With the exception of a few old, worn-down freshman dorms (which are scheduled to be demolished in 2012), Emory's facilities are immaculate and state-of-the-art. All of the buildings add to the beautiful and scenic campus. Nearly every classroom on campus is equipped with a projector, computer, network connection, whiteboard, and multiple outlets for students' laptops and other electronics. The technology is also very easy to use, so many students take advantage of empty classrooms and use them as study rooms, whether it be as a group or by themselves. Cox computer lab is full of computers and group study areas and even has several personal computer hubs outfitted with pillows and cushions for comfort.
The DUC, the main student center on campus, has every type of electronic and appliance one could ask for, and many students spend hours on end here studying or socializing with friends. Woodruff Library is also decked out with the latest technology and contains several computer labs on the lower floors, while the upper four or five floors are designed for solo studying and contain private study cubbies for students. Lastly, Emory's athletic facilities are outstanding. Many Division I schools do not have facilities as nice as Emory's facilities, which are home to Division III sports. The Woodruff P.E. Center is home to numerous basketball courts, a soccer field, outdoor and indoor tracks, an Olympic-sized swimming pool, a hot tub, a fully equipped weight room, tennis courts, and many more facilities. Whether you are a varsity athlete or simply a student looking to get in shape or shoot some hoops, the WoodPEC has all you need and more. Overall, Emory students are very blessed and privileged to have so many outstanding resources and technology at their fingertips.