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National University
Private not-for-profit
United Methodist
Southeast
Suburb: Large
NCAA Division III (without football)
7,441
Undergraduates
7 to 1
Student-to-Faculty Ratio

Overview

Long known as one of the finest universities in the South, Emory shares the city of Atlanta with other educational standouts Georgia Tech, Morehouse and Spelman. Having produced an extraordinarily diverse and talented pool of graduates for decades, Emory stands as a mid-sized school with deep resources and a broad reach. Like other universities without a powerful, unifying athletic program, Emory campus life is less collegiate in the traditional sense and, therefore, harder to define. Nonetheless, the Emory experience is life-changing for many.

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