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Students lounge on Oxford quad


Even though students at Emory College and Oxford College live on different campuses, our diverse, involved community is one—a dynamic home of resources, inspiration, and friends to help you explore your passions and make a difference in the world. You'll join our community for four years and a lifetime, and wonder what you ever did without it.

Emory College Community

Students having fun on the Emory Quad

Emory College students live on our Atlanta campus with our nursing and business undergraduates as well as students in our seven graduate and professional schools. They enjoy the community of a liberal arts college that's located in the middle of the energy and pace of a research university, just a few miles from Atlanta’s downtown.

Undergraduate students
on the Atlanta campus
of students live on campus
from Emory to downtown Atlanta

Oxford College Community

students walk on Oxford campus

Oxford College students live on our Oxford campus, a close-knit, small liberal arts college community of first-year and sophomore students only in Oxford, Georgia, a town 38 miles east of Atlanta, and just outside the larger town of Covington.

Oxford College students
of students live on campus
from Oxford to Covington, Georgia

Explore your new hometown

Atlanta skyline at night


A progressive, global city, Atlanta has lots to offer students, from internships and entertainment to many places to explore and have fun.

Take a look at Atlanta.
Students in Covington town square


Covington boasts a beautiful historic square lined with shops and restaurants and is frequently used as a backdrop for TV and movie productions.

Learn more about Covington.
 Jessy DeFrancisco

Finding a Home at Oxford

“There's no hiding that college can be difficult. No matter what school you attend, there will be times when you're so stressed or busy that not even fuzzy socks can make it better. What I've found, though, is that I don't need the socks; I have the Oxford community.”

Jessy DeFrancisco Double major in Media Studies and English Lake Wylie, SC

“Atlanta attracts people from all over the country and the world, and the city's diversity is reflected in Emory's student body. My friends at Emory come from many different backgrounds, and going to school with so many different types of people has greatly enriched my college experience.”

Dylan Frank Undecided New York, NY