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Everyday Emory

Whether you are shopping for books and supplies, grabbing a bite to eat, exploring housing options, or searching for a job or internship, “Everyday Emory” is your source for the daily essentials of campus life.

Bookstore

Barnes & Noble @ Emory is a one-stop shop for campus essentials. In addition to textbooks, the bookstore sells snacks and convenience items, residence hall supplies, and a wide array of Emory apparel and gifts. The store also stocks computers and accessories and offers on-site computer repair.

sm757@bncollege.com
404-727-6223

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1390 Oxford Road
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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.

careercenter@emory.edu
404.727.6211

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200 Dowman Drive, 200 B. Jones Center
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Dining

Responsible for the operations of all on campus food locations as well as Emory Catering, Emory Dining is committed to delivering an innovative dining experience with a focus on health, nutrition, and sustainability.

dining@emory.edu
404.727.4015

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Cox Hall, Suite 313
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Residence life & housing

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

housing@emory.edu
404.727.7631

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Alabama Hall (1615 Pierce Drive)
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Saagar Sheth, Class of 2013

Living on campus is a great way to connect with various undergrads involved in social and academic bubbles outside of your own.