Alumni & Giving

Invest In Emory College

Emory College of Arts and Sciences—just one generation ago—was an excellent regional liberal arts college. Today we operate as the dynamic research-intensive liberal arts engine of a leading university with global reach and influence. For our faculty and students on the front-line of discoveries, support from donors at all levels is crucial.

We are grateful to you for being part of our past and present, and we hope that you share our excitement about Emory College’s future. Your support empowers students and faculty members alike to positively transform the world.

A gift to scholarships can make all the difference in the life of a student and to the lifeblood of Emory. Scholarship funding allows us to attract and support the brightest students. In a time when financial support for students and families is increasingly important, and when we face fierce academic competition in the academic marketplace, we must increase the amount of funds available for scholarship. Donors have the power to change - through endowed gifts and annual gifts - our ability to provide scholarships. When you give to Emory College, you ensure that the best students become Emory students and that their experiences here enable them to shape the world.

Hank 80B P10 and Lisette Siegel 80C P10 created an endowed scholarship to help a talented student have a life-changing experience.

Emory College's faculty of path-breaking scholars are changing our understanding of the world around us, are redefining the direction of scholarship in their disciplines, and are highly effective teachers and mentors. Our faculty define what is possible for Emory College. Financial support for faculty is the foundation for determining what is possible in their research, for creating a destination and thriving community for world-class scholars, and for supporting their excellence in teaching. Gifts that support faculty at all levels - from named chairs and professorships to contributions to research funds - directly influence Emory's ability to ask - and answer - the world's most important questions.

Professor Deborah Lipstadt and Holocaust survivors

Students in Emory College learn in and outside of the classroom. Experiential learning through activities like study abroad and undergraduate research are an important part of the student experience. It is through experiences as different and diverse as writing a thesis on fashion and political identity in the Middle East to creating entrepreneurial solutions to reduce malnourishment in South Asian slums that our students learn how to apply their growth in the classroom to life in the real world. Gifts to support experiential learning transform student's understanding of themselves and the world around them.

Stephanie Spangler 12C is a teacher today because of a transformative research experience.