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Barkley Forum for Debate, Deliberation and Dialogue

The Barkley Forum for Debate, Deliberation, and Dialogue strives to embody every aspect of Emory's vision statement. Programmatic decisions are driven by a desire to assist in making Emory 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." Competitive debate, community outreach, and campus engagement activities all support the holistic development of students, helping them to become leaders who change the world for the better.

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Belonging and Community Justice

We help students find the place where they belong and support them in making change in their communities Together, the Center for Women, the Office of LGBT Life and Office for Racial and Cultural Engagement (RACE), create opportunities to learn, engage and find community as it relates to race, gender, sexuality, and more. Three areas, one goal: to support students in their exploration of all of their identities


Civic and Community Engagement

CCE promotes, coordinates and supports civic and community engagement efforts of the Emory community through learning, service and engaged scholarship to the campus, metro Atlanta and beyond. The CCE partners with students, staff and, faculty committed to doing meaningful service in the community. Currently, the CCE facilitates over 150 partnerships with numerous nonprofits, governmental agencies and community groups to address a range of important social issues.

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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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Racial and Cultural Engagement

The office is driven by an enduring commitment to building inclusive and racially just communities through courageous inquiry of the nature of race and its impact on individual, cultural, and communal development.

The Office for Racial and Cultural Engagement (RACE) provides opportunities for the Emory community to explore concepts of race and racial justice. We promote dynamic and cohesive learning communities by creating space for individual, cultural, and communal development. This is done while observing our three tenets: Education & Awareness, Activism, and Identity Development. Overall, we encourage and challenge individuals to explore racial identities and enhance their awareness of exploration of why and how race informs identity development. 

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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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Social Justice Education

Social Justice Education envisions the full and equal participation of all groups in a society that is mutually shaped to meet their needs (adapted from Adams, Bell, & Griffin, 2007).

Social Justice Education engages the Emory community in the creation, execution, and evaluation of efforts to develop the capacity of its members to effectively advocate for equitable changes in society that dismantle systems of oppression.

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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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Student Involvement, Leadership and Transitions

Where students pursue passion and achieve connection to advance a global society.

To cultivate purpose in students through transformative experiences that promote engagement, learning, intercultural competency, and community building.

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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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