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Emory College grads achieve excellent outcomes in job market and grad school

Emory College’s emphasis on liberal arts skills and experiential learning continues to prepare graduates for life after college. A recent survey shows that 97% of 2023 graduates were working or continuing their education six months after Commencement.

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"We already attract really, really strong students. We do not want a financial obligation to be a burden or a hurdle between a student being admitted and becoming enrolled and graduating."

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