Students study on the Oxford quad.

Visiting Oxford

Oxford College is located on Emory’s original campus, 36 miles east of Atlanta in the small town of Oxford, Georgia, which is just north of the city of Covington. That may be where we’re located on a map, but there is much more to get to know about where we are as a campus and a community.

Get to Know Us Better

During this unique time in our collective history, Oxford is committed to doing its very best to engage with students and their families. We want to provide: 

  • Authentic conversations with current students
  • Connection points with our Admission staff
  • Ways to explore campus and see our facilities

There are engagement opportunities for you to explore below, and we will be adding more to this page as they become available.  

Information Session and Student-led Spotlight Tour 

We are excited to offer virtual information sessions led by an Admission staff member. These webinars include an overview of Oxford College and the Emory University admission process. Following the session, current Oxford Student Ambassadors will share key locations on campus and information about student life. Talking to members of the Oxford community is the most authentic way to learn about the student experience, and we look forward to talking with you in this new virtual experience.

Register for an Information Session 

Watch our Pre-Recorded 

Admission Information Session

Virtual Tour

While we realize virtual tours are not the same as being here in person, they do give a sense of what’s on campus and showcase many of our facilities (some of which you wouldn’t necessarily get to see on a campus tour).

Take our virtual tour

Visiting Atlanta

You’ll find easy access to Atlanta from Oxford College as well as the many cultural and entertainment attractions found there. The 36-mile drive to downtown Atlanta takes less than an hour on the interstate. Regular, free shuttle service runs daily to Emory’s Atlanta campus, where students can easily connect with transportation to other parts of the city.

Learn more about Atlanta