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2 An Emory education does more than just fill your mind with facts. It moves you to go beyond your GPA to put your learning into action. Explore what inspires you in and out of the classroom and set a path of study that fits your interests and goals. Emory s extensive degree choices, excellent faculty, and broad resources give you what you need to pursue your interests, expand your ideas, and enrich the world. Go Beyond Your gpa Emory is a destination university internationally recognized as an inquiry-driven, ethically engaged, and diverse community, whose members work collaboratively for positive transformation in the world through courageous leadership in teaching, research, scholarship, health care, and social action. Emory University does not discriminate in admissions, educational programs, or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or veteran/reserve/national Guard status and prohibits such discrimination by its students, faculty, and staff. Students, faculty, and staff are assured of participation in University programs and use of facilities without such discrimination. Emory University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia ; telephone: ) to award degrees at the associate, bachelor s, master s, and doctoral levels Emory Creative Group, a division of Marketing and Communications # Photos courtesy of Ross Andre Photography and Emory Photo/ Video. To see a broad portfolio of Emory Photo/Video work, arrange a shoot, or to view the video collection and commission a video, go to emory.edu/. This paper was manufactured using 50 percent postconsumer fiber, the highest percentage for domestically produced coated papers. The electricity used in the manufacturing of this paper is offset by clean, renewable wind power, and the manufacturing process was made carbon neutral through the purchase of Verified Emission Reduction credits (VERs). FCS logo here this page: the Emory campus, with Atlanta nearby cover: students on the Quad at Emory undergraduate undergraduate programs programs 2 2

3 left: students between classes at Emory this page, top: Seney Hall at Oxford this page, middle: students studying on the Green at Oxford Not Just Learning as You Know It Schools of Emory University Undergraduate Schools n Emory College of Arts and Sciences n Oxford College n Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing n Roberto C. Goizueta Business School Graduate and Professional Schools n School of Medicine n Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing n James T. Laney School of Graduate Studies n Candler School of Theology n School of Law n Roberto C. Goizueta Business School n Rollins School of Public Health Undergraduates at Emory University are in on something. They have a wide array of courses to explore, four academic paths to choose from, and they re taught by professors who enjoy in fact, seek out teaching undergraduates. Students are empowered to create a path of study that is unique to their academic and extracurricular interests, one that will help them make a mark on campus and beyond. Highlights, Facts, and Stats 2 undergraduate colleges 4 undergraduate programs 7 graduate and professional schools 7,157 undergraduates over 70 majors 58 minors 10 preprofessional programs students from 50 states and more than 65 countries 5 libraries with 3.6 million volumes and 85,000 electronic journals campus sustainability includes green buildings, water conservation, recycling, shuttles, sustainable food, and curriculum faculty include former US president Jimmy Carter and visiting scholars author Salman Rushdie, His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama, and conductor Robert Spano named 1 of the 5 most diverse selective universities in the United States 50% of Emory students graduate with double majors or minors 67 Emory students have received the Rhodes, Marshall, Fulbright, and other top postgraduate scholarships in the past 5 years top 20 in the nation for best values among private universities by Kiplinger s Personal Finance official mascot: eagle unofficial mascot: Dooley, a skeleton 300+ clubs and organizations 65% of undergraduates receive financial aid 1 of the largest inventories by square footage of LEED-certified construction among campuses nationwide 42% of undergraduates research with professors nearly half of students study abroad 18 students in the average class student/faculty ratio of 7 to 1 87% of students volunteer And all that a vibrant, personal college experience is at the heart of a major research university. That means at Emory you have small-college learning, but in high definition. You will benefit from the wide resources of a research university that advances knowledge in law, business, medicine, public health, nursing, theology, and graduate study. Emory is a setting where you can break away from learning as you know it and take advantage of inspiring academic choices, excellent teaching and resources, and the chance to make college your own. 3 emory university undergraduate programs 4

4 Scott Swain Emory College, Class of 2014 Houston, Texas Majors: Biology and Chemistry Activities: Emory Wesley Fellowship, Volunteer Emory, Intramurals Atlanta EMORY COLLEGE OXFORD COLLEGE My freshman seminar was about robotics and a little introductory to programming, and we worked with robots to achieve various tasks as well as use graphic manipulation. The small class size was good, even though most of my classes are relatively small. I was able to connect well with my professor, and in fact she pushed me to submit my final research paper for the class for a research award at Emory. Your College Career, Your Choice Your First Two Years Emory wants students who are active, passionate learners. But we know that one size doesn t fit all. That s why two distinctive undergraduate options await you here Emory College and Oxford College. Both are grounded in the liberal arts tradition and its emphasis on broad-based learning and intellectual rigor. Both stress excellent instruction from full-time faculty dedicated to exceptional teaching as well as pathbreaking research and scholarship. Both enjoy the resources and reputation of Emory, a top 20 university located in one of the country s most welcoming and vibrant cities, Atlanta. As an Emory undergraduate, you can choose to begin your education at Emory College of Arts and Sciences, our four-year undergraduate program on the main campus, or you can start at Oxford College, our freshman and sophomore undergraduate program on the University s original campus, 38 miles east of Atlanta. The different characters of the two schools allow students on both campuses to reap the benefits of Emory s unparalleled education while choosing the environment that s best for them. Oxford College At Oxford College, intimate classes, a strong sense of community, and leadership opportunities rare for first- and second-year students are the norm. Oxford s curriculum stresses critical, holistic thinking and a seamless transition to Emory College or the University s undergraduate schools of business or nursing in the junior year. Emory College Emory College students have the vast resources of the University and its Atlanta hometown at close reach. Our seven graduate and professional schools are all located within walking distance of the college, giving undergraduates easy access to additional programs, libraries, and facilities. Emory is a liberal arts college nestled in a large metropolitan university. Which Emory undergraduate college is the right fit for you? You decide. However you choose to begin at Emory, you can be sure of an educational experience that arms you with bountiful resources and programs to help you reach your college and life goals. Nicole Lee Oxford College, Class of 2010 School of Nursing, Class of 2012 Charleston, South Carolina Major: Nursing Activities: Peer Assistant Leader, Oxford Dance Company, Asian Culture Club I decided to enroll in the School of Nursing because I found my passion for nursing in my time at Oxford. Continuing with this passion at Emory only seemed fit because the School of Nursing would encompass many of the qualities of Oxford that I fell in love with, such as the diversity, small size, and challenging academic curriculum. The School of Nursing also has state-of-theart technology, programs, and resources to push the potentials of their students and create the top nurses of the future. When I graduate, I hope to work in pediatrics, either as a nurse practitioner or researcher. 5 emory university undergraduate programs 6

5 left: exploring anatomy at Oxford; below: group study at Emory Be Inspired Amazing Resources In addition to its seven graduate and professional schools and five libraries, Emory has centers and partners that will give you new ways to bring your ideas to light. Here are a few: n The Carter Center n Center for Behavioral Neuroscience n Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library n Centers for Disease Control and Prevention n Rollins Research Center n Oxhouse Science Center n Office of University-Community Partnerships n Schwartz Center for Performing Arts n Yerkes National Primate Research Center n Michael C. Carlos Museum n Whitehead Research Center n Winship Cancer Institute Glenn Newman Goizueta Business School, Class of 2012 Augusta, Georgia Majors: Business and Economics Activities: Resident Adviser, Voices of Inner Strength Gospel Choir I enrolled in Goizueta because of the great resources, the great B-school program, and lots of diversity. I have loved certain classes and didn t love others, and it has taught me to take more of the ones I love and see what kind of career I can pursue in that field. When I graduate I d like to do public accounting or human capital consulting. ry ps Emory students start at one of our two liberal arts colleges and spend their junior and senior years studying at Emory College, the Business School, or the School of Nursing. That means you have time to explore your interests and specialize in areas that inspire you. Our experienced faculty and wide resources will give you the tools you need to set your best goals and reach them. Liberal Arts Strength Students interested in the liberal arts can spend their first two years at Oxford College or Emory College, and spend their last two years at Emory, to earn a BA or BS. Liberal arts curriculum broadens students perspectives with a range of academic ideas and emphasizes thoughtful inquiry, strong writing, and effective communication skills valuable in any major or career. Business Experience After the sophomore year, students can study at Goizueta Business School to earn a bachelor of business administration (BBA). Goizueta trains principled business leaders, and offers concentrations in accounting, information systems and operations management, finance, marketing, and strategy and management consulting. Faculty Connection At Emory you ll benefit firsthand from each professor s expertise. Emory faculty members teach our students from freshman seminar to the senior thesis. At Oxford College, the faculty/student ratio allows for an exceptional amount of one-on-one time, and at Emory College, nearly every faculty member is involved in an advising system that assigns three students to each professor, matching the professor s discipline with the students interests. As a result, our students benefit from the experience and knowledge of some of the world s best minds. Our faculty choose Emory because they want to engage in the intellectual stimulation that comes from working with undergraduates. Classes Designed for Learning average class size: 18 student/faculty ratio: 7/1 most classes have fewer than 30 students all faculty members have the highest degree in their field Honors Emory College students can graduate with honors if they conduct intensive research on original subjects of their choice and then defend their research before a faculty committee. Intellectual Leaders Teach at Emory With stellar faculty such as Pulitzer Prize winner Natasha Trethewey and famed primatologist Frans de Waal, Emory has a singular reputation for excellent teaching and research. Adding to the luster of our faculty are former US president Jimmy Carter and visiting scholars such as author Salman Rushdie, His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama, and Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Music Director Robert Spano. Nursing Leadership Students interested in nursing can study at the School of Nursing after the sophomore year to earn a bachelor of science in nursing (BSN). Nursing students learn in clinical and classroom settings, and build on their nursing education with service-learning projects. The School of Nursing offers concentrations in nutrition, human genetics, community health, and pharmacology. Engaged Learning Class work coupled with real-world experience is what students find in engaged learning courses. Students use the knowledge they ve gained in class and apply it in community centers, urgent care sites, and afterschool programs throughout Atlanta. The Carnegie Foundation has honored Emory by classifying it as one of the first schools in the nation to receive its Community Engagement distinction, reserved for institutions that show leadership in exposing students to and engaging them in the larger community. In 2008 Emory was given the highest federal recognition a university can receive for its commitment to community the Presidential Award for General Community Service. 7 emory university undergraduate programs 8

6 left: studying at Pitts Theology Library, Emory Set a Path of Study Undergraduate students at Emory University may choose from seventy-seven majors, fifty-eight minors, nine combined bachelor s/ master s degrees, and ten preprofessional programs. Try areas that interest you, specialize in those you re passionate about, and set a path of study that will enrich you and the world beyond. Make a Career Plan The career centers at Oxford and Emory provide guidance and preparation for all stages of a student s college career, from choosing a major to transitioning into life after college, whether toward graduate or professional school, or that first job. Career Services At Oxford, Counseling and Career Services aids students in deciding a major, choosing a career, finding an internship, and writing resumes and cover letters. Students can take advantage of the Oxford Mentor Program, campuswide events, and tailored career workshops to explore careers and postgraduation plans. These services dovetail nicely with those of the Emory Career Center, which offers preprofessional counseling along with career testing and assessment, resume critiques, mock interviews, and workshops to sharpen students skills for the workplace. The center also hosts career fairs and on-campus recruitment opportunities so students can land those internships or first jobs with ease. Preprofessional Advising Students interested in a preprofessional path can find targeted guidance at Oxford and Emory. Oxford offers preprofessional advising for students interested in medicine, nursing, law, business, or pharmacy to help students select courses, choose a major, and plan for the postgraduate application process. Emory offers preprofessional advising for pre-health, pre-law, and pregraduate school students. In each preprofessional track, you can design your own curriculum, and with the help of the Career Center, prepare yourself for your chosen career field. After Graduation 52% Employment 37% Graduate and Professional School 1% Military Service 6% Other 4% Volunteer Activity PreHealth Mentoring Office For those interested in working in the health professions, Emory s dedicated PreHealth Mentoring Office provides yearlong programming and services including: freshman advising and course selection sophomore year holistic review composite letter advising for juniors and seniors mock interviews application workshops individualized advising and mentoring Areas of Study Majors African American Studies African Studies American Studies Ancient Mediterranean Studies Anthropology Art History Biology Business Administration Primary Area Depth Accounting Finance Information Systems and Operations Management Marketing Strategy and Management Consulting Secondary Area Depth Analytic Consulting Business and Society International Business Real Estate Concentration Film and Media Management Chemistry Chinese Classical Civilizations Classics Comparative Literature Computer Science Dance and Movement Studies East Asian Studies Economics Educational Studies Engineering (3-2 Program with Georgia Tech) English Environmental Studies Film Studies French Studies German Studies Greek History Interdisciplinary Studies in Society and Culture International Studies Italian Studies Japanese Jewish Studies Latin Latin American and Caribbean Studies Linguistics Mathematics Mathematics (Applied) Medieval Renaissance Studies Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies Music Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology Nursing Philosophy Physics Physics (Applied) Playwriting Political Science Psychology Religion Russian and East European Studies Russian Language, Literature, and Culture Sociology Spanish Theater Studies Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies MINORS African American Studies African Studies Anthropology 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 East Asian Studies Economics Educational Studies English Environmental Studies Ethics Film Studies French Studies German Studies Global Health, Culture, and Society Greek Hebrew Hindi History Irish Studies Italian Studies Japanese Jewish Studies Journalism Latin Latin American and Caribbean Studies Linguistics Mathematics Mathematics (Applied) Media Studies Mediterranean Archaeology Music Persian Language and Literature Philosophy Physics Political Science Portuguese Language and Brazilian and Lusophone Studies Daniel LeMaitre Oxford College, Class of 2011 Cartagena, Colombia Major: International Studies; Minor: Philosophy Activities: President of Student Government Association, intramural indoor soccer, College Republicans, OLE (Organizacion de la Lengua Espanola) My favorite extracurricular is the Student Government Association, because as president I interact with all chartered organizations, budget for their events, and then attend the events and see how successful they are and how we can improve the procedure for next time. Saturday afternoons I tend to study in the Hoke O Kelley Library, and at night I usually attend SAC (Oxford s programming council) events or visit the Atlanta campus. Sometimes my friends and I take advantage of Emory s program that offers transportation and subsidized prices to Atlanta events. Predictive Health Religion Russian Science, Culture, and Society Sociology Spanish Sustainability Theater Studies Visual Arts Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies JOINT Programs Anthropology and Human Biology Art History and Visual Arts Classics and English Classics and History Classics and Philosophy Economics and Mathematics English and Creative Writing English and History History and Art History Journalism Co-Major Mathematics and Computer Science Mathematics and Political Science Philosophy and Religion Physics and Astronomy Psychology and Linguistics Religion and Anthropology Religion and Classical Civilization Religion and History Religion and Philosophy Religion and Sociology preprofessional programs Business Administration Dentistry Law Medicine Nursing Physical Therapy Physician Associate Theology Veterinary Medicine 9 emory university undergraduate programs 10

7 left: performing community service at Emory Extend Your Reach Through research projects, internships, and study abroad, Emory students develop classroom knowledge in the laboratory of real life. Engaged Students In the National Survey of Student Engagement, Emory undergraduates reported that n 86 percent of seniors had participated in community service or volunteer work n 100 percent of seniors had taken foreign language course work, and 50 percent participated in study abroad programs n 40 percent worked on a research project with a faculty member outside of course or program requirements by their senior year Rachel Reiff Emory College, Class of 2012 Portland, Oregon Majors: Biology and Music Activities: Violin, Emory Symphony Orchestra, Alpha Phi Omega, ChEmory I work in the laboratory of Dr. Randy Hall in the Emory University School of Medicine Department of Pharmacology, and I absolutely love research. I study a specific receptor in the brain that is linked to the disease schizophrenia. Although I learn a lot by attending lectures, taking classes, and reading textbooks, there is no match for actually forming hypotheses, solving problems, and analyzing data with my own hands in the laboratory. Research At Emory, research isn t reserved only for graduate students and faculty, and it s not just in the sciences. More than 40 percent of undergraduates even first-year students participate in research with graduate students or faculty. Research gives them the chance to apply a higher level of scholarship to fields that spark their interest. Internships By the time Emory University students graduate, the majority have already joined the ranks of the working world through internships. Students can choose from nearly 1,000 opportunities in Atlanta and 7,600 others throughout the country. Popular internships complement classroom learning with real experience that builds resumes and boosts marketability. n 65 percent of seniors had participated in a practicum, internship, field co-op or experience, or clinical assignment Study Abroad Half of Emory students study abroad for a semester, summer, or year in programs that span the globe. Students can choose from more than 100 programs, and Emory s study abroad options are well-structured, so the educational value is measurable. Emory lets participants earn direct credit for courses and carry their financial aid and merit scholarships with them into the program. A Sampling of Internships n The Carter Center n Central Intelligence Agency n The Coca- Cola Company n Ernst & Young LLP n Goldman Sachs n NFL Players Association n PricewaterhouseCoopers n Random House n T. Rowe Price n The White House n Google Recent Study Abroad Programs n Tibetan Studies and Mind/Body Sciences / Dharamsala, India n French Literature and Culture / Paris n Iberian Studies and Medical Spanish / Salamanca, Spain n Sustainability in the European Context / Freiburg, Germany n Journalism / Cape Town, South Africa Recent Undergraduate Research Projects n Sound Symbolism and the Perception of Shape and Implied Motion n HIV/AIDS Education Program Effectiveness: A Case Study in Rural Uganda n Divination in Contemporary Tibetan Society n Essentialism and Performativity in the Work of Ana Mendieta n The Association between Anxiety and Nonverbal Decoding Ability in Children: Age and Gender Differences Courtney Black Emory College, Class of 2011 Jonesboro, Georgia Majors: Economics and Italian Studies Activities: Kappa Alpha Psi, Tangueros Emory, the Brotherhood of Afrocentric Men 9% Australia/ Oceana Study Abroad 61% Europe During my internship at Google I worked with the Canada team on a project to find ways that Google and Google s clients could do a better job at increasing usage and get more ads to be viewed. I got to see the culture of Google and what it means to work for them. It opened my eyes to a career path and an industry that I would like to continue in. 11% Asia 11% Africa 5% Latin America 3% Middle East 11 emory university undergraduate programs 12

8 left: Centennial Olympic Park, Atlanta Have Fun Getting Involved Our students work hard and are motivated, but take time to have fun, too. Getting involved in student organizations, enjoying living on campus, and exploring Atlanta offer a balance to academics. Student Clubs and Organizations Emory and Oxford students demonstrate their talent for leadership and strong school spirit through involvement in more than 300 clubs, teams, and organizations between both campuses. Here are just a few. Spirit Council Outdoor Emory The Emory Wheel (Emory student newspaper) Emory College Council Wesley Fellowship Hillel Alternative Spring Break Club Crew Teams WMRE Interfraternity Council Leadership Oxford Dooley s Dolls Voices of Praise Gospel Choir ChemOx Ultimate Frisbee Club Community Leader Council Guitar and Mandolin Society The Spokesman (Oxford student newspaper) Poetry Club OxAppella In the 2009 National Survey of Student Engagement it was reported that: n 83 percent of Oxford students say their college emphasizes attending campus events and activities, compared to 65 percent at other colleges. n More than 50 percent of seniors at Emory College spend more than five hours a week participating in cocurricular activities, compared to 24 percent at other colleges. Amy Beth Willis Oxford College, Class of 2011 Murfreesboro, Tennessee Majors: Sociology Activities: Co-founder and President of Oxfam Oxford (social justice club on campus), Co-President of Wesley Fellowship, Volunteer Oxford East Village is a great place to live. The rooms are spacious, and the facilities are wonderful. I appreciate the green aspects of the LEED-certified building, too. Oxford is a wonderful community of diverse people. The diverse community creates an open atmosphere of people seeking to understand other cultures and ways of thinking. My best friends are people who are different than me, and I wouldn t change a thing. It is a special place where I feel at home. Intermural, Club, and Varsity Sports Emory s eighteen varsity teams are ranked among the best in NCAA Division III and have earned twelve NCAA national championships. Oxford s four varsity teams also have impressive records, including four national tennis championships. If you d rather show your spirit through intramural and club sports, these groups boast some of the largest memberships at Emory. Living on Campus At Emory College, two-thirds of students live on campus, and all first-year and second-year students live in residence halls. Upperclass students can choose to live off campus, but many prefer the sense of community that on-campus living provides. A new freshman living complex is under way on the Atlanta campus with ten energy-efficient halls to be built during the next few years. The newest of these, Longstreet-Means, is a LEED Silver building that incorporates water-conservation methods. The hall has ample community and study space on each floor, and a great room with a gas fireplace. Its residents spend each year examining a theme that involves them in activities on campus and in the community to broaden perspectives. At Oxford, all students live on campus, and everyone eats at Lil s, the campus dining complex, giving students, faculty, and staff a common place to come together and a strong sense of community. Within each living complex, Oxford offers students opportunities to interact, become leaders in the community, and attend both social and educational programs. Oxford s newest residence hall is East Village, a LEED Gold building that includes green features such as a system that reclaims storm water. The layout of the complex emphasizes community with its many student lounges and study areas, a fitness room, and a demonstration kitchen that is large enough for groups and cooking classes. Gabrielle Wolozin Emory College, Class of 2014 Atlanta, GA Majors: Marketing and Economics Activities: Bizenture Team Member, Community Assisted Debate through the Barkley Forum, Hillel Freshman and Fund-raising Committee Member, Pre-Law Society The best thing about living in Longstreet-Means is the access to the people who want to be emerged in global cultures. I have access to a vast range of monthly programs that incorporate diversity by bringing together global leaders inside and outside of Emory from the leaders on campus to the leaders of the world such as the general consul of Japan. Besides global diversity, I love having access to the best hotspots around campus within five minutes walking distance from my dorm! Enjoying Atlanta Atlanta is the cultural, technological, financial, and health care center of the Southeast a cosmopolitan city that offers many ways to work, play, and explore. Downtown Atlanta is just a few miles from the green, historic neighborhood that Emory College calls home, and just forty-five minutes away for Oxford students. With a population of more than five million, Atlanta is rich with a mix of diverse culture, entertainment, and the arts. With one of the largest concentrations of Fortune 500 companies in the nation, the city offers access to opportunities for internships, research, and jobs after graduation. Ranked by students as one of the best college towns in the United States, Atlanta has one of the largest college student populations in the country, with more than forty institutions of higher learning. And believe it or not, Atlanta s temperate climate means it s often warm enough to wear shorts in February. Lots to Do in the City n Go to a Braves game n Visit the High Museum of Art n Hear music at the Variety Playhouse n Smell the roses at the Botanical Garden n Shop in Buckhead n See a play at the Alliance Theatre n Eat at one of the many great restaurants in town n Wander through Virginia Highland n Watch the whale sharks at the Georgia Aquarium 13 emory university undergraduate programs 14

9 How to Apply Financing Your Education QuestBridge Emory College is a member of a select coalition of colleges and universities that benefit from a partnership with QuestBridge, an organization that identifies high-achieving, low-income students nationwide, assists them with their applications, and helps them identify competitive colleges they would like to attend. Accepted students who are chosen by the QuestBridge match program receive a scholarship package that includes full cost of tuition, books, and room and board. More information about the nationwide program can be found online at Apply If you are applying to both Emory College and Oxford College, your application will be reviewed independently, and you will receive two admission decisions. Students may apply to both Oxford College and Emory College with one application and one $50 application fee by using the online Common Application. Visit admission.emory.edu for more information. Emory requires that you submit score results from the SAT I or the ACT (with writing). You may submit SAT Subject Test results, but they are not required unless you are homeschooled. Homeschooled students should submit three subject tests: mathematics and two of your choice. You will need to supply a secondary school report and counselor s recommendation as well as up to two additional optional recommendations. Evaluating Your Application When evaluating your application, the Admission Committee pays closest attention to the following: n the rigor of your high school curriculum within the context of your school n a solid GPA, usually an A-/B+ average n n test scores, recommendations, and essays leadership and/or a commitment to extracurricular activities n contact with the Office of Admission during your college search The Value of an Emory Education You want a return on the investment you make in your education. Emory offers just that. Talk to any of our alumni. They ll tell you that in addition to a first-rate education, Emory will provide you with experiences and connections in your field that will open doors and lay the foundation for your future. Financial Aid You should choose a college because its programs and resources match your goals, not because of its cost. We want to make sure the excellent education Emory University provides is available to any qualified student who wants to come here, regardless of ability to pay. The Emory Advantage program ensures that by reducing or eliminating the amount of money lower- and middle-income students need to borrow to attend Emory. above: watching Rathskellar, an improv group, on the Oxford campus The program has two components. The Loan Replacement Grant replaces need-based loans for dependent undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need and have total family incomes of less than $50,000 per year. For the Loan Cap Program, dependent students from families with total incomes falling between $50,001 and $100,000 may be eligible for a $15,000 needbased loan cap over the term of their undergraduate career. Institutional funding will be provided to cover educational costs normally covered by loans. A family s entire financial portfolio, including income, assets, and other earnings will be considered for Emory Advantage eligibility. Emory College Admission Deadlines Early Decision I November 1 Early Decision II January 1 Scholars Program November 15 Regular Decision January 15 Financial Aid Deadlines File CSS File FAFSA Tax Return PROFILE (with W-2) Early Decision I November 15 March : November : March 1 Early Decision II January 15 March : January : March 1 Regular Decision March 1 March : March 1 Oxford College Admission Deadlines Early Decision I November 1 Early Decision II January 1 Scholars Program November 15 Regular Decision January 15 File CSS File FAFSA Tax Return PROFILE (with W-2) Early Decision I November 15 March : November : March 1 Early Decision II January 15 March : January : March 1 Regular Decision March 1 March : March 1 Need-based Aid In addition to Emory Advantage, Emory University offers needbased and merit-based financial aid, including grants, loans, and work-study. Students from the state of Georgia may be eligible for the Georgia Tuition Equalization Grant and HOPE scholarship funds. Students seeking financial assistance must fill out the College Scholarship Service PROFILE and the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Merit-based Aid Both Emory and Oxford colleges offer merit-based scholarships ranging from one-half tuition to the full cost of attendance. Applicants to the Emory Scholars and Goizueta Scholars Programs must be nominated by the appropriate high school official, normally your guidance counselor, by November 15. Fouryear awards given to Oxford College Scholars continue with the student on to the Atlanta campus. Nomination required for Emory College For More Information n Emory Advantage: n Emory College Financial Aid: n Oxford College Financial Aid: n PROFILE application: register online at profileonline.collegeboard.com n FAFSA form: get it online at n Merit scholarship: n QuestBridge: 15 emory university undergraduate programs 16

10 Geography of Enrolled First-Year Class Diverse Community Emory s students are from every state and from more than 65 countries. Geography of Enrolled First-Year Class New England 5% Emory 5% Oxford Expand Your Perspective Not everybody is the same at Emory, and we re proud of that. Students come from a wide range of backgrounds and cultures, enriching our Nearly 50 percent of our undergraduates are students of color. Emory has been named one of the 5 most diverse selective universities in the United States. The Advocate College Guide for LGBT Students has recognized Emory as one of the top 100 schools in the nation for LGBT students. Emory is home to more than 1,500 international students. West 10% Emory 9% Oxford Southwest 6% Emory Midwest 10% Emory 6% Oxford Southeast 34% Emory Mid-Atlantic 22% Emory 9% Oxford 5% Oxford 53% Oxford International 13% Emory 10% Oxford community. You can expand your perspectives by talking to students on your residence hall, listening to opinions during class discussions, or taking advantage of the academic and cultural resources on campus. above: aerial view of the Emory campus Multicultural Programs and Services Emory s Office of Multicultural Programs and Services (OMPS) provides academic and cultural resources for students of color. OMPS offers programs and services that encourage intercultural collaboration, foster a sense of self-awareness and identity, and create a welcoming, inclusive environment for student learning and development that prepares Emory students for global citizenship. Multicultural Student Organizations Among their 300+ student clubs, Emory and Oxford have specific multicultural student organizations that give students the opportunity to celebrate and foster other cultures, experiences, and points of view. <1% American Indian or Alaska Native 3% Multiracial Emory College First-Year Class 33% Asian 45% White 7% Black/African American 6% Latino/Hispanic 6% Did not identify 10% Did not identify <1% American Indian 5% Multiracial Oxford College First-Year Class 30 % Caucasian 23% Asian/ Asian American 13% Black/African American 8% Latino/Hispanic STATisticS Enrollment Emory College 5,325 All 50 states are represented in the student body Oxford College 900 Forty states are represented in the student body Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing 256 Goizueta Business School 676 All Undergraduates 7,157 All University 13, Estimated Expenses * Emory College Oxford College Tuition $40,600 $34,400 Fees Books/ Supplies* 1,100 1,100 Room 6,988 6,920 Board 4,640 3,110 Travel/ Incidentals* 2,100 2,100 Total $55,992 $48,092 *Emory and Oxford costs vary as a result of the fact that they support campuses with different programs and facilities. EMORY COLLEGE Admitted First-year Class (25th 75th percentile) SAT Critical Reading Math Writing Combined ACT High school GPA (unweighted) Undergraduate Class Size Average class size: 18 87% of sections have fewer than 30 students Ethnic Makeup of First-year Class** Caucasian 45% Asian/Asian American 33% African American 7% Hispanic/Latino 6% Multiracial 3% American Indian/Alaska Native <1% Unidentified 6% Geographic Makeup of First-year Class Southeast 34% Mid-Atlantic 22% Midwest 10% New England 5% West 10% Southwest 6% International 13% OXFORD COLLEGE Enrolled First-year Class (25th 75th percentile) SAT Critical Reading Math Writing Combined ACT High school GPA (unweighted) Undergraduate Class Size Average class size: 19 96% of sections have fewer than 30 students Ethnic Makeup of First-year Class** Caucasian 30% Asian/Asian American 23% African American 13% Hispanic/Latino 8% Multiracial 5% American Indian <1% Unknown 10% Geographic Makeup of First-year Class Southeast 53% Mid-Atlantic 9% Midwest 6% New England 5% West 9% Southwest 5% International 10% 17 emory university

11 Emory University Office of Admission Undergraduate AA 1390 Oxford Road NE Atlanta, Georgia Scan this QR code or text the word faculty to to learn more about our faculty. Find More Information n Emory College tour and visit: or n Oxford College tour and visit: oxford.emory.edu/visit or n Videos and Social Media: n Financial Aid: Contact Emory College of Emory University Office of Undergraduate Admission 1390 Oxford Road Atlanta, Georgia Oxford College of Emory University Office of Enrollment Services 100 Hamill Street Oxford, Georgia Jonathan Schoder Emory College, Class of 2014 Weston, Florida Major: Economics Activities: Chess team, Outdoor Emory Organization, Goizueta Investors, Alpha Tau Omega fraternity My freshman seminar was called Advertising: The Magic System. It was a fun and engaging course that focused on everything in the advertising world. We started off learning how to analyze an ad, then moved into certain themes and symbols in advertisements, and last studied the economics and marketing side of it. The class was around fifteen or sixteen students, so we each had the opportunity to make presentations about certain advertisements we found interesting as well as the weekly readings.

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