Emory College is reimagining the liberal arts and sciences to help students address challenges around the world.
In an economy where disruption and rapid change are constants, the liberal arts and sciences are more essential than ever. Students emerge from Emory College more human and more humane, with the moral imagination to face larger issues with clarity and compassion.
Combining the strengths of a liberal arts college and the expertise of a research university, Emory creates purpose-driven alumni who approach the world as problem-solvers, communicators, and leaders.
Emory is the best place to work toward a better future. We have phenomenally bright, intellectually curious, hardworking students and a motivated faculty that cares about the social good.
Access for All Students
Key to a better future, access to higher education through scholarships is a social good. Opening up an Emory College education to the most talented students, no matter their income levels, benefits all students, their families, and the larger society.
Equip Faculty for the Future
Preeminent in their fields and devoted to teaching and research, more than 550 Emory College faculty reach across 50 departments and programs to equip students with the tools to explore lifelong passions. With 2O36, we will continue to grow an Emory College faculty who have both the potential to change the lives of students in the classroom and how the world approaches the most important questions of our time through their work in the lab, library, and stage.
Cultivate the Arts
Atlanta is a thriving, global, city, with distinct history, voices, and potential to center artistic production within a research university. We will measurably change the footprint and prominence of the arts on campus, in the city of Atlanta, and far beyond. For a campus without Division 1 athletics, the arts take Emory into Atlanta and bring the city to our students—through performances, collaborations, and engagement with local visiting artists, fellows, and teachers.
COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES