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Emory is great in academics and resources. Students often are involved with several clubs, organizations, or other community activities, which makes it seem so that everyone is constantly busy changing the world. Unfortunately, because it is a smaller school located in a fairly suburban area, you can often feel disconnected from the larger Atlanta community. Overall, Emory is a great place to live and learn.
Marina K., Current Student
Oxford College of Emory University has professors that are engaging and compassionate. The academic rigor exceeded my expectations. Emory has Atlanta for a background neighborhood. I have had incredible conversations with people across the world. As a university, it is one of the best in the US.
Deja W., Current Student
Emory is great. At emory, you get the oppurtunity to change yourselves, to be a better person, better student, better friend. The professors are wonderful and always be there when the students need them. The education is phenomenal and the students here are very interesting and exciting to be around.
Constance L., Current Student
Emory University happened to fit very well with my personal educational goals. Being at this school so far has allowed me to take courses that are not geared towards my major, but has educated me in ways I did not expect when entering college. The environment on campus is incredibly accepting of other cultures or religions, and just simply supports inclusivity. I have made friends with a variety of people and joined clubs that I felt were personal to my beliefs. My overall experience with Emory University thus far is very positive, and I look forward to the coming years.
Charise D., Current Student
I really love how everyone at Emory is happy to be there and has a passion for whatever they are studying! It is the place where I found the people who I love and the field that I want to do for the rest of my life. The classes are wonderful and full of people who really care about you and your career. The campus is absolutely breathtaking and offers so many opportunities to get involved and really make a difference. I love it at Emory and I wouldn't trade it for the world.
Seth G., Current Student
Great school; lot of good professors. The course material was rigorous but there were support tools inlace such as tutoring and group study rooms. There were many events and opportunities to get involves. The homecoming concerts were also really entertaining.
Pa L., Current Student
Emory is a wonderful campus with an amazing scenery. Teachers are very enthusiastic and experienced. The school is more impressive than I expected before I officially entered the school.
Jamison E., Current Student
Emory is a great school with tons of smart people, and the classes, professors, and facilities are all great. I like the ability to have both a close-knit liberal arts school and large research university experience. There is almost always something going on, and everyone here is committed to being a leader and pursuing their passions. Not to mention, we have shuttles that take us to Emory University in Atlanta for the weekends (if you want, of course). The only downside is that you need to drive/uber anywhere so be aware of that.
Kala H., Alumni
I loved the sense of community I felt. I know at Emory that I will be challenged in my major and learn from the best mentors and professors. Everyone at Emory's goal is to see there students succeed in a a diverse environment.
Edison T., Current Student
I enjoyed my time at Emory, but it was pretty academically challenging. There's a strong sense of community that I've never felt anywhere else, and all the people are really nice. The student body is incredibly smart, while also being down-to-earth, laidback, and cooperative rather than competitive. The education I receive is second to none, and my professors have been extremely insightful, personable, and accommodating. The campus itself is beautiful, with the tree-filled quad, the nature trail, and the new student center. The main drawback is the food, as, even though the quality is great, there are only really 2 food options on campus and they get repetitive fast. UberEats and DoorDash are lifesavers. Oxford College of Emory University has become my new home, and I can't wait to go back next year.
Leena B., Current Student