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Quick Facts

Facts and statistics about the Oxford College campus, its students, academics, and community, and financial aid as well as outcomes for Emory University undergraduates.


Where is Oxford College?

Oxford College, a two-year undergraduate division of Emory University, is located on its original campus in Oxford, Georgia, a community about 36 miles east of Atlanta.


Campus

354
acres of campus
60%
of campus buildings have been built or renovated since 2005
11-acre
organic farm provides food and augments classroom instruction
36
miles from Emory's Atlanta Campus

Learning

99%
of classes have fewer than 30 students
20
average class size
85%
of students participate in leadership training
10
most popular majors:
biology, business administration (BBA), neuroscience and behavioral biology, psychology, economics, human health, chemistry, political science, nursing (BSN), applied mathematics

Financial Aid

56.1%
of undergraduates receive financial aid
$209 million
total undergraduate aid awarded
$45,469
average financial aid package
19.5%
Pell Grant recipients
100%
of demonstrated financial need for all accepted domestic students is met by Oxford

Student Body

993
total students
475
first-year students
80+
student organizations
9
varsity athletic teams
80%
of students hold a leadership position on campus
99%
of students live on campus

Geographic Diversity

46+
Students come from 46 states + Puerto Rico and Washington, D.C.
29
countries
17%
international

Self-Identified Race and Ethnicity

32%
Caucasian/White
29%
Asian/Asian American
10%
Hispanic/Latinx
8%
African American/Black
4%
Multiracial
<1%
Native American
<1%
Did not identify

Admitted Class of 2023 Profile

17,684
applications
3,541
admitted
475
enrolled

Academics

80+
majors
60+
minors
50%+
of students double major
10+
preprofessional options
16
academic pathways in the business school

Outcomes

Fewer than three months after graduation Emory Class of 2018 graduates were pursuing the following opportunities (87% response rate):

43%
full-time employment
38%
continuing education/fellowships
8%
currently seeking opportunity
5%
postgraduate internships
3%
return to home country
2.6%
gap year/volunteer/not actively seeking
.4%
military

Top Employers

Teach for America • Emory University • EY • BlackRock • National Institutes of Health • Google • Fulbright Program • Accenture • Goldman Sachs • Triage Consulting Group

Emory College of Arts and Sciences

$56,967
Emory College average starting salary
92%
had their next steps planned within three months of graduation

Goizueta Business School

$66,297
Goizueta Business School average starting salary
96%
had a job offer within three months of graduation

Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing

$53,000
Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing average starting salary
97%
passed the nursing board exam on their first try (national average: 93%)

Top Graduate Schools

Emory • Columbia • Duke • Chicago • Wake Forest • NYU • St. Andrews • Penn • Harvard • Stanford

Date of Record Explanation

The date of record for Class of 2023 data is July 2019. You can find additional information at apply.emory.edu.