Student Life

Service Learning

Our curriculum emphasizes service learning, a teaching method that incorporates community service, for learning that lasts.

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Clinical Collaborations

Our students train in more than 500 clinical sites in Atlanta and beyond. At Emory, clinical placements are coordinated for you at no cost.

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Clubs and Organizations

At Emory, there are a multitude of opportunities to get involved around campus and in the community. Explore the many clubs and organizations that School of Nursing and Emory University have to offer.

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Simulation Lab

The School of Nursing's Charles F. and Peggy Evans Center for Caring Skills and the Wesley Woods Graduate Simulation and Skills Facility are used to promote patient care and safety.

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Career Planning

Our Office of Career Services provides a multitude of services to help you plan for your nursing career.

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Student Services

Emory Nursing students are successful across campus and beyond. Our student services include financial aid counseling and peer tutoring.

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Traditions

The traditions at the School of Nursing and Emory University make for a lively and close community.

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Health and Wellness

Emory's emphasis on health and wellness allows students to put their wellbeing first. The university offers extensive resources to promote healthy living.

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Honors Program

The Honors Program provides a challenging academic experience for our most intellectually gifted, motivated, and inquisitive students.

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Student Research

Emory Nursing students gain experience in research through a wide range of courses at all levels. 

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Handbooks
Download the most recent copies of our handbook, catalog, and other publications.
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Registration

Emory Nursing has new proceducres for registering for classes starting in Fall 2016.

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Choosing Emory was not difficult. I not only wanted to become a nurse practitioner, but I wanted to be a leader, and I knew Emory would help me become just that.

Lindsay Rovner
MSN Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Primary Care Program
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