and classes, it’s the extras that also make it memorable. Besides the more than 80 different clubs and organizations at Oxford, there are varsity and intramural athletics, guest lectures, performances—all the kinds of extracurricular events and activities that make college campuses so vibrant and exciting. Through the many organizations and activities on campus, Oxford students can learn and practice leadership from the moment they arrive.

Z A I N A G O WA N I Biology major; Nutrition Science minor

Test your mettle Leadership Oxford participants spend five days with 50 classmates and friends at training sessions, and then head out for a high-adventure weekend that tests their newfound leadership skills.

Orlando, Florida It shouldn’t be a surprise, but this biology major’s favorite spot is a study room on the third floor of the new Oxford Science Building. “It has a window that looks out towards the Quad. It’s a great place to get homework done as well as to enjoy the beauty of Oxford,” Zaina says. When she’s not studying, she is involved in multiple campus organizations including

Regal Eagles

Oxford Service Corps, Healthy Eagles, the Oxford

OXFORD MEN’S TENNIS

teacher’s assistant for Biology 142, she also serves

AND BASKETBALL EACH

as a Peer Assistant Leader, or PAL, helping to

CAPPED OFF A THRILLING

acclimate new students to Oxford. “As a PAL, I have

2016 SEASON BY WINNING

had the opportunity to make wonderful memories

CHAMPIONSHIP TITLES.

Cross Country Team, MED Club, and Oxfam. A

with my follow sophomore leaders and freshmen in my PAL group and Freshman Seminar class.”

Favorite place to hang out in Oxford/Covington: Square Perk coffeehouse Freshman residence: Haygood Hall OX F O R D CO L L E G E


B E S T FR I E N DS FO R E V E R You’ll find the friends you make and the relationships you build will last not only through your time at Emory but for a lifetime.

A COMMUNITY

you keep

Sustain and thrive ELIZER AND MURDY HALLS, WHICH HOUSE 350 STUDENTS, WERE THE FIRST NEW BUILDINGS ON EITHER EMORY CAMPUS TO BE AWARDED A LEADERSHIP IN ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN (LEED) GOLD RATING • SHARING THE SAME ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARDS AS ELIZER AND MURDY, OUR NEWEST STUDENT HOUSING, FLEMING HALL, COMPLETES THE RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX ON THE SOUTHEAST SIDE OF CAMPUS • BIKE AND CAR-SHARING PROGRAMS ARE FOUND ON BOTH THE OXFORD AND ATLANTA CAMPUSES • A CAMPUS-WIDE COMMITMENT TO LEADING A “LIFE IN BALANCE” CONSIDERS HOW EVERYDAY CHOICES IMPACT FUTURE GENERATIONS. A P P LY. E M O R Y. E D U


Geographic distribution of 2016 first-year class Incoming first-year students come from 48 states, the

34.5% A SIAN A M ER I C AN/A SIAN 28.8% H ISPAN I C /L AT I N O 9.4% C AU C A SIAN/ W H I T E

District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and 27 countries.

5.5 % 7.6

6.3

%

%

3.9 %

13.7

Self-identified race/ethnicity of 2016 first-year class

%

AFR I C AN A M ER I C AN/ B L ACK A M ER I C AN I N D IAN/ NAT I V E A M ER I C AN/ PACI FI C ISL AN D ER MU LT I R ACIAL

40.6 %

22.4% International

I N T ER NAT I O NAL U N K N OW N

7.8% 0.01% 2.4% 15.3% 1.8%

Home grown Oxford’s organic farm is 11-plus acres. Food grown here is prepared in the dining hall to support a campus goal of using locally sourced ingredients. The farm is a curriculum resource as well. Students in the Sociology of Food class work there, partially growing a dinner that raises funds to provide sustainable and healthy foods to local people in need. The class also looks at conventional food systems and sustainable alternatives to understand the limits and possibilities of different food systems.

Campus connections You’ll see in small but meaningful ways just how much people care about one another at Oxford. If you catch a professor as she locks her office door for the day, chances are she’ll still take time to talk to you. An injured athlete out for the season? Get ready for practically the entire campus to send get-well wishes your way. Prepare to be amazed by the type of community you’ll find here.

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Bones, sweat, and

CHEERS: our quirky traditions

You’ll find a skeleton or two in our closet where campus traditions are concerned. (That would be Dooley, the Lord of Misrule.) But our sense of spirit and camaraderie can’t be measured. These special events are uniquely Oxford. But who knows? You might create a tradition or two of your own before you leave. Up close and personal

Go for the gold

Own Oxford is a special preview of

Oxford Olympics is a spirited but

Oxford in July before Orientation,

friendly Orientation event—a

when you get a sneak peek at all that

competition between residence hall

makes our school wonderful. It’s

wings that includes a medal ceremony

limited to 60 first-year students, so

and perpetual bragging rights.

reply early if you want to attend.

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Flapjacks and fun Follow the scent to a late-night pancake breakfast during finals served by Oxford faculty and staff. Stay for a dose of laughter, good food, and a welcome break from stress.

Your rendezvous in Atlanta Oxford holds a graduation ceremony to recognize the end of the first important leg of your Emory education. Your next stop? The Atlanta campus, where you’ll have the friendship and support of your Oxford classmates as well as the opportunity to create new friends and memories with the rest of your college class.

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There’s fun to be had

OFF CAMPUS

too

GET GOING Shuttles run to nearby shopping areas. They also travel to the Atlanta campus several times a day, nearly tripling the number of runs back and forth on weekends.

Atlanta is 35 miles away. Students travel there frequently, but also find plenty to do in our own backyard. Oxford is right next door to the picturesque town of Covington, which has been known to attract a film crew or two. They might be drawn by Covington’s small-town vibe and trendy mix of traditional and new. Explore Oxford and Covington INDULGE YOUR SWEET TOOTH W I T H S O M E I C E C R E A M AT S CO O P S O N CO V I N G TO N S Q UA R E • TAK E IN A LO C AL AR T S SER IE S PER FO R M AN CE • SI G N UP FO R A NIGHT TIME K AYAK TOUR AT HARD LABOR CREEK STATE PARK, BUILT BY THE CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS IN THE 1930S • E XPLORE LOCATIONS FEATURED ON THE VAMPIRE DIARIES AND THE ORIGINALS, A P P LY. E M O R Y. E D U

BOTH FILMED IN COVINGTON.


ROHIT RA JENDRAN Psychology major

Your turn to

Houston, Texas

CALL THE SHOTS All Emory undergraduates have a choice as they approach their junior year: whether to continue in the liberal arts or to pursue a business or nursing degree. You’ll make that choice and then move to the Atlanta campus to continue your path through Emory. Rohit is a senior continuee from Oxford. “I

Completing your Emory journey

would say that the transition from Oxford to

Most Oxford students are familiar with the Atlanta campus before they

Emory College was easier than I thought it

arrive. However, we make sure the academic and residential transition

was going to be,” he says. “I would visit the

is seamless, beginning those preparations sophomore year. Oxford students

Atlanta campus occasionally while I was a

participate in a special orientation and are connected with student mentors

sophomore, since I had friends who’d attended

on the Atlanta campus. The best part? The close relationships students create

Oxford the year before.” His favorite memory

at Oxford tend to follow them there.

of Oxford is going to the chapel to play piano. “The chapel at Oxford was such a wonderful, versatile building used by many to de-stress from school, and it is something I still miss.”

Plans after Emory: Med school Favorite pastimes: Tinkering with his car

and being outdoors

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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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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. OX F O R D CO L L E G E

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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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

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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.

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

LAUNCH PAD - 2016-2017 Emory University Undergraduate Admission Viewbook (Oxford College section)

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