In the Emory Pre-College Program, you live away from home and experience the independence and responsibility of college life. Pre-College students live in a residential community in Dobbs Hall, in the heart of campus beside the Dobbs University Center where students will eat most of their meals. You will have a roommate, and resident advisors provide supervision and academic support. Resident advisors, who are Emory undergraduates, also organize on-campus social activities and host excursions off campus. The Emory residential experience is a safe and secure one, with Emory Police available if an emergency arises.
Day students are also welcome, if you live with your family within commuting distance of the university.
Emory Pre-College students have access to Emory's state of the art academic and recreational facilities, including the Woodruff Library, the Computing Center at Cox Hall, the Woodruff PE Center (WoodPEC), and the Student Activity & Academic Center (SAAC) at Clairmont Campus.