Campus Life Org Chart

Campus Life Org Chart

Emory Campus Life Departments


This team identifies opportunities for philanthropic support that enables alumni, parents, and friends to enhance student life at Emory. Funding priorities include:

Athletics and Recreation

Donor gifts support varsity, club, and intramural teams and strengthen the student-athlete experience.

Barkley Forum

Support builds the student travel fund and bolsters volunteer opportunities related to this nationally recognized, award-winning debate team and community-service organization.

Campus Life Fund for Excellence

Annual contributions allow the vice president and dean to invest in strategic priorities that enhance the student experience throughout the year.

Student Involvement, Leadership, and Transitions

Donors can help students turn ethics into action through leadership and service programs, including Volunteer Emory.

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The Department of Athletics oversees Emory varsity sports. The competitive success of its intercollegiate teams provides an example of community building and the ancient ideal of harmoniously balancing body, mind, and spirit.

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The Barkley Forum for Debate, Deliberation, and Dialogue strives to embody every aspect of Emory's vision statement. Programmatic decisions are driven by a desire to assist in making Emory a "destination university internationally recognized as an inquiry-driven, ethically engaged, and diverse community, whose members work collaboratively for positive transformation in the world through courageous leadership." Competitive debate, community outreach, and campus engagement activities all support the holistic development of students, helping them to become leaders who change the world for the better.

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The Career Center advises undergraduate students on career decision-making, employment opportunities, academic programs, and internships that will enhance their professional development. The center also develops relationships with employers and graduate/professional schools promoting the recruitment of students and alumni. The focus of the center is to help students develop the self-awareness and skills to explore career choices, assess their skills, and interests to make exceptional career choices.

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The Center for Women at Emory helps Emory University provide the best possible environment for women as students, scholars and employees. We advocate for gender equity throughout the University; provide resources and skill-building opportunities; and bring faculty, students, practitioners, activists, and other learners together to examine gender issues and work toward ethical solutions.

We focus our work in these areas:

Women's Leadership Development
Preparing diverse groups of women to be leaders in their professional and personal lives, and preparing all genders to be leaders in gender equality.

Gender Based Education
Providing practical gender based educational programs and resources related to women's physical, mental, spiritual, and financial health.

Institutional Transformation 
Creating complex, multifaceted, and integrated transformation to policies and procedures that affect women.

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CCE promotes, coordinates and supports civic and community engagement efforts of the Emory community through learning, service and engaged scholarship to the campus, metro Atlanta and beyond. The CCE partners with students, staff and, faculty committed to doing meaningful service in the community. Currently, the CCE facilitates over 150 partnerships with numerous nonprofits, governmental agencies and community groups to address a range of important social issues.

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This office manages ECL's website, social media, video, photo, graphic design, editorial services, and executive messaging to ensure accurate and consistent articulation of the organization’s mission, vision, and goals.

Communications Philosophy

To produce concise, relevant, timely, and compelling information grounded in a comprehensive content strategy that is nimble and adaptable in serving audience needs. The office creates value through mission-driven information, news, narratives, and integrated campaigns that make a positive difference in the lives of Emory students, faculty, staff, and other members of the university community.

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The Community Portfolio is a collective of student-facing departments whose purpose is to enhance collaboration and synergy to promote a sense of belonging and community and to develop a healthy, socially just, ethically engaged, and inclusive community of citizens poised to challenge and transform the world.

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Conference Services is a full-service summer conference operation catering to people of all ages, backgrounds, and interests (both Emory and non-Emory affiliated). No matter the size or scope of your organization, Conference Services staff are dedicated to delivering the best conference experience.

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Counseling and Psychological Services provides free, confidential counseling for undergraduate, graduate, and professional students. Consultation, outreach, and educational workshops are provided for faculty, staff, and students.

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Responsible for the operations of on-campus food locations as well as Emory Catering. The department is committed to delivering an innovative dining experience with a focus on health, nutrition, and sustainability.

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The Finance Service Center, with its human resources component, supports the financial and human resources needs of all departments in Emory Campus Life.

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The Office of Health Promotion contributes to students' success in and out of the classroom by providing resources, healthy skill-building consultations, group education interventions and training, campus initiatives, and mentoring for future public health professionals.

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Responsible for the administration of residential facilities, the Housing Office builds community and supports students in all aspects of their college lives.

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The mission of the Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Life is to engage the university community in the creation of an affirming and just campus environment while supporting the development of students of all gender and sexual identities. Within our mission, we focus on different areas to best engage our students.

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The Ombudsperson is an individual to whom students may speak regarding a problem, conflict, or concern. The office is neutral and independent of the administration. It provides a private sounding board and source of assistance to help students find the right resources, navigate Emory systems, and figure out their next steps in addressing academic or non-academic concerns.

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This office collaborates with Emory Campus Life units and university colleagues to engage alumni and families in the life of the university.

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The office is driven by an enduring commitment to building inclusive and racially just communities through courageous inquiry of the nature of race and its impact on individual, cultural, and communal development.

The Office for Racial and Cultural Engagement (RACE) provides opportunities for the Emory community to explore concepts of race and racial justice. We promote dynamic and cohesive learning communities by creating space for individual, cultural, and communal development. This is done while observing our three tenets: Education & Awareness, Activism, and Identity Development. Overall, we encourage and challenge individuals to explore racial identities and enhance their awareness of exploration of why and how race informs identity development. 

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The Department of Recreation oversees Emory club and intramural sports, as well as Play Emory, which provides a myriad of facilities and programs that promote sustainable fitness and wellness principles.

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Responsible for the administration of all residential facilities, the Office of Residence Life builds community and supports students in all aspects of their college lives.

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Social Justice Education envisions the full and equal participation of all groups in a society that is mutually shaped to meet their needs (adapted from Adams, Bell, & Griffin, 2007).

Social Justice Education engages the Emory community in the creation, execution, and evaluation of efforts to develop the capacity of its members to effectively advocate for equitable changes in society that dismantle systems of oppression.

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The Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life (OSFL) supports positive living and learning communities that are strengthened through the bonds of brotherhood and sisterhood.

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Student Center Operations and Events staff support programming and building operations for the Emory Student Center, which serves as the campus' main student union, and provide meeting services.

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The Office of Student Conduct reviews and resolves alleged misconduct by undergraduates in a way that balances the developmental needs of the student, the community’s needs as a whole, and the university’s responsibility to treat all students with dignity and fairness.

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Student Health Services provides outpatient care for Emory students and other qualifying dependents. Rather than drawing distinctions between mental and physical wellbeing, we encourage a holistic approach to building healthier minds, bodies, and spirits.

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Where students pursue passion and achieve connection to advance a global society.

To cultivate purpose in students through transformative experiences that promote engagement, learning, intercultural competency, and community building.

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The Office of Student Success Programs and Services (SSPS) includes Student Intervention Services (SIS), the 1915 Scholars Program, and veterans assistance.

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The Office of Technology and Bookstore Relations (OTBR) offers a variety of technological platforms to Emory Campus Life departments, as well as maintains, shapes, and promotes the bookstores' positive contribution to Emory's diverse learning community.

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Community Portfolio Departments

The Community Portfolio is a collective of student-facing departments whose purpose is to enhance collaboration and synergy to promote a sense of belonging and community and to develop a healthy, socially just, ethically engaged, and inclusive community of citizens poised to challenge and transform the world.