Academic Counseling

All students are assigned a faculty major advisor in the chosen field of study. In addition to faculty advisors, the Office for Undergraduate Education offers academic advisors who assist students with course planning, degree progress, and navigating challenges or concerns. For more information, please visit Academic Advising.

Student Employment Opportunities

Emory University allows all students (with or without DACA) to gain valuable work experience as a practical way to contribute to the cost of education. These positions are classified as either Federal Work-Study (FWS) or non-FWS part-time employment. For more information on current employment opportunities please visit the Student Employment section of the Financial Aid Office.

Mental Health Support

Emory University’s Counseling and Psychological Services and the Office of Spiritual and Religious Life, provides confidential assistance for students, including crisis intervention, referrals and community outreach services.