How to Write the Emory Supplemental Essays 2019-2020

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Emory University was founded in 1836 in Oxford, Georgia. While Emory moved to Atlanta in 1915, thanks to support from the Coca-Cola Company, it still maintains a liberal arts-focused campus in Oxfordgiving students the unique opportunity of being able to start their undergraduate career at either a research university, or liberal arts college. After two years, the students at the Oxford campus automatically continue their studies at the Atlanta campus. 

 

Emory’s acceptance rate for the Class of 2023 was 15%. The Oxford campus’ acceptance rate for the same year was 19%. Emory’s median SAT was 1500, and the median unweighted GPA for admitted students was 3.92. With such high academic standards and a low acceptance rate, it is important to demonstrate your interest in Emory through their supplemental essays. Want to become an Emory Eagle? Keep reading to gain insight into tackling Emory’s supplemental essays for the 2019-2020 college application season. Want to know your chances at Emory? Calculate your chances for free right now.

 

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Required Essay #1:

Option A: Share about something you want to bring from your community to the Emory University community.