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I'm a senior in high school, and I'm ashamed to say that I actually don't know much about the college process as I thought I did. My college counselour suggested me applying to Oxford College at Emory, instead of directly through Emory University. Emory would be a reach, while Oxford College would be more of my likely/safety school. That's a big difference. So basically, if I get into Oxford, I'm pretty much accepted into Emory as well (as long as I keep up my grades, etc.)? Why doesn't everyone do this, then? What's the negative side to doing this? It sounds too good to be true - but again, I've just started learning about the college process... & what are some other universities that do this?