Guide for Newly Admitted Undergraduate Students

BSN Admitted Students

Welcome, Undergrad Students!

Congratulations on your acceptance to the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing at Emory University, one of the most prestigious nursing programs in the country! This website contains information critical to finalizing your student requirements. Please bookmark this site and check back often for important updates.

Download a printable Admitted Students Checklist.

View the updated 2018-19 Book Requirements for AMSN

For questions pertaining to the BSN, ABSN, and AMSN programs and/or program requirements, please contact

Take a look at some photos from our recent Admitted Students Day.

Admitted Students Day 2018

Important Dates

(See link at right)

EmoryCard ID Picture Due (Learn more)

April 1, 2018

AMSN Access to ACEMAPP and Student Release Form Due

May 1, 2018

Tuition Deposit Deadline - All programs, excluding AMSN


AMSN Compliance Forms due:

  • AMSN Student Health Information Due to Emory University Student Health Services
  • Health Insurance
  • CPR certification
May 18, 2018

Orientation for AMSN students

Register Now
May 21, 2018

Classes begin for AMSN Students

July 1, 2018 

ABSN and BSN Student Access to ACEMAPP

ABSN and BSN EmoryCard ID Picture Due

ABSN and BSN Compliance Forms due:

  • Student Release Form Due
  • AMSN Student Health Information Due to Emory University Student Health Services
  • Health Insurance
  • CPR certification
August 10, 2018

Pinning Ceremony, Glenn Memorial Auditorium

August 28, 2018

Orientation for ABSNand BSN students

August 29, 2018

Classes begin for ABSN and BSN students

General Information


  • Your new Emory University email address is your OPUS; your password for OPUS and your email will be the same. You will be notified when you are able to access your Emory email account. You are responsible for accessing, reading, and responding to communications sent to your Emory email, accessible here. It is highly recommended that you check your Emory email daily.


  • Online Pathway to University Students (OPUS) is the online student information system through which you can update your personal information, view your financial aid, access your student account or student record, and perform other functions.
  • You are able to update your mailing address, email addresses, and phone numbers in OPUS. We highly recommend that you update your preferred mailing and email addresses as soon as possible. 
  • You should also make sure that you are signed up to receive emergency alert notifications from Emory University.  You can do so by logging into OPUS and clicking on the Emergency Alert link under the Personal Information tab of your OPUS homepage.


  • If you still have outstanding prerequisites, please send an updated transcript with those grades as soon as possible. If you do not complete your courses early enough to have an official transcript mailed, you must bring an official transcript with you to Orientation. Failure to provide a final transcript documenting completion of all prerequisites will result in withdrawal from classes.
All incoming Emory University students are required to complete the HavenPlus education module. HavenPlus is an online learning platform designed to educate students on preventing and responding to interpersonal violence in the Emory community. It takes approximately 45 minutes to complete (closed captioning is available for video portions).  Click here to complete your Haven Training  Click here for Haven FAQs.


  • Billing is in progress, and you will be able to use OPUS for all account activity. Please click here for more information.


  • All nursing students are automatically registered and cannot choose the time or day of their courses. Because nursing students are mass enrolled into their classes each semester, you and your classmates will have the exact same schedule. You will receive your official class schedule during orientation.


Emory University is committed to providing all students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to succeed within the Emory community. The Office of Disability Services (ODS) assists qualified students in obtaining a variety of services (i.e., alternative testing, notetaking, interpreting, advocacy, mobility/transportation, etc.) and ensures that all matters of equal access, reasonable accommodation, and compliance are properly addressed. If you may need any of the services provided by the Office of Disability Services, please complete the registration process outlined here.


  • If you intend to park on campus, you will need to register for a parking permit. Parking deck assignments are made on a first come/first serve basis.Please refer to the Transportation and Parking website for online parking registration dates. If you have any questions feel free to contact the Parking office at 404.727.7275.
  • Please review the parking regulations on Transportation and Parking website before completing your registration. 


  • Emory encourages its students to explore all transportation options for travel to campus before registering to park on campus. Options including public transportation, Park-n-Ride, and carpooling are outlined on by the Office of Transportation and Parking. The cost savings — several hundred dollars — are significant.

Inquiries related to housing can be directed to Megan Norfleet, Associate Director of Admission and Financial Aid, at

Clinical Compliance


In order to meet the requirements of the Georgia Hospital Association and clinical sites, we require a background check and drug screen to be completed before you can begin clinical. Please follow the instructions below to submit your background check and drug screen.

You will need to complete the background check and drug screen using these instructions NO LATER THAN AUGUST 1 FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS.


All incoming students must meet the CDC and American College Health Association immunization guidelines prior to enrolling in classes. 

A copy of your immunization records must be sent to Emory University Student Health Services. Pleas complete the immunization form and email to or mailed to Attn: Molly Mitchell 1525 Clifton Road NE Atlanta, GA 30322. 

The deadline to submit the above documentation is August 1 for BSN and ABSN. The deadline is May 1 for AMSN. Please keep a copy of your immunization information for your records.


  1. A copy of your physical should be sent to Emory University Student Health Services.  This can be sent via email to or mailed to Attn: Molly Mitchell 1525 Clifton Road NE Atlanta, GA 30322

The deadline to submit the above documentation is August 1 for BSN and ABSN. The deadline is May 1 for AMSN. Please keep a copy of your physical exam information for your records.


All Emory University students are required to have health insurance. Under this requirement, students must either purchase:

  • Emory University Student Health Insurance Plan (offered by Aetna student health) or,
  • Provide documentation of enrollment in a comparable United States-domiciled plan.

Students wishing to waive enrollment in the Emory Student Health Insurance Plan will need to complete the annual waiver process via OPUS by Aug. 1 for BSN/ABSN students and May 1 for AMSN students. For information about student health insurance requirements and the health insurance waiver, please click here.


  1. Please log into your Patient Portal to complete your health history.

The deadline to complete your Student Health History is Aug. 1 for MSN students.

Why must I complete the compliance requirements?

Compliance requirements must be completed in order for you to participate in the clinical experience.  These requirements are set by our clinical partners on an annual basis. 

I completed my background check online.  I haven’t received my email to complete my drug screen. 

You will receive your email for your drug screen on the first business day following the set deadline for the release form. 

What is a 2-step PPD?

 A 2-step PPD requires four steps. Please see below.  The purpose of this is to prevent any false negative reporting. The two placements should be within 364 days of each other.

Step 1 – get a PPD placed

Step 2 – have PPD read

Step 3 – get another PPD placed

Step 4 – have PPD read

What is a titer?

A titer is a blood test that is used to determine immunity. 

Does having the immunizations for Hepatitis B and history of Varicella (Chicken Pox) mean that I am immune?

 No this does not mean you are immune.  This is why we require a titer (blood work that proves immunity) as proof of immunity.

I had chicken pox as a child.  Does this count for proof of immunity?

No this does not mean you are immune.  You will still need to have a titer drawn. 

My Hepatitis B titer shows that I am not immune.  What should I do?

 Please seek advice from your physician’s office.  You will be advised on whether or not you need to repeat the series or get a booster.  Once you have completed this, you will need to complete another titer for proof of immunity.

Will I be able to start clinical while completing the repeat series of the Hepatitis B and/or Varicella series?

Yes, you will be able to begin clinical.  You will need to turn in proof for each vaccine you get in the series.

Should I keep copies for my records?

Yes, you should keep your originals in a safe place and turn in copies to the School of Nursing and Student Health

I have a previous CPR certification that is due to expire in the middle of fall semester. Am I required to retake the certification class?

Yes, you must always have a current CPR card on file.

Does my CPR class have to be with American Heart Association?

Yes you must take the BLS course offered by the American Heart Association.  We will not accept a CPR card from any other agency. 

American Heart Association offers a BLS course online.  Can I take this course?

Yes you may take this course.  Please note that the online course is a 2 part course that still requires an in person session to be certified.

Should I get my Flu Vaccine before I begin the program?

No, the Flu Vaccine is not available before September.  You will be notified when the Flu Vaccine is available and the due date for completing this requirement once the Fall Semester has begun.

I got DTap as a child, is this the same as Tdap?

No, Tdap is the adult version and needs to be renewed every 10 years.  Please be sure that you do not have a vaccine over 10 years old.

Can the School of Nursing access my Patient Portal record?

No we cannot, this is a service run by Student Health.  This is why we ask that you provide copies of your documents to both the School of Nursing and Student Health.

I cannot access the ELMS website to complete my HIPAA and BBP training.

You will gain access to this module approximately one month prior to orientation.  If you have issues after that, please contact Nicole R. Ingram with the Office of Education

What is ACEMAPP?

ACEMAPP is the online system that is used to manage all compliance documents and credential students for specific clinical sites.   

Do I have to upload my immunizations for each requirement in ACEMAPP?

Yes, each requirement must have a document uploaded to show complete in the system. 


  1. Review the required immunizations to begin the nursing program. 
  2. Please upload your immunization records to for review by the School of Nursing. If you do not have proof of the vaccine, you will also need to submit the polio vaccine affidavit with your immunization record. 

AMSN students will not receive access to ACEMAPP until April 1. BSN and ABSN students will not receive access to ACEMAPP until July 1.


  1. Have your health care provider complete a physical that shows evidence of good physical health. Click here to download and print the examination form.
  2. Please upload your physical exam to for review by the School of Nursing.

AMSN students will not receive access to ACEMAPP until April 1. BSN and ABSN students will not receive access to ACEMAPP until July 1.


Basic Life Support (BLS) for Health Care Providers through the American Heart Association is required for all incoming students.

  1. Please visit the American Heart Association’s website to locate a class near you. Your signature on the back of the card is required. 
  2. Please upload a copy of your CPR card into ACEMAPP at

The deadline to complete your CPR certification is May 1 for AMSN students and August 1 for BSN and ABSN students. AMSN students will not receive access to ACEMAPP until April 1. BSN and ABSN students will not receive access to ACEMAPP until July 1.


An original state issued driver’s license or state ID is required. 

  1. Please upload a copy of your photo ID into ACEMAPP at

The deadline to submit your photo ID is May 1 for AMSN students and August 1 for BSN and ABSN students. AMSN students will not receive access to ACEMAPP until April 1. BSN and ABSN students will not receive access to ACEMAPP until July 1.


You will need to complete the Bloodborne Pathogens Training titled "Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP) for Researchers." Please note that  AMSNs will recieve access on April 1 and ABSNs and BSNs will recieve access on July 1.

  1. Click here to be taken to the ELMS Course Completion Guide which contains the information neede dto access and complete the ELMS online training. The course code for your training is 240100. Please be sure to enter the correct course code, as there are multiple courses available in the training module. 
  2. Once you have reviewed the slides, click on the “Step 2:  Take the Assessment” link.  You should save after each response in the event there is a server issue.
  3. Upload a copy of the certificate designating your training completion into ACEMAPP at

If you experience any difficulties accessing the blood borne pathogen certificate of completion, please contact the ELMS help desk at 404.727.7777.

The deadline to complete and upload your Bloodborne Pathogens Training into ACEMAPP is May 1 for AMSN students and August 1 for BSN and ABSN studentsAMSN students will not receive access to ACEMAPP until April 1. BSN and ABSN students will not receive access to ACEMAPP until July 1.


The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) directs health care providers, payers, and other health care entities to develop policies and procedures to ensure the security, integrity, privacy and authenticity of health information and to safeguard access to and disclosure of health information. Students are also obligated to follow these laws. As part of the contractual requirements between clinical training sites and the School of Nursing, students must receive documented training regarding confidentiality and privacy of protected health information covered under HIPAA. Students will also receive site-specific training upon arrival at the clinical site.

  1. Clickhere for instructions
  2. Please complete and print the assessment page
  3. Upload the printed assessment page into ACEMAPP at

If you experience any difficulties accessing HIPAA training, please contact the ELMS help desk at 404.727.7777.

The deadline to complete your HIPAA assessment and upload it into ACEMAPP is May 1 for AMSN students and August 1 for BSN and ABSN students. AMSN students will not receive access to ACEMAPP until April 1. BSN and ABSN students will not receive access to ACEMAPP until July 1.

Textbooks and Supplies



  • Navy blue scrub pants
  • Navy blue tunic top with the School of Nursing emblem embroidered on the left upper chest area in white thread (embrodiery done by Barnes & Noble)
  • White, hip-length lab coat with the School of Nursing emblem embroidered on the left upper chest area in navy blue thread (embrodiery done by Barnes & Noble)
  • Blue cuffed long-sleeved jacket (optional) 
  • All white or black leather shoes with a flat rubber sole or other quiet sole
  • White socks that cover the ankle 

*It is recommended that students have at least two complete uniforms. Uniforms must be in-hand before Orientation. 


Your nursing uniform must be purchased from Emory University Barnes & Noble Bookstore (Oxford Rd Bldg., 1390 Oxford Rd., Atlanta, GA 30322). Uniforms may be purchased by visiting the Emory Barnes and Noble bookstore in-person, or over the phone at 404.727.6222. 


You will need to purchase a diagnostic kit. Diagnostic kits are $28 and will be available on the first day of Orientation. Payment by cash or check only.  Your diagnostic kit consists of:

  • Bandage
  • Scissors
  • Penlight
  • Nurse's tape measure
  • Hemostat
  • Reflex hammer
  • Tuning fork


Approved Stethoscopes:

  • Welch Allyn Harvey Deluxe - $150
  • Welch Allyn Harvey Elite - $140
  • Welch Allyn Professional - $72
  • 3M Littmann Classic - $75
  • Littman Cardiology - $150-180

Prices shown are approximate costs. Approved colors for stethoscopes include: black, navy, hunter green, and burgundy. 


Approved Blood Pressure Cuffs:

  • Welch Allyn Platinum Series (DS48 or DS58)
  • Welch Allyn Gold Series (DS66) 
  • MDF Instruments -
  • MDF 808B Calibra - $48
  • MDF 848 XPD Bravata - $90
  • MDF Bravata Bundle - $116.17 - Includes large adult, regular adult, and pediatric cuffs

Prices shown are approximate costs.


Analog watch requirements:

  • Water resistant
  • Sweeping second hand


All Nursing students are required to have a valid EmoryCard. Prior to arrival, students are required to upload a new photo through the EmoryCard website. Download instructions for submitting a photo.

EmoryCard with Prox Accesswith Student Name Badge- required for students who are not currently enrolled or employed by Emory University

  • Your Official University EmoryCard will have PROX access and allow for access into restricted areas at the hospitals during clinical rotations.
  • The cost of the card is $28.  Beginning in April, you can log on to your application portal to pay for the charge.
  • For students starting in the Summer, photos must be uploaded by May 14th.
  • For students starting in the Fall, photos must be uploaded by August 21st. 

Student Name Badge-  required for students who are currently enrolled or employed by Emory University

  • Your Nursing School name badge will serve as your ID for clinicals.  Your currently prox card will provide access for buildings or your EmoryCard account.
  • The cost of the card is $3.00. Beginning in April, you can log on to your application portal to pay for the charge.
  • For students starting in the Summer, photos must be uploaded by May 14th.  
  • For students starting in the Fall, photos must be uploaded by August 21st. 
  • Photos will only need to be updated if they are older than two years. 

Students are to  purchase the Davis Plus Calculating Dosages Online from the Emory Barnes and Noble Bookstore (authors Castillo & Werner-McCullogh). This is an online product that comes with the Fundamentals bundle. Once you have purchased the bundle, you will receive an online access code to the Davis Plus Calculating Dosages Online product along with instructions to access this resource.  Once your access is obtained to the online product, you will then need to enroll in the course entitled "NURS314 Clinical Practicum I Summer 2018" by entering the following access ID: FD31B43021.

You are to complete  6* dosage calculation modules along with the module practice tests. Please attempt to complete this assignment prior to your first day of class.  

Many of you may be proficient in math and will be comfortable with dosage calculations. Others may require spending more time on the modules.  As an example, some of you might not need to spend much time on the Basic Math Review module if you are already comfortable with math. Do what you are comfortable with.  This is not a graded assignment.  You will be expected, however, to demonstrate competency in dosage calculations by about mid-semester.     

Each module contains practice tests.  You are not required to complete all practice tests-unless you need the practice. Again, please do what is needed for your learning. Completing one module with all the practice tests may take up to 3 hours to complete.

*The 6 Dosage Calculation Modules To Be Completed Are As Follows:
Basic Math Review
Methods of Calculation
Systems of Measurement
Intake and Output
Reading Medication Labels
Administration of Oral Medications

Downlad Davis Plus training information

7. The Shift: One Nurse, Twelve Hours, Four Patients' Lives, by Teresa Brown
 The Shift chronicles events that occur during one 12-hour shift for one nurse working on an oncology ward. On orientation day, students will engage with faculty and their peers in a lively discussion about this New York Times bestselling book about nurses and the role they play in patients’ lives. To purchase The Shift, click here.

8. EHR Tutor

Please purchase EHR Tutor prior to Orientation. This important tool is $90. Detailed instructions for downloading EHR Tutor can be found here. Note: Please use your Emory email address when registering for EHR Tutor.

2018-19 Book Requirements for AMSN 

 Summer 2018

 1st Semester Book Requirements


NRSG310 Pathophysiology for Nurses

Huether, S. & McCance, K. (Eds.). (2016). Understanding Pathophysiology (6th ed.). (ISBN# 978-0323354097)


NRSG312 Foundations of Nsg Practice

Foundations Bundled Package (Emory)

ISBN: 978-0-8036-8462-1 (Bundle includes the 3 items listed below)

FA Davis


Wilkinson & Treas. Davis Nursing Skills Videos (DVD or online streaming format available at same price) ISBN-13: 978-0-8036-6058-

FA Davis


Treas & Wilkinson. Davis Edge for Basic Nursing: Thinking, doing, and Caring. 2nd edition. ISBN-13: 978-0-8036-5942-1

FA Davis


Martinez de Castillo & Werner-McCullough. Calculating Dosages Online

ISBN-13: 978-0-8036-4413-7

FA Davis


BUNDLED PRICE of the above 3 items is much cheaper than trying to buy individual items (additional 20% discount and free shipping if student orders from

FA Davis

NRSG314 Clinical Practicum I

EHRTutor (2-year license)


NRSG315 Population Health: Comm & PH Nsg

Stanhope & Lancaster (2016).Public Health Nursing, 9 edition. ISBN #978-0-323-32153-2


NRSG372 Prof Nsg: Concepts, Issues & Trends

Ann Fadiman. The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down.

Farrar, Straus, and Giroux

NRSG380 Health Assessment

Bates’ Guide to Physical Exam and History Taking, 12th edition ISBN #9781469891439


Recommended: Bates' Pocket Guide to Physical Examination and History Taking Lynn S. Bickley (2013)





Books may be ordered at the Emory University Barnes and Noble website.

or at 


Oxford Road Building
1390 Oxford Rd
Atlanta, GA 30322

You can contact the store directly at 404.727.6222

 Undergraduate Technology Orientation  

  1. Emory NetID, Password and Security – All Emory and Nursing School accounts use your Emory NetID and Password for login. These will get you into all of your Emory accounts and should give you access to most computers and services on campus. NEVER GIVE OUT YOUR NetID OR Password.  You must reset your Emory password at least once a year. The self-service portal for your password reset is Your primary email address is your Emory . Your email alias is what you normally use
  2. Emory Duo – Duo is a two-factor authentication system that Emory has implemented on multiple services to increase security. Duo is used for Emory email, OPUS, VPN and some PeopleSoft services. Duo is needed only when you are off campus using Emory services. For more information go to: OR the Duo self-service portal
  3. Technology Resources
    Nursing Technology– For info go to: . If you have a general question email:
    Emory Technology Support - For support contact Library and Information Technology Services (LITS) at 404-727-7777 or go to the Student Technology Support at Woodruff Library.  
    Emory email – login at  ; check your mail daily, account cannot be forwarded. 
    Canvas – Go to for login; Go to for support; All Nursing courses are in Canvas. Check your courses frequently for updates.
    OPUS – Go to ; check weekly; your official records, financials, etc
    Microsoft Office
    – To download log into your Emory Email account,  and click Office 365 logo. Emory students can install on 5 different computers. Emory students can install on 5 different computers
    Emory Box - Log in; you have 100GB of cloud storage; you can back up your files and share or collaborate with students or others
    Emory Software - Click on Software Express and login; this is software licensed by Emory for your use. If you do not have an up-to-date antivirus software on your computer download and install McAfee Antivirus. Also download and installEaglePrint driver for wireless printing on campus.
    Emory Unplugged wireless- Configure your computer and mobile devices to use Emory Unplugged wireless network. When you are on campus select Emory Unplugged network and authenticate with your Emory NetID and Password (see homework assignments).
    Library Training - Library training is open to students. EndNote class would be helpful. Being able to cite while you write is important. They also have PubMed and Literature Search classes. Go to:
  4. Emory Email on your Smart Phone – To put Emory Email on your smart phone follow Emory smart device security guidelines. You must: have a security PIN on your phone; allow your phone’s content to be encrypted; allow Emory to erase content of your phone if lost or stolen; and allow Emory to erase content of your phone if the password is entered incorrectly ten times. Information for Emory email to your phone or mobile device: iOS device or Android device.
  5. Have a Backup Plan – Back up your data frequently using Emory Box, Microsoft OneDrive (part of your Office 365 account), email or a separate backup drive. You must keep this up to date.
  6. Print, Copy FAX – Student printing and copying at Emory is managed via the Emory Card System. Please plan ahead and put money on your Emory Card. Go to . Printing costs B&W $0.07 single-sided $0.10 double-sided; Color $.30 single and $.40 double. Scan to email and FAX is free via the printer outside room 101.
    Printing (wired or wireless) Instructions – For complete instructions for printing on campus go to You can print wirelessly via EaglePrint using the driver or by going to MyPrintCenter,     and uploading your job. At the printer, swipe your card, select the job and release. Student printers are on the plaza level, first and second floors. The color multifunction printer is outside room 101
  7. Nursing Central – is a reference APP for your smart phone. You will receive an email from with the subject Emory Nursing Central Account Access. Follow the instructions to create your account, download the APP and then activate it by entering your new account information. If you don’t see the email please check your Junk Mail Folder. Emory has a site license, do not pay for this APP. You can use Nursing Central from a phone or login on your laptop. Support for Nursing Central is at: 
  8. ATI Testing – ATI Testing is a web-based testing and NCLEX-prep program. You will create accounts during orientation. Go: . Create an account or log into your existing account. During account creation, use your Emory email address and select “Emory U” from the list of institutions. Your class will get orientation to this during another session. For ATI your computer needs to meet the requirements on this webpage:
  9. EHR Tutor – EHR Tutor is a web based electronic health record training program. You will need to create an account and purchase a two-year license for $90. Go to and sign in using your Emory Email address, create a new student account and select Emory as your school.
  10. ExamSoft – Your BSN courses are using a testing program from ExamSoft called Examplify. In Examplify you will log in, download exams, open and take them. When complete, the exams are uploaded for grading and posting. We will guide you through installing Examplify on your computer and taking a practice exam early in the semester.

Listserv – Emory Nursing School uses Listservs to communicate with groups of students, faculty and staff. Please remember these are only for the official business of the School and do not use them for personal communications.

Faculty, Staff and All Students

Faculty and Staff                      


All Students                              

PhD Students                           

DNP Students                           

MSN Graduate Students        

BSN Seniors                              

BSN Juniors                               




Download Undergraduate Technology Orientation

Download Undergraduate Technology Checklist


A smart phone with a data plan is required for all nursing students. You will be required to use your smart phone as a reference tool in clinical settings. 

Many wireless carriers offer a student discount. Verizon Wireless offers a 15% discountAT&T offers a 15% discount on some charges. All smart phones and tablets are able to operate using Emory systems under these policy guidelines.


Emory University offers secure WiFi on campus for all students. We recommend that you choose a phone with WiFi capability.


All students are required to have a laptop computer for class. Most exams will be taken on the computer. Please review the minimum computer requirements below:


  • Processor: Intel Core i5 or i7 (or equivalent AMD processor)
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Hard Disk: 500 GB SATA or 256 GB solid state drive (SSD)
  • Removable Storage: Not necessary (DVD recordable, USB flash drive or external hard drive for backups recommended)
  • Display: 1024x768 minimum (1280x800, 13” display or larger would be better)
  • Networking: WiFi 802.11g (802.11n better, 802.11ac best)
  • Operating System: Windows 7/8.1/10 home premium or higher, Mac OS 10.8 or higher (Windows 7 starter or Home basic editions not recommended)


  • Modern Browser: Internet Explorer 10 or newer, Firefox (latest version), Chrome (latest version)
  • Microsoft Office 2010 Professional (or 2011 for Mac) (MS Office Free to Emory Students)
  • McAfee VirusScan Enterprise (Free to Emory Students)
  • Respondus Lockdown Browser (Free to Emory Students)
  • Additional software may be required.
2017 Admitted Students' Day