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Emory University

Breakdown of “Surrounding City” at EU

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By Gender
MalesB+
FemalesA
By Major
AnthropologyA
BiologyA
Business - Management and AdministrationA
ChemistryA+
Computer ScienceA
EconomicsA
EnglishC
FinanceB
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B-
Language - French/Spanish/etc.A
MathB+
Music - PerformanceA
Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceA+
NursingA+
OtherA-
PhilosophyB-
PhysicsA+
Political ScienceA-
PreLaw and LegalA-
PreMed and MedicalA
PsychologyA+
Social WorkA
SociologyA+
UndecidedB+

Against similar schools

Surrounding City compared with similar schools in class.

Emory University
 A-
Average of All Schools
 B-
Average of schools in class
 B

Harvard University
 B+
Cornell University
 B
Brown University
 A-
Stanford University
 B
Yale University
 B
Princeton University
 C+
Vanderbilt University
 A-
F
A+

Surrounding City

... The food is bad, the city is Bad and everyone tranfers ...Read full comment
... I am not Jewish, Northern, city, or extremely liberal, thus making me an outcast at Emory ...Read full comment
... The location of the school-away from the heart of the city surrounded by golf courses and parks, the funding-all from multinational corporations...Read full comment
... Atlanta is a driving city, so as a freshman you may feel like you're suffocating on campus because it's the same 3/4 mile cube all year ...Read full comment
... Not only is the Emory environment fantastic, but Atlanta is a city that is awesome - it has great sports teams, fun clubs and bars, and a beauti...Read full comment
... It is located in a great city with tons of things to see and do ...Read full comment
... The city is close enough to go out on the weekends, so there are Emory nights at clubs where everyone you know go out and have a blast without ha...Read full comment
... For a lot of northerners, like myself, Atlanta is not what you would expect from a big city, as it is has a lot of suburban sprawl etc ...Read full comment
... Having access to Atlanta makes college an amazing experience because it is incredibly easy to escape into the real world through the large city ....Read full comment
... it revolves more around the city of ATL than on campus (as far as parties), but the sophistication you feel in bars and clubs meeting celebrities ...Read full comment
... However if you do have the money for a taxi or if you have a car there are many many places in Atlanta that are awesome, its a great city to be ...Read full comment
... Located in an historic tree-lined neighborhood of Atlanta, it is in the heart of an amazingly dynamic city full of history and culture ...Read full comment
... Overlall, Emory is an excellent school with many opportunities, which is in a great city as soon as you have a car to access it and the nearb...Read full comment
... Atlanta is an awesome city and Emory students often utilize it, especially after freshmen year ...Read full comment
... Atlanta is a great city to be in when you are young ...Read full comment
... Even then kids don't get grants until their COMBINED incomes are less than $50,000 hwich effectively means you have to be very close to poverty b...Read full comment
... It's mostly dominated by the frat scenes, lots of New Yorkers, and little access to the city without a car (which u can get passes for by bribing...Read full comment
... The school is NOT in the city and is difficult to get to, and the dining food is horrible ...Read full comment

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