Atlanta, GA
Emory University


145 Ratings

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Recent Reviews

Melease
What is your overall opinion of this school?

In general, I love this school. I do not come from a well off family, although that is the traditional stigma about Emory. Th...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

In general, I love this school. I do not come from a well off family, although that is the traditional stigma about Emory. The students care about everything with their whole hearts: hobbies, politics, on campus events, social life, and academics. Sometimes this may result in bragging or fighting to put everything on resumes, but at the end of the day campus is inspirational. We are largely international, broadening our culture. You can walk down a street on campus and run into well know professors that truly care, students who have already achieved great things, and activists. If there is one large set back about Emory is the stereotype of money. Outsiders believe we are all rich liberals, faculty have typically come from privileged backgrounds, and the price of the school speaks for itself at about $60k a year. But most students try to fight this idea and we all grow together, because that is not true for everyone. Personally I attend the Oxford campus, freshman and sophomores only, and I do not enjoy my time there. This small campus feels like high school, where students join every club just to build resumes rather than experience, the dining hall is below expectations, and you are in the middle of a little southern town with a small population. To make the best of this I spend more time at Emory's main campus in Atlanta and focus on my small-class studies. One of Oxfords positive qualities is care and special relationships you bond with professors in your first two years of college, and experience like no other. This improves our academics, and we typically succeed more than the Atlanta students. Overall I love Emory, and make the best out of the academic life of the smaller Oxford campus

anusheh
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Best school ever.. enjoy my life and receiving a good education

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Best school ever.. enjoy my life and receiving a good education

Kevin
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Oxford College of Emory University is definitely worth it. There's a new science building, library, dining hall, and the mult...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Oxford College of Emory University is definitely worth it. There's a new science building, library, dining hall, and the multiple buildings are renovated. For the past four years, Senior graduates at the atlanta campus have been oxford graduates. The only con is that it's far from Atlanta City. Since Oxford College is only for freshman and sophomore, it's a lot easier to get leadership and research opportunity at Oxford College.

Riley
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Emory University is a great atmosphere to expand your horizons at. Being in the heart of Atlanta, yet at the same time separa...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Emory University is a great atmosphere to expand your horizons at. Being in the heart of Atlanta, yet at the same time separate from all the hustle and bustle of city life, gives students the opportunity to focus and study while also having the chance to go out and have fun.

Brianna
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Very Nice campus. I loved the atmosphere

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Very Nice campus. I loved the atmosphere

Emily
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I started Emory as a Pre-Med student, certain of maintain my major throughout my undergraduate years. The course work here is...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I started Emory as a Pre-Med student, certain of maintain my major throughout my undergraduate years. The course work here is very challenging, but there are plenty of resources available to help you succeed. Aside from academics, Emory has the most amazing staff of professors, advisors, and others that genuinely care about the students. They take into considerations such as disabilities, study time, and also try their best to make sure you have time to spend enriching the community, rather than drilling you with coursework. Speaking of community enrichment, there are HUNDREDS of groups on campus to participate in including various styles of dancing, singing, debate clubs, study groups, volunteer services, and religious affiliated groups. Oh, and I almost left out the best part.. THE FOOD IS FANTASTIC. There are dozens of places to eat on campus, so you will never be a "starving college student." All in all, Emory is the best place to go for diversity, campus involvement, and academics. If you get chosen to attend, you are very lucky, and I assure you that these four years here will be the best years of your life!

Sally
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I'm basing my review off of my experience of talking to second year students from the new students Facebook page, and so far,...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I'm basing my review off of my experience of talking to second year students from the new students Facebook page, and so far, Emory University seems like a well rounded school. When I had a question, I was immediately put in a group chat with other second year students who have had the same problem I did. Also, I talked to one of the students about my religion and finding a church in the area, and he was so welcome and went above and beyond on introducing me to his church group.

Garrett
Great School

It is an amazing university with great opportunities.

Great School

It is an amazing university with great opportunities.

Sam
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The best way to feel at home at Emory is to get involved on campus. There are so many opportunities to take leadership roles ...

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The best way to feel at home at Emory is to get involved on campus. There are so many opportunities to take leadership roles here. Emory is definitely not a party school and the on campus parties can get dull after your freshman year, but Atlanta is a really cool city to explore. A lot of upperclassmen will throw their own parties which is what becomes the main social scene as you get older. Academics are rigorous but doable if you have good time management skills.

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  • Enrollment
  • 6,861
  • Tuition & Fees
  • $47,954
  • Acceptance rate
  • 25%

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