College Junior 2013-05-22T20:16:52Z
Freshmen cannot have cars on campus. Second years and up can park, but the prices are outrageous.
College Sophomore 2013-05-17T03:47:11Z
Guys & Girls:
The campus has all types of people. There are nerds who never go out and people who just party all he time. Also there are also people in Between who can juggle party and studies extremely well. It is diverse with alot if options.
College Senior 2013-05-16T15:13:43Z
There is always something to do with different festivities in the area.
College Sophomore 2013-05-13T16:06:15Z
Awesome! Atlanta has an endless amount of stuff to do, from shopping to dining to museums to clubs. Emory often offers discounted tickets to Atlanta attractions, and the Emory Experience shuttle takes students for free to something in Atlanta once a month. The nice thing is that Emory's in Atlanta's Druid Hills suburb, so while the city is extremely accessible (15 minute drive), you don't have to deal with the cons of having a college in the middle of a city (for example, the campus is very cohesive, safe, and outdoorsy. It's got a life of its own).
College Sophomore 2013-05-13T16:02:03Z
Public transportation is awesome; you really don't need a car. All the Emory shuttles are free, and the GA Tech one and the Emory Hospital midtown one will take you to Atlanta. Two MARTA (Atlanta's public transportation system) lines run through the school; you can use these to get pretty much anywhere. As for the campus itself, it's 15 minutes walkable in any direction, so you certainly don't need a car just to get around.
College Sophomore 2013-05-13T15:57:05Z
Financial aid process was smooth for me. Most important tip is getting everything in on time; go for way ahead of the deadline!
College Sophomore 2013-04-30T15:19:44Z
the print center is really cheap, the computer labs are very reliable, sometimes crowded though, great atmosphere. computers are hardly ever in disrepair. the network was down a couple times, but not for long.
College Sophomore 2013-04-30T15:10:18Z
I have enjoyed all of my professors very much thus far. I had one grad student professor that was awful, but he just couldn't teach; he was still very knowledgable.
College Sophomore 2013-04-30T14:59:12Z
There are many research opportunities even as a freshman, you just have to make an effort to find a professor. This gives you valuable experience for higher-level classes, the real world, and grad school. Classes are small and very good and the work load is not bad at all.
College Sophomore 2013-04-30T14:56:49Z
It is a great thing for some people, but not me. Though I am not a fan of it, I realize that Greek life does good things around campus and promotes networking. It does not dominate at Emory though.
College Sophomore 2013-04-30T14:51:12Z
Hardly ever bad weather, classes are close together, beautiful spring and fall weather. I love it here!
College Junior 2013-04-30T00:46:44Z
The financial aid office at the School of Divinity is very helpfull. The school-wide financial aid office works hand in hand with your needs. Everything is basically handled online, so check your status regularly.
College Junior 2013-04-30T00:40:48Z
Paid parking is what I use. There is public transportation and shuttles for on campus maneuvering. Get to campus at least 15 -20 minutes before class begins.
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-20T02:36:41Z
Although Emory has a wide selection of on-campus housing, off-campus housing is generally very easy to find and as affordable (and often more affordable) as living on-campus. Living off-campus is incredibly common at Emory, as apartments, houses, and condos are all over the area, and are generally very safe. They are sometimes less convenient than living on campus, however, as it is more difficult to access campus resources when one is further displaced.
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-20T02:30:19Z
Emory is filled with students from a variety of different ethnic, religious, political, and economic backgrounds. While there is at times a pervasive upper-middle class student culture, the school is, as a whole, a mix of very different people from extremely heterogeneous backgrounds, which leads to an immensely rich and engaging student life.
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-20T02:26:07Z
Although the campus life is frequently divided between social groups, Emory consistently affords ample opportunity to challenge oneself academically. With frequent academic events and speakers, Emory is an incredibly rich academic community, with students who spark and engage in important—and often difficult—discussions.
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-20T02:22:32Z
Emory, as a high-powered research institution and active academic center, is filled with state-of-the-art amenities for any type of student. The WoodPEC, an extensive athletics center, is filled to the brim with diverse athletic facilities and equipment, from dance to scuba, while the student center provides an outdoor pool and various athletic courts. With a consistently updated campus, Emory is never behind in research technology, and has an extensive and impressive library, with ample study space.
College Junior 2013-04-19T00:56:28Z
I'm in the Goizueta Business school, so it's a really great program and does a great job of helping students prepare for and get internships. It has a great job placement rating, at it provides a really top-notch education. However, it is a bit intense at times and the curve promotes extreme competitiveness, which sometimes works against people.
College Junior 2013-04-19T00:48:25Z
They put a lot of emphasis on diversity at Emory, and are very accepting of differences, but there are definitely majorities. Most people are Jewish or Asian. So, while we approve of diversity, we don't necessarily have all that much of it. Sexual orientation is not really an issue, which is nice. Political beliefs are generally not talked about as much, so I'm not sure how diverse we are.
College Junior 2013-04-19T00:46:07Z
I have no connection to or interaction with Greek life. I've never been on frat row, I don't go to their parties. It's there, I know, but I don't generally connect with it. I know the sororities don't have as nice of housing as the frats because of some archaic Georgian law about too many girls living together under one roof.
College Senior 2013-04-14T00:17:56Z
one third of the school is involved in greek life, and those people tend to be more involved on campus, but it does not dominate the school
College Senior 2013-04-14T00:14:21Z
There are often problems with the network reliability and wireless access in the residential halls.
College Sophomore 2013-04-03T22:07:35Z
There are always available spaces, even if it's not the closest option. People are spoiled because it never takes long to walk anywhere.
College Sophomore 2013-04-03T22:05:08Z
Not too strict. As long as you're careful and safe you won't get in trouble.
College Sophomore 2013-04-03T22:01:12Z
Always a free computer to use, and they're all updated and easy to use.
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