Emory College of Arts and Sciences is the four-year, undergraduate division of Emory University that offers an innovative and rigorous liberal arts curriculum. The undergraduate program combines state-of-the-art university resources and a commitment to teaching undergraduate students.
The college is known for academic excellence and progressive thinking that challenges students to constructively use what they learn to create rewarding lives and careers. Emory College is also known as a place with a tight-knit, diverse and supportive campus community, where all voices are valued. Atlanta complements Emory¿s educational environment with a setting replete with assets for enrichment, employment and entertainment.
Emory University comprises nine undergraduate and graduate schools, including Emory College of Arts and Sciences, Oxford College, Goizueta Business School, School of Nursing, School of Medicine, School of Law, Graduate School, Rollins School of Public Health and Candler School of Theology. The total enrollment is 12,930 students and the total number of faculty stands at approximately 3,600.
Our students and faculty enjoy affiliations with and access to some of the most revered institutions in the world, including the Yerkes National Primate Research Center, the Carter Center and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Other unparalleled resources at Emory University include seven libraries and special collections including a civil rights collection and the Alice Walker papers. In total, the libraries and collections boast more than 3.5 million volumes.