Welcome to Emory! Emory Revisited 2020

The Office of Multicultural Affairs welcomes admitted students to revisit Emory University School of Medicine through our Virtual Online Revisited Experience.

Emory Revisited provides an opportunity for prospective students to sample the rich variety of learning experiences available at Emory, and to connect with other prospective students, current students and faculty.

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2020 Schedule of Virtual Events

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.

Match Day 2020 Class of 2020 is "Ready and Eager" to Serve

As Emory's fourth-year medical students awaited news of their residency matches, they were not daunted by the new world they are facing. After all, it is one that desperately needs their expertise.

By the Numbers

556 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.

530 Health Professional Learners

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

1,311 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.

2,895 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.