Below is information about the services available on campus for Emory students and staff:
- Book and Computer Store
- Campus map and visitor information
- Child Care
- Disability Services
- Emory Card Office
- Emory Continuing Education
- Emory Newspapers and blogs
- Faculty/ Staff Assistance Program
- International Postdocs
- Office of Equity and Inclusion
- Religious Life
- Tickets Desk
- Transportation and Parking
Blomeyer Health Fitness Center(employees)
Banking at Emory
The Emory Alliance Credit Union has a branch on campus in the Dobbs University Center, or DUC.
For additional banks around Emory, visit this list provided by the International Student and Scholar Services.
Book and Computer Store
The main campus bookstore carries all course materials, school and office supplies, electronics, balloon bouquets, and Emory-imprinted gifts and clothing. The bookstore is located in the Oxford Road building along side The Office of Undergraduate Admissions. For more information visit the Emory book store website.
Campus map and visitor information
Child Care and Schools
BrownRichards & Associates provides employee parents with an opportunity to speak with a child care specialist over the telephone. This complimentary service is available to all Emory employees. These professionally trained specialists can assist with finding the right child care. To speak with a child care specialist, contact BrownRichards & Associates at (404) 352-8137 or by email.
The Emory Work-Life Resource Center created The Emory Child Care Network in effort to meet the diverse demands and challenges of Emory employees looking for child care. It provides parents discounts and priority admissions at licensed child care centers throughout Metro Atlanta.
To enter the first grade, your child must be 6 years of age by September 1. The child must have the following:
- Birth certificate
- Certificate of immunizations
- Proof of residency
- Children residing at Emory’s Clairmont Campus or President Park attend Fernbank Elementary
For more information, contact the Dekalb County School System
Campus Food Services - list of available dinning options around Emory campus
Access, Disability Services and Resources is committed to advancing an accessible and "barrier-free" environment for its students, faculty, staff, patients, guests, and visitors by ensuring that the principles of access, equity, inclusion and learning are applied and realized in and by the disability community. For more information click here.
Emory Card Office
The EmoryCard is the official debit and access identification card of the University. EmoryCard can be used at Campus Dining facilities, and to gain entry to a number of facilities. For more information visit the Emory Card website.
Emory Continuing Education
Emory Continuing Education (ECE) offers a wide range of certificate programs and open enrollment courses (including fully online and hybrid options) for both professional development and personal enrichment. Areas of study include management fundamentals, information technology and web design, paralegal, financial planning, communications, human resources and project management, foreign languages and English as a Second Language, test preparation, health coach and much more. To learn more visit ECE website.
Emory Newspapers and Blogs
- Emory News Center
- Lab Land - the Emory Health Science Research blog
- The Emory Wheel
- Woodurf Library Blog
Faculty/ Staff Assistance Program (FSAP)
FSAP provides professional counseling, consultative, and educational services designed to enhance the health, performance and well-being of individuals and organizational units.
Finance Matters: Finance Matters is a financial education program designed to inform and educate faculty and staff about important financial topics related to the appropriate phase of a person's career.
Housing at University Apartments is available to full-time graduate and professional students, both single and married, and their partners and dependents. Additionally, limited space is available for medical residents and postdoctoral trainees.
Emory Residential Services makes an Off Campus Housing List and other Atlanta area housing resources available on its website. You may call the Housing Office at (404) 727-4368 for further information.
- The International Students and Scholar Services (ISSS) office provides programs and services, particularly involving visa and relocation issues, and activities designed to enhance the goals of international educational exchange. For more information visit the ISSS website.
- English Language Support Program - If you are interested in improving your English writing or speaking skills , the ELSP's mission is to provide high quality language instruction to ensure that students advance their language skills as quickly as possible. For more information, contact Heather Boldt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Office of Equity and Inclusion
The office focuses its work on helping the campus community understand the values of excellence, integrity, and trust in our academic and administrative endeavors. For more information, click here.
As a university related to the United Methodist Church, Emory provides ample and creative opportunities for enhancing. Religious Life on campus through worship, volunteer service, education, and various organizations.
The student staffed Tickets and Information Desk, located in the Coca-Cola Commons in DUC, provides the Emory community with information about on-campus programs, Atlanta area attractions and general information about the Emory University campus. Discounted tickets are available for local movie theaters and some area attractions. For more information click here.