Help find the next generation of Emory.
Alumni are one of Emory's most important recruitment tools. No matter where you live, you can help Emory with one of its most important goals: recruiting the best possible students. The Alumni Admission Network (AAN) allows alumni to contribute to Emory in a meaningful way by assisting with admission opportunities in their local communities.
Engage with EmoryAssist with this educational program that teaches prospective students across the nation more about the university.
Alumni Voices of Emory
Share your memories, stories, and successes from your time at Emory with the newest class of first-year students.
Tell your story!
Attend college fairs on behalf of the university.
What does the AAN do?
The Alumni Admission Network serves to identify and recruit talented students to Emory, to create a network for students and families who have applied to or enrolled at Emory, and to build relationships with local high schools.
Goals of the AAN
The most important goal of the Alumni Admission Network is to encourage the most qualified and talented students to apply to Emory by supporting year-long admission efforts. You can help forward this effort by improving knowledge in your community of Emory and its admission criteria, and by serving as a local ambassador to the university. Being involved with this process will provide you with an opportunity to stay up-to-date with the university and strengthen your ties with the Emory community.
To learn more about the undergraduate admission process or to obtain additional information about the current undergraduate experience, please visit apply.emory.edu.
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