Itinerary: Emory University

10:00 AM: Informal Campus Tour. I don’t live in a dorm this year, but I can show you around some of the residence halls without going into rooms. Each hall has a different theme, so you can see the different types of living experiences offered. 11:00 AM: Lunch in the business school. Our business school doesn’t have class on Friday’s, but I am more than happy to walk you around the building. There might be a pitch competition that we can sit in on. My only class on Fridays is a 9 – 9:50 Econometrics class. You are more than welcome to come with me to that class, but I can ask around and see if there are any other interesting Econ classes later on in the day. 11:30 AM – 12:00 PM: When the tour ends, I highly recommend exploring Atlanta (if you’re not already from here). I was a little skeptical of the city, but it has so much to offer. Decatur has some really good restaurants, and is only a 5 minute drive away. -Sherpa Lee, Emory University

What’s Something People Don’t Know About Your School? -Emory University

“Something that I don’t think people realize when looking at the school is how genuinely nice people here are. When looking at top schools one of the things that I was worried about is a community where people are more cutthroat and much more focused on their own success than that of their friends. Here I can always find someone to help me out or work with me and it’s just really wonderful.” -Sherpa Shaina, Emory University