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As an Emory parent, you know better than anyone that the student experience is of the utmost importance. Emory Parent Giving is a collection of giving opportunities focused on academic schools and campus resources to elevate and enhance student experiences at Emory. 

For Emory Day of Giving, we are highlighting

Student Flourishing Fund supports the four dimensions of the student journey: academic experience, professional pathways, purpose and meaning, and community and well-being. Directed by Provost Ravi Bellamkonda, funding for student flourishing reaches across campus from foundational support of our undergraduate schools to experiential learning and career discernment via the new Pathways Center, and touches campus life’s renewed commitment to student wellness and a culture of community and belonging buttressed by reflection and ethics through the Emory Purpose Project.

Emory College Fund for Excellence supports scholarships, faculty and student research, and academic programming that creates an unparalleled liberal arts experience. 

BBA Curricular Initiatives provides support for new BBA offerings as part of a redesigned curricular, including initiatives such as new BBA Boardrooms, sponsoring BBA Case Competitions, support for enhanced faculty/student interaction, underwriting student participation in the Leadership Reaction Course and more.  

Nursing Fund for Excellence supports areas of greatest need at the School of Nursing. 

Oxford Class Gift secures the funds needed for the Oxford experience and community-building that deepen student engagement with Oxford and all that it encompasses. An enhanced student experience will increase Oxford’s student satisfaction by building a stronger sense of community and belonging among students. Each year, parents, alumni, faculty, staff, emeriti, and students donate to the Oxford Class Gift. 

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