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Our Students are our Future

Supporting student flourishing means helping them become thinkers and doers who value teamwork. It means creating an inclusive environment where our diverse student body feels at home and can focus on what matters: strengthening values, developing skills, preparing for advanced and professional studies, and pursuing their careers. Success empowers students to contribute to the world. Emory’s top priority is guiding students as they realize their potential and helping them to excel.

Student flourishing is about being intentional in how we prepare our students for both professional achievement and success in life—providing resources and creating space that allow students to find their purpose through critical thinking and self-reflection. 


For Emory Day of Giving, visit schools and colleges to see school-specific scholarship and experiential learning giving opportunities. Here are a few ways to support student flourishing across the university. Making a gift to any of the funds listed below will not count in the Students Flourishing tally above because it will count in the total for its associated program area (i.e. University-wide Initiatives, Campus Life, Rollins School of Public Health, etc.).

  • General University Scholarships replace student loans in Emory financial aid packages, ensuring that talented students with financial need can graduate debt free. 
  • Student Experience Fund strengthens community-building and class-year traditions that deepen student and alumni engagement with our university. Supporting the student experience will increase our retention rates, graduation rates, student satisfaction, and alumni engagement by building a stronger sense of community and belonging among students. 
  • Emory University Student Hardship Fund provides life-changing financial assistance to undergraduate and graduate students in need due to a crisis or catastrophic event. The fund is administered by the Office of Financial Aid in collaboration with student leaders.
  • Emory University Summer Internship Program supports the Emory Civic Scholars Program. Full-time students who demonstrate financial hardship may be able to accept an impactful but unpaid internship by applying for a $1,500 scholarship through the Civic Scholars Program.
  • Student Health and Counseling Services supports Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at Emory. CAPS provides various clinical services, community-level interventions, consultation, collaboration with campus partners, advising of student groups, and clinical training.

Donor Engagement Center Student Challenge
Our top 3 Donor Engagement students and the areas they chose to receive $250 each are: Maddy who chose the Student Hardship Fund, Anna who chose 1915 Scholars Program, and Sanjay who chose the Goizueta Business School Fund for Excellence!
800th Donor Challenge (Winner: Emory College Fund for Excellence)
Congratulations to Caroline Stewart who was Emory Day of Giving's 800th donor! $500 additional will go to the Emory College Fund for Excellence!
800 / 800 Donors
2,036th Donor Challenge (Winner: Oxford College Scholarship Fund)
Congratulations to James Vinson who was Emory Day of Giving's 2,036th donor! $500 additional will go to the Oxford College Scholarship Fund!
2,036 / 2,036 Donors
Go Big! 3,400th Donor Challenge (Winner: Emory College Scholarships)
An anonymous donor was Emory Day of Giving's 3,400th donor! An additional $500 will go to Emory College Scholarships!
3,400 / 3,400 Donors
Alumni Networks: Most Gifts Leaderboard
Emory’s regional and affinity networks are challenging each other to a friendly Emory Day of Giving competition: the eight networks chosen most often by Emory alumni when making their gifts will share $5,000 in bonus awards! Go to dayofgiving.emory.edu, choose “alumni” as your affiliation on the checkout page, and choose one of the 60+ participating networks.
Boost your Emory Alumni Network on the Network Leaderboard!
Rank Answer Gifts
1 ATL 60+ Network 142
2 NYC Network 65
3 ATL Over 40 Network 61
4 ATL Alumnae and Women 56
5 ATL Caucus of Black Alumni 45
6 ATL Young Alumni Network 39
7 DC Network 23
8 Tampa Bay Network 21
9 Chicago Network 20
10 Los Angeles Network 20
11 Houston Network 19
12 Boston Network 19
13 Nashville Network 19
14 Dallas – Fort Worth Network 18
15 EAVN - Advancement Volunteer 13
1,500th Donor Challenge (Winner: Women in STEM)
Congratulations to Cynthia Martinez who was Emory Day of Giving's 1,500th donor! $500 additional will go to the Women in STEM!
1,500 / 1,500 Donors
New Record: 2,800th Donor Challenge (Winner: Emory Alumni Board Leadership Scholarship Endowment)
Congratulations to Jule Taylor who was Emory Day of Giving's 2,800th donor! An additional $500 will go to the Emory Alumni Board Leadership Scholarship Endowment!
2,800 / 2,800 Donors
Alumni and Advisory Board Challenge
Congratulations to the following boards who each won $2,000 for the selected areas: •Most Participation - Oxford College Alumni Board selected Oxford Alumni Board Fund •Most Dollars - Emory Alumni Board selected the Emory Alumni Board Leadership Scholarship Endowment •Most Gifts - Emory Advancement Volunteer Network Chairs selected the Student Hardship Fund
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