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A week of events in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. and his legacy, featuring service events, panels, discussions, entertainment, and more. Learn more.
Sorority & Fraternity Recruitment
Best described as a mutual selection process, recruitment consists of a series of events that give sorority and fraternity chapters a chance to get to know interested students, while helping students decide where they feel most comfortable. Learn more.
Brought to you by the Emory Eagles, Think Pink week includes free food, giveaways, and entertainment to raise breast cancer awareness.
Leadership Emory Summit
The Leadership Summit is a leadership conference that offers a variety of educational sessions addressing an array of leadership topics. Open and free to all Emory and Oxford students, whether you are president of a student organization or an emerging leader, the Summit will provide you an opportunity to further explore your leadership potential within the Emory community. Learn more.
Dooley’s Week is a themed-week of events including “Taste of Emory,” movies, music, and entertainment, concluding with Dooley’s Ball, a costume ball and dance. Learn more.
Delores P. Aldridge Excellence Awards
From the Office of Multicultural Programs and Service (OMPS), The Delores P. Aldridge Excellence Awards recognize outstanding student achievement in the areas of leadership & service to a diverse community; community building, diversity, & intergroup relations; and research about issues of diversity.
Come together with faculty, students, staff, alumni, friends and family to celebrate a year of pride. Awards and honors to be presented include the Studies in Sexualities’ Essay Contest Award; GALA Leadership Award; President’s Commission on Sexuality, Gender Diversity and Queer Equality’s Chesnut LGBT Person of the Year; and Lavender Diplomas for graduating students. Learn more.
DUC Day is a full day of fun at Dobbs University Center, featuring food, entertainment, giveaways, games, and more.
Play Day is an annual kids’ activity day hosted by various Emory organizations for local youth groups.
Juniors and seniors receive their class rings at the Ring Ceremony in the Miller Ward Alumni House.
The Commencement Brunch is open to all degree candidates, their families and guests, and attendees at Emory Weekend.
Modupe Dayo Graduation Program
Co-sponsored by OMPS, Black Student Alliance, and the Caucus of Emory Black Alumni, this special ceremony honors the achievements of African American students at Emory. The event honors ancestry, features African drummers and dancers, includes a Rite of Passage ceremony, and is followed by a reception for the family and friends of degree candidates.