Living Green Signature ProgramsWhile many programs are offered as a part of First Year at Emory, there are a number of programs that are called signature programs. These programs often involve collaboration within the Division of Campus Life, academic departments, the Office for Undergraduate Education, the Emory community, etc. The following programs have been established as signature programs for the Living Green FYE program.
» In-Hall Academic Advising
Working on completing your General Education Requirements? Are you considering applying to Business School or Nursing School? Just not sure what classes to take next semester? Simply visit our in-hall academic resources. Staff and faculty are conveniently housed in your residence hall, and they are ready to answer your questions about everything Emory!
» Eagle Excursions
There’s so much of Atlanta to see while you’re here at Emory. With Eagle Excursions, you’ll have the opportunity to travel with fellow residents and select faculty and staff. Visiting the Georgia Aquarium and hiking in the North Georgia Mountains, these trips will help you understand what it means to live green and be proactive in helping us create a sustainable future for our city.
» Green Gatherings
What does it mean to Live Green? What stories do faculty, staff, and other students have to tell? It’s not just about recycling or turning off the lights in the room when you leave. It’s about how we treat ourselves and others, the foods we eat, how politics influence decisions and about contributing to the human race. Make a change to the world we live in today; we cannot wait for tomorrow.
» Coke® Conversations
In the chaos of your first year, Coke® Conversations gives you a chance to connect with your hall staff (RA or SA). This one-on-one time gives you the opportunity to figure out what classes to take next semester, catch up on campus and personal events, and just see how you are doing in your first year.
» E.A.G.L.E.T. -- Efficient and Green Living at Emory Today
It’s exciting to live in a state of the art, LEED Certified building! Few & Evans are the most energy efficient, environmentally friendly buildings ever built on Emory’s campus marking a milestone in the university’s history. Photovoltaic cells which power a rain water runoff recycling system and energy efficient fixtures are just some of the many opportunities to enjoy a high quality of life through the E.A.G.L.E.T program.