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Campus Community

The beautiful Haygood-Hopkins gate greets you at the front of the Emory University campus, opening up to 600 acres of sprawling green space and Italian Renaissance–style architecture.  

From the bustling new Student Center and stunning marbled buildings surrounding the Quad to the vast green space of Lullwater Preserve, there are beautiful places throughout campus for study breaks, jogs, and even lawn sports.

This tree-lined campus lies in the metro-Atlanta historic neighborhood, Druid Hills, just a few miles from the heart of downtown Atlanta.  This location gives Emory the best of both worlds - a quiet suburban atmosphere in a bustling international city.

Atlanta, Georgia

Emory's campus is just a short drive away from renowned research centers, museums and music venues, global corporations, and a world of opportunity that you can only find here. The Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson airport makes travel easy for domestic and international students and visitors. To learn more about the city of Atlanta, visit the Atlanta Travel Guide.

During the Emory Pre-College Program students will have many opportunities to become more familiar with Atlanta. These opportunities may include co-curricular programming that takes advantage of the city's resources, group outings to Atlanta-area attractions, tours of historic sites and museums, and excursions to local neighborhoods, cultural centers, and shopping spots.

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