Woohoo! D got in! Now come the questions! lol My D fell in love with Emory when we visited, but I think she was afraid to research it too much, fall in love more, and not get in...but now we want the details!
She got accepted to both campuses, but with merit for Oxford, so that seems the likely choice. We did visit both and will go back soon.
D has wanted a place filled with academically engaged students, but doesn't want to be completely surrounded by type A students who are all about competing for a grade. She won't be premed/prelaw, so, from what I hear, that may help (anywhere, not just Emory). Her planned major is Anthropology. She is looking for classes where there will be active discussion and debate, doesn't mind working hard, but doesn't want to be so swamped with work that there is no down time without getting behind.
She really wants to know about both campuses, since even choosing Oxford, the 2nd 2 years would be at the Atlanta campus.
How are professors at working with students, helping them if they aren't sure what is expected of them...on a paper, etc?
Do students help one another? (supportive / competitive)
Does starting at Oxford reduce access to research opportunities?