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Congratulations, Eagles! Emory's athletics department ranks No. 6 in the latest Learfield Sports Directors' Cup Division III standings after capturing the national championships in women’s tennis and women’s swimming and diving and finishing second in baseball and third in men’s swimming and diving. Senior Gabrielle Clark earned her second NCAA D-III singles crown in women’s tennis. And five seniors won NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships, pushing to 89 the school's running tally for the prestigious honor.

We're proud of our well-rounded students! Their achievements place Emory among only a handful of schools to rank among top schools in both the Director's Cup of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics for best all-around athletics program and the U.S. News & World Report rankings of best national universities.

Life at Emory: Athletics | Varsity rankings

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No. 6 ranking in D3! Go, Eagles! 

At Emory, we maintain the time-tested value of residential liberal arts education. And we do so at two colleges in the context of a major research university.

Our Campus Life team works to fulfill Emory's vision by ensuring the residential experience engages and inspires students throughout their time here. We bring first-year students together in residence halls at the center of campus, and all first- and second-year students live on campus, fostering a sense of community and involvement. Students enjoy hundreds of interest groups on campus as well as easy access to Atlanta's resources

Degrees and programs | Video: Undergrad Experience

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How our residential education is distinctive 

Many Emory community members past and present were instrumental in the creation of the new Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta. Emory will continue to have a presence there, says Douglas Shipman 95C (pictured), the Emory political science and economics major who is the center’s CEO and the incoming president of the Emory Alumni Board.

Years before its official opening, the center began hosting programming with a variety of community institutions, including Emory. Several items from Emory’s Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library will be on display there as well. The center officially opened on June 23.

Center for Civil and Human Rights website | Emory Alumni Board

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Emory ties at civil and human rights center 
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