Schools and Colleges
UndergraduateEmory College of Arts and Sciences
 Oxford College
 Goizueta Business School
 Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing
GraduateGoizueta Business School
 James. T. Laney School of Graduate Studies
 School of Law
 School of Medicine
 Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing
 Rollins School of Public Health
 Candler School of Theology
Students
Enrollment, Fall 2017Total15,252
 Undergraduate7,916
 Graduate and Professional7,336
Degrees Awarded (2016–2017)Total4,721
 Undergraduate2,421
 Graduate2,300
Emory College of Arts and Sciences
Admission Statistics for the Class of 2020
Total Applications19,924
 Percent Admitted25.2%
 Total Enrolled1,371
 Yield27.3%
 SAT (25th–75th percentile)2030–2270
ACT (25th–75th percentile)31–34
 Average High School GPA (unweighted)3.71–3.97
Varsity athletic teams, NCAA Division III 18
Employees
Total, Emory University and Emory Healthcare (as of Sept. 1, 2017)31,477
University Faculty and Staff14,272
Emory Healthcare17,205
Emory ranks as the second-largest employer in the metro Atlanta area. 
Economic Impact
Annual Operating Budget (2016–2017)$4.8 billion
Emory University$1.9 billion
Emory Healthcare$2.9 billion (estimated)
Endowment$6.5 billion, as of Aug. 31, 2016
Total Research Funding Awards$574.6 million in fiscal 2016