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1.Academics: Great academics and well known for having good students and faculty
2.Academics: Great! Professors are helpful, the workload is heavy, and the library is an amazing place to study
3.Academics: Amazing! Especially in the sciences
4.Academics: Biology is a popular major, Spanish has relatively a small number of students. Spanish Profs are GREAT! Biology Profs can be indifferent to students......Classes are difficult.....that is most classes are difficult.
5.Academics: While there is a large workload for any student in the sciences at Emory, the difficulty prepares us for the real world and its challenges.
6.Majors: I’m traveling abroad for an internship, so far it appears to be unpaid but definitely worth my time and experience.
7.Majors: The business program is very well looked upon and most graduates have very good jobs right out of school.
8.Majors: I love working while I'm going to classes. The supervisor always works with students to make sure students are not hindered by work.
9.Diversity: Everyone is very accepting and inviting, so it is pretty easy to make friends quickly.
10.Diversity: Emory is the most diverse place I've ever studied and its been a truly eye opening experience.
11.Diversity: Diversity at Emory is represented by all walks of life. You can meet any type of individual from any SES background, sexual orientation, or religion and have a conversation without being surrounded by an air of immediate judgement. There are a diversity of political beliefs but most are liberal. At Emory people appreciate diversity as a necessary asset to life. More diversity in experience means better decision-making across the board. We could stand to have a larger Black/African American community and Hispanic community. You will see more Whites and Asians than any ethnicity. There are stereotype cohorts here just like anywhere else, but there is an abundance of creative and eclectic individuals with an understanding of multiple world views .
12.Athletics: No one goes to Emory for athletics. That being said, our teams aren't bad, but they aren't incredible either.
13.Guys & Girls: Everyone at Emory dresses very well, and I have to say that I haven't seen anyone who is just flat out ugly so far. Everyone fits into one crowd or another - so no one is left out. It's a very warm and welcoming environment!
14.Guys & Girls: They are great people. But we are a prestigious institution, so there are a lot of hard workers。
15.Administration: If underage drinking/drug use is reported to officers, the offenders are punished; however, officers do not go out of their way to hunt down any potential violators.
16.Campus Food: Food option on campus are better than those at other schools but we often tend to take them for granted.
17.Campus Food: Dining is pretty good, there are a lot of options for everyone. The quality food isn't bad, but it isn't something you'll be craving either. The hours are convenient and there are late night snacks!
18.Campus Housing: Some dorms have been newly renovated while others are still 20-30 years old. I do not believe it's fair to all freshman students to have such a varied experience.
19.Campus Housing: Freshmen have the best dorms on campus with the biggest rooms and best locations. The rooms are really big and as long as you can keep it clean, you don't have an issue. I live in a small hall and really don't talk to people, but I know that my friends in the large halls are super close with their hallmates!
20.Health & Safety: Although there are some problems with the health and safety of students at Emory overall I would say the school does its best to protect the students.
21.Health & Safety: This may be because Emory is a private school, but I feel very safe here. People often leave their doors unlocked and nothing seems to get stolen. We sleep with our doors unlocked and never feel to be in any danger on campus.
22.Transportation: Emory shuttles take you to a decent number of places that students and hospital personnel have made regular bee-lines to. There is a designated Oxford College shuttle that runs from Woodruff Circle. You can be shuttled to North Dekalb Mall. I think that the transportation service commissioners are very aware of the student itinerary and the scope of their travels for school, for internships and for work. If you are an Emory student, any shuttle operating from Woodruff Circle is free of charge. If you would like to go deeper into the city, MARTA is viable and frequented option for transport.
22.Transportation: Emory has a phenomenal shuttle service. We have buses that are almost nicer than the city buses and they take you various places around campus as well as to different stores and city bus stations. There's also an app so you can keep track of where all the buses are at a given time and what their routes are.
23.Local Area: Atlanta is amazing! The food, nightlife, and many things to do in the city makes getting off campus really refreshing. Obviously parking and safety are an issue in such a big city, but it can be dealt with.
24.Local Area: I like my school's atmosphere. You do have to drive out a little bit to get to the main part of city where you can do things but even without a car, there is pretty good transportation and there are parks and restaurants around campus you can go to.