Emory College of Arts and Sciences
Emory College of Arts and Sciences combines the personal engagement and excellent teaching of a traditional liberal arts college with the leading scholarship and resources of a major research university. Our diverse, ethically engaged, and inquiry-driven community seeks to transform the world through leadership in research, teaching, and service.
With more than 30 majors spanning the arts and sciences, Emory College provides a wide perspective for students, who gain an appreciation for the strong foundation a liberal arts education provides, no matter what career path they choose. Gifts to Emory College from alumni, parents, and friends help open doors to innovation, create opportunities for our students, and enable discoveries by our faculty.
Alumni and friends who invest in Emory College create extraordinary opportunities for students, enable faculty members to complete transformative research and create pioneering academic programs, build sustainable spaces outfitted with the latest technology, and keep Emory College progressing.
The school’s top fund-raising priorities, according to Dean Robin Forman, are outlined below.
Endowed scholarships. When you make an endowed gift, it is an act of philanthropic leadership that connects your personal values with Emory’s work and inspires others to create their own legacies at Emory College. Students who benefit from named scholarships often contribute to scholarship support later in life, helping yet more students and strengthening Emory College’s culture of philanthropy.
Support for emerging programs of national significance. The dean recognizes that Emory has an opportunity for national leadership in emerging fields, such as human health, QuanTM, disability studies, neurosciences, and environmental sciences and sustainability. Your support will give these areas in Emory College an even greater edge toward global prominence.
Support for experiential learning for students. With financial help from donors like you, Emory College students can broaden and deepen their learning through study abroad, undergraduate research, and internships and service learning opportunities that allow them to serve companies and communities while gaining invaluable hands-on experience.