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Center for the Advancement of Student Advocacy and Agency

CASA2 is a community of many communities whose goal is to collaborate and communicate effectively across organizational boundaries in an effort to help our students realize their full potential. 

CASA2 consists of five interdisciplinary teams that will work closely together to assist students on their journey to serve as advocates and agents of change. The five teams are: 

As we develop a new web presence for CASA2, you can still access department-specific websites for the following: Barkley Forum, OSLS, OISL, LGBT Life, Center for Women, OMPS

Career Center

The Career Center advises the college undergraduate students as to career decision-making, employment opportunities, academic programs, and internships that will enhance their professional development skill set. The Career Center also develops relationships with employers and graduate/professional schools promoting the recruitment of students and alumni. The singular focus of the Career Center is to help students develop the self-awareness and skills to not only explore career choices, but take assessment of their skills and interests to make exceptional career choices.

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Student Conduct

The Office of Student Conduct reviews and resolves alleged misconduct by undergraduates in a way that balances the developmental needs of the student, the community’s needs as a whole, and the university’s responsibility to treat all students with dignity and fairness.

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Dobbs University Center, Suite 505
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Office of Health Promotion

The Office of Health Promotion contributes to Emory students' success in and out of the classroom by providing population-level health promotion resources, healthy skill-building consultations, group education interventions and training, campus initiatives, mentoring for future public health professionals, and more!


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Recreation and Wellness

The Department of Recreation oversees Emory club and intramural sports, as well as Play Emory, which provides a myriad of facilities and programs that promote sustainable fitness and wellness principles.

April Flint, Director of Recreation and Wellness

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Residence Life

Responsible for the administration of all residential facilities, the Office of Residence Life builds community and supports students in all aspects of their college lives.

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Sorority and Fraternity Life

The Office of Sorority & Fraternity Life (OSFL) supports positive living and learning communities that are strengthened through the bonds of brotherhood and sisterhood.

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Student Success Programs and Services

The Office of Student Success Programs & Services (SSPS) includes Student Intervention Services (SIS), the 1915 Scholars Program, veterans assistance, and more.

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