Oxford

Practice what
we teach.

Oxford College, one of Emory University’s undergraduate schools, is located on Emory’s original campus in Oxford, Georgia.

Our students thrive in a close-knit community. Professors who take the time to talk when you need it. Peers who constantly stop to say hello. The countless features of learning and living here will surprise and delight you.

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Academics

Get the best of both worlds.

Begin your Emory education on Oxford’s remarkable liberal arts campus while enjoying the resources of a top research university.

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Life at Oxford

Leading all the way.

You can lead clubs, take center stage in arts performances, or be a starter on a varsity team as soon as your first semester. Oxford students step up to leadership as soon as they arrive and keep it up on the Atlanta campus and beyond.

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Living at Oxford

We work hard to make Oxford feel like home from your first moments on campus.

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Leading at Oxford

You'll find more than 60 clubs and organizations to join and lead.

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thriving

Thriving at Oxford

Be your own best self by developing healthy habits in every area of your life.

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M.K. Healy and Lydia Bailey served in the city of Atlanta this summer.
Academics

Emory students spend summer serving others

Four Oxford continuees are among nine Emory undergraduates who spent their summer serving in Atlanta and furthering their own education along the way.

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Students sit outside the Oxford Library.
Campus Life

Emory ranked #1 for quality of life by Princeton Review

As one of Emory University's nine schools, Oxford College enjoys the benefits of being a small liberal arts college for first- and second-year students set within a nationally ranked, large research institution.

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Sensation seekers crave new and complex experiences, even when they¿re dangerous such as skydiving
Academics

Seeking Sensation

Ken Carter focuses on the psychology of thrill-seeking for his current research. Carter, Oxford's Charles Howard Candler Professor of Psychology, recently wrote about sensation seekers for Emory Magazine.

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