Greater depth. Wider reach.

Oxford College offers an innovative liberal arts curriculum in a small college setting. Professors are committed to the art of teaching and reaching students, and students benefit from our many opportunities to develop their leadership skills.
Teachers and students are collaborators in learning at Oxford. Courses that prompt students to think differently or act differently—doing rather than passively listening—are the norm here.

Ways of Inquiry and Theory Practice/Service Learning classes have you examine and then apply the methods you’ve learned to the real world. A 12:1 student-faculty ratio means you’ll benefit from the close attention of faculty committed to novel ways of teaching. You’ll be able to work directly with them on research in the natural sciences or humanities, diving deeper into your academic interests.

You’ll arrive on Emory’s Atlanta campus as a junior with a significant amount of academic and personal accomplishments already behind you. With this solid foundation, you’ll know how to find answers to difficult questions, and you’ll continue to set high standards for yourself academically.

Start here, in a community of teachers and students—scholars—committed to bringing out the best in our college and in ourselves.

How Do I Begin My Studies at Oxford?
Your first two years of study at Oxford prepare you for major study in your junior and senior year on Emory’s Atlanta campus.
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Advising Support Center

You’re not on your own.

The Advising Support Center (ASC) is your first stop for getting help with progress related to your degree path. The ASC matches each student with a full-time faculty adviser according to mutual interest, offers general degree-planning assistance, and provides supplemental peer tutors for our most challenging courses. The ASC also provides triage and referrals for students facing personal emergencies. Finally, the ASC devotes a full-time staff member to creating pathways that ensure a seamless integration onto Emory's Atlanta campus and into your major. As we say when you have questions, don’t be shy, just ASC.