Online Experience

On March 15, 17, and 23, 2022, faculty, staff, current and prospective students met for a series of sessions to discuss thriving, living and learning at Emory. On this page, you can find links to videos from sessions and links to more information about Emory and Atlanta.

Welcome to Emory! Class of 2026 Emory Revisited

Each year, the Office of Multicultural Affairs welcomes specific groups to Emory Revisited .

During this series, accepted applicants from targeted underrepresented groups learn about the various experiences available at Emory. Here you will connect with other prospective students, current students, staff, and faculty. This event is by only invitation only.

Engage with us on social channels to connect and share with other participants.

• Facebook - @EmoryMedicine
• Twitter - @EmoryMedicine
• Instagram - @EmoryMedSchool


Schedule of 2022 Events

School of Medicine Financial Aid Presentation

Understanding how you will finance your medical education is essential. View this self-paced presentation to learn how much to expect in tuition and fees, what other costs to expect, how much you can expect to borrow for the entire MD program, and learn about debt relief programs.

You will have the opportunity to schedule a one-on-one appointment at the end of the presentation.

Tours and Videos

Take a quick video tour of the Atlanta Emory campus!

The Clinical Skills Center is used for simulated patient education, clinical skills education, and other educational experiences. This virtual tour will take you on a journey to view our center where you will begin training as an M1.

Grady is at the very heart of clinical training as an Emory medical student. Serving the underserved and providing compassionate, state-of-the-art care to Grady patients has been a key mission of the School of Medicine. Watch this video from inside Georgia's largest hospital accompanied by commentary from doctors, patients, and insiders.

View exclusive insights from Emory's J. Willis Hurst internal medicine residents: They talk about the friendship they formed during the residency, most rewarding experiences in the program, and some common misconceptions about being a medical resident.

Why Diversity is Important to Atlanta and Emory

Atlanta and Emory University School of Medicine welcomes everyone. You are welcome here regardless of your race, ethnicity, national origin, gender expression, sexual orientation, language, disability, or religious expression. This presentation highlights some of Atlanta and Emory’s diversity and inclusion efforts.

Student Life & Activities

We have more than 50 student organizations, and students start new ones every year. Find one that speaks to you, or create your own. Medical students also gather for annual events like society picnics, Kwanzaa, Service Day, Hispanic Heritage Month and Cadaver Ball.

Community Engagement Day is an opportunity to share the community learning and social medicine projects you've conducted during your first year. Student teams partner with over 40 community organizations to first learn the needs of the communities served and then plan and implement a small project that improves some aspect of services.

M4 students participate in an away elective in Cuba and in South Georgia, led by Emory faculty. Hear more about their trip and their reflections.

EMPACT provides students who self-identify as underrepresented in medicine (URM) and/or those who may come from disadvantaged backgrounds, with experiences that foster timely and successful matriculation through medical school.

By the Numbers

582 Medical Learners

Our classes are racially diverse, and a substantial percentage of our first-year students are "nontraditional," meaning they were out of college for at least a year before starting medical school.

522 Health Profession Learners

We have five health professions programs, including a Physician Assistant program ranked 3rd and a Physical Therapy program ranked 5th in the nation by US News & World Report.

1,322 Residents and Fellows

We provide more than half of the residency training positions in Georgia, and 53 of our 106 training programs are the only such programs in the state.

3,166 Physician and Basic Science Faculty

Our school is part of an academic health sciences center, and our faculty collaborate with faculty in schools of public health and nursing and a primate research center.