Emory Pre-College

Basic Information

Address: Candler Library, Suite 200 550 Asbury Circle Atlanta, GA 30322
Phone Number: 404-727-2240
Fax Number: 404-727-6724
President: Claire Sterk
Admissions Director: Mollie Korski
Summer Sessions Coordinator: J Combs and E. Jennings

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Additional Information

School Type: Liberal Arts College
Registration: Online application required
Deadlines: Varies, depending on program dates; see website for additional information
Courses: Over 25 noncredit courses, including Neuroscience, Psychology, Forensics, Pre-Med, Medical Microbiology, Creative Writing, Infectious Diseases, Economics, Introduction to Business, Insights into Advertising, and more.
Session Dates: Six different sessions to choose from: Session A noncredit: June 16 - 29, 2019 Session B noncredit: June 30 - July 13, 2019 Session C noncredit: July 14 - 27, 2019 Infectious Diseases Institute (3-week noncredit): TBA Session 1 (6-week) credit: May 20 - June 28, 2019 Session 2 (6-week) credit: July 1 - August 9, 2019
Office Hours: 8:30am - 5:00pm
Classroom Size: 14-20
International Students:

Emory welcomes students from all over the world. The following eligibility requirements apply to all international applicants.We encourage international students to apply early due to the visa application process.

- Students who do not have permanent citizenship in the United States are considered International.

- Must be rising 11th or 12th graders in high school, or the equivalent, and at least 15 years of age by the orientation date. Students who wish to enroll in a lab science course must be at least 16 years of age.

- Students may apply for two-week or three-week, noncredit courses only.

- Applicant must have above-average secondary school grades and excellent English language skills to ensure success in the college-level classroom. If your first language is not English, you must have taken the Test of English as Foreign Language (TOEFL) and scored approximately 85 on the IBT (internet-based test). Other recognized English language qualification test scores, such as the Cambridge exams, may be submitted as well.

- Interviews via Skype are required once online applications are complete and submitted.

- Emory does not issue F-1 visas for this program. Students may apply for a B-type visa through the U.S. Consulate in their home country.

Student Demographics:

The 2018 Emory pre-college community consisted of 67.7% females, 31.8% males and 0.5% other. The majority of our students choose to reside on campus, with 90.5% residential and 9.5% commuters.

Geographically, we have global participation in our program annually, with 75% domestic and 25% international students. The United States regionally is as follows: Southeast 36.2%; Mid-Atlantic 19.0%; Midwest 9.6%; West 7.1%; Southwest 5.8%; New England 3.3%.

Tuition:

Varies; $2,861 - $6,220, depending on which program is chosen. Please see our website for specific details.

Financial Aid:

Applications for scholarships are available. Preferred deadline is May 1, 2019.

Summer Housing Availability:

Residential space is limited. We do encourage students to apply early. Housing is available for students participating in our noncredit course program only.

Parking Availability: Paid parking is available for commuter students only
School History:

The Methodist Episcopal Church founded Emory College in 1836 in the small Georgia town of Oxford. The founders named the town for the school's prestigious British cousin, and named the school for a bishop who dreamed of an American education that molded character as well as the mind.

The little school struggled for decades, and finally began to prosper in the late 1800s. By 1914, the Methodist Church was looking to create a university in the South, and Emory College was looking to expand.

Asa Candler, founder of The Coca-Cola Company, wrote the "million-dollar letter" to offer seed money, and he sweetened the deal by donating land in Atlanta. Emory University received a DeKalb County charter to build at its present location in 1915. The soft drink company president's brother was Emory alumnus and former president, Methodist Bishop Warren Candler, who returned to serve as its first chancellor on the new campus.

The philanthropy of Coca-Cola and other donors has enabled Emory's growth and empowered its ambition to become one of the nation's leading universities.

The pre-college program itself plays a part in Emory growth since its establishment in 2008.

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