Location
Emory, VA
Undergrads
885
Tuition
$28,122
Admission Difficulty
Easy
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Reviews 158 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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4 College Sophomore

Facilities: take money from football and arts, for other areas

3 College Sophomore

Nightlife: I am not much into the party scene

3 College Sophomore

Campus Dining: For a small school, our dining options are below average. There are only 3 options on campus and one is only open at lunch

4 College Sophomore

Health & Safety: Emory and Henry does not have problems with sexual assault. Word gets around quickly in our campus, but since I have been there, no such incidents have occurred

3 College Sophomore

Greek Life: As a small school, our greek life over achieves. The m=small school size does allow for tight-knit groups

2 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Housing: Other than one apartment complex, which rarely has a vacancy, there are no affordable options for off campus housing in the area

4 College Sophomore

Guys & Girls: I find that our campus, as a liberal arts school, is focused on the liberal arts. Our athletic programs can sometimes lack in flare, while our arts centers flourish

4 College Sophomore

Diversity: Our campus is very ethnically and socially diverse in the classroom and on the athletic fields, which we believe is rare for such a small school

3 College Sophomore

Athletics: As a smaller school, competing with larger schools is difficult, but they are still important to the integrity of the school.

5 College Sophomore

Academics: Our school pushes students to excel in all areas

5 College Sophomore

Academics: Both the education and history department are stellar

4 College Sophomore

Majors: Student instructor for a freshmen level geography course

4 College Sophomore

Majors: Hand selected for the position by the professor.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Strictness: I get called down right much during football season, if it's a night game. It also happens during basketball season. I get a little loud after quite hrs. and the RA has to come up and tell me to calm down it's just a game. Other than that they are ok , except one, he thought we were drinking cause he had his ear against the door and we were playing a drinking game, but not with alcohol. So he goes and gets security. When they come in and see we aren't, I still got in trouble because I was in the room where there were empty alcoholic beverage bottles/cans from the night before. But, I don't drink and the RA knew that. But I was fined $50 and a letter was sent home to my parents. I didn't appreicate that, when everyone knows I don't drink. That could have affected my position on the football team and I usen't even the one that drank them. I also got 3 or 4 tickets back to back for parking in the grass.There was no where for me to park near my dorm, but he kept giving me tickets and I was balling them up and throwing them on the ground. I told him I had no were to park. Didn't matter. To me that is ridicilous. When there's an event going on people park in the grass. Especially football game day.

1 College Sophomore

Campus Dining: At the beginning it was the worst, at the cafe. The selection was horriable, the quality was horrible, including taste. It made me sick as so as I ate it. Straight to the bathroom as soon as it hit my stomach. It had improved near the end of the year. They had someone to come in and change things. They do have a Macado's on campus that you can use your flex dollars, which is part of the meal plan you purchase and you can use your flex dollars and/or cash plus card at the 2 deli's they have. Macado's and The Hut were the 2 places that were the best.

5 College Sophomore

Academics: The professors overall are great, as always you may have one or two that are a sticklier. The cirriculum is great, I even changed my major before starting in the fall, and they were right on it, so it got worked around my football schedule. Regisration process was smooth with no problems. The workload is not overwhelming as a football player. They do have study sessions, which I love. I am dyslexic and have a reading comprehenion problem, and those study sessions are great. I also have the extra help available if needed through the student resourse center, in and out of the class room.

5 College Sophomore

Academics: It has the best Mass Communications and Media curriculum around. It includes in front and behind the camera aspects. The advertising, articles, statistics, and so much more, that are not available at other schools. Theirs is state of the art. The program has internships and job opportunties on and off campus. Workload isn't bad, and the facilities are great.

5 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: I came in as a football recruit. Out of all other colleges visited, they were the nicest. While visiting other colleges, I was there the entire time and not one person even spoke to me, but the one showing me through the field house, and he acted like he didn't have time for me. I was in the field house at Emory & Henry College waiting for the elevator and within 2 minutes or less, I was approached by another player that had come into the field house, and as he walked by he spoke, shook my hand, introduced himself, and position he played. Ask me if I was there as a recruit, ask my name and what position I played. Shook both my parents hands and introduced himself to them. Told me he hope to see me in the fall and good luck. I turned to my parents and said I am going here. I felt welcomed and still do. They arranged to have a golf cart to take us around campus, because my mother had torn something in her knee and couldn't walk up and down hills and steps. They even done that for her and another women that had a brace on her knee, and she couldn't walk, on orientation day. They were and still are very accommanding if you need assistance. No matter who you are.

4 College Sophomore

Guys & Girls: Just average college students. Some look better than others as in the world. So are nicer, funnier, and friendlier, same as the world outside the college. They dress as college girls do, so more conservative than others, but overall normal. But, the majority have a great social life and relationships with both guy and girl friends. Some have a great social life and relationships, and then there are some that don't want one, they prefer to be a loner and read and study. But for the majority, both girls and guys mingle and have great friendships and individual relationships.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Most of the old housing have been renovated, and some new dorms have been built. It is an old college, but a lot better than some I know. They all are clean, quality is good to great, just depends on if you are in a new or old dorm. There social atmosphere is great. They cost seems to be right a long with most private colleges that small. Convenience is great, not to fair from things. The process of housing has not been a problem for me, don't know recall about anyone else having any.

5 College Sophomore

Scholarships: We have a great Academic Resource Center. They are always there to assist you in anyway they can. If you have overlooked a form, or haven't completed any financial aid needed, they are so great about sending email reminders, as many times as they need and if they don't get you that way. They will call you. They are just awesome.

3 College Sophomore

Diversity: As always there is going to be ones that do and don't support sexual orientation. Haven't seen any ethnic/racial, economic background diversity. There is always diversity in political and religion beliefs. But as a student you are allowed to make that known in class if the subjects are discussed. No one seems to treat you different for speaking out about your beliefs in these areas.

5 College Sophomore

Athletics: We have great student and faculty involvement. The teams performance are getting better, which weren't bad to begin with. A couple still struggle but we support each other. Depending on the sport, there is fan support. As always football brings in the crowd as long as we keep winning. A lot of school spirit. We have the best athletic facilities, but what needs involvement there are working on it.

3 College Sophomore

Facilities: We have a variety of all the mentioned topics. There is always something going for you to do if you are interested.

5 College Sophomore

Facilities: We have the best Division 3 Field house in football. It's awesome. Most of all the facilities are being renovated, like dorm rooms. New buildings are being built. My school sees there is improvement needed and they are getting it done.

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