Emory's a lively place throughout the summer as the university welcomes a host of scholars and campers to its campuses. | Visitor info
Emory College of Arts and Sciences offers two summer sessions, several special programs and study abroad opportunities. The Goizueta Summer Institute is an intensive program for non-business majors. For high school students, the popular Pre-College Program is expanding to add a third option. And younger family members can enjoy an annual array of arts and athletic camps.
Emory's Oxford College summer offerings include the Oxford Institute for Environmental Education for school science teachers and the Creative Kids Camp for grade-school children.
Emory University's main campus is located in Atlanta's historic Druid Hills suburb. The main Quad features several buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. Our virtual and guided tours let you see the places that help define and distinguish Emory's place among the nation's top universities.
Emory's commitment to sustainability preserves the quality of this special place. More than half of the main campus's 600+ acres is protected green space, and we have one of the largest inventories by square footage of LEED-certified space among U.S. campuses.
Prospective undergraduates have an uncommon choice of two options for residential study: Emory College of Arts and Sciences on the Atlanta campus, and Oxford College on Emory's original campus east of Atlanta. | Admission visits | Visitor info
Emory Continuing Education, our continuing education division, focuses on offerings that tap campus-based expertise and partnerships. ECE students may earn certificates in two dozen programs, ranging from fundraising and event planning to sustainability and predictive health.
Emory encourages the pursuit of lifelong learning, and seeks to serve the community by providing a variety of continuing education programs. Classes such as Pilates and photography are also available at ECE, which was formerly called the Center for Lifelong Learning and includes the popular Evening at Emory program.
Graduate dissertation and college honors thesis topics reflect students' intellectual curiosity and creativity. The annual lists are always intriguing: How do the students find all those unusual topics, and what discoveries are they making that will positively impact our world?
Our 2013 Laney Graduate School PhD recipients and Emory College honors graduates discuss their research and its impact in short feature stories that showcase Emory's intellectual life. Explore their stories here: Dissertation sampler | College honors sampler