Emory University Visit Report by Scarlett.B
Visit to Emory University in September 2009 by Scarlett.B(Student, HS Class of 2010)
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Admissions Interview: No - <bold>This Was An Overnight Visit At Emory's Oxford Campus.</bold>
Information Session: Yes - Two Admissions Commitee Members Gave An In Depth Presentation On Oxford, It's History, What It Takes To Get In, And So On.
Campus Tour: Yes - There Was A Lot Of History Behind The Oxford Campus. We Visited The Library, A Dorm, The Student Center, And A Few Other Buildings.
Classroom Visit: Yes - A Didn't Sit Through An Entire Class (That's Torture!) But I Did Examine A Few Classes And They Were All Intimate And Small. The Professors Seemed Brilliant But...A Little Unapproachable.
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Campus Visit Notes for Emory University
It Was My First Overnight Visit. It Was Weird Being Away From Home. My Host Was A Family Friend But I Didn't Know Her Well. She Made My Visit As Comfortable As She Could (I'm A Bit Spoiled So I Was A Real Pain In The Butt). I Love The Campus. It Has A Small Intimate Feel Since Only Freshman And Sophomore Students Are There. The Only Thing I Hate It That After Two Years Student Move On To The Extremely Large Emory Campus In Atlanta. I Don't Like Large Schools At All So I Probably Won't Like The Transition. That's The Only Reason I Might Not Apply/Attend.
Other Comments (Transportation, local attractions, parking, etc.):
Parking For Students Is $250 For A Year. Spots Are Fairly Easy To Find, Though They May Not Be Right Beside Your Room. The Students Here Have Really Nice Cars!