Healthy living and holistic wellness are a vital part of the Emory Campus Life experience. Conor’s pre-med experience and volunteer work has given him a unique perspective on how Emory is on the forefront of college health care.

“I knew I wanted to be a doctor, and Emory was a great choice because there are so many healthcare opportunities. I never thought I would work in the student health immunization department, [but] I gained a lot of health care experience, even just as a pre-med student.”

— Conor Dahlberg 17C

Emory Campus Life is redefining student success by focusing on a holistic concept of physical, mental, and emotional well-being.

We believe that when you are well, you can do well. This philosophy and our commitment to the highest level of student wellness have made this institution a leader in university student health services.


We assist students with academic, medical, financial, and social challenges. For example, we offer 24/7 support for students in crisis and a food pantry for students in need. Other initiatives – including the Respect Program and the RespectCon annual conference – educate the university community regarding sexual violence.


Campus Life recently enhanced its Bias Incident Reporting system, created the Title IX coordinator and ombudsperson positions, and established the Office of Student Success Programs and Services to ensure that students receive care, no matter what their challenges.

Our Student Health Services unit has been awarded two successful national accreditations, and our team of health care professionals averages 20,000 individual student/patient visits annually. Offering on-call coverage 365 days a year, this operation is one of only 175 fully accredited college health centers nationwide.


With rising clinical demands, our Counseling and Psychological Services staff continues to respond efficiently and effectively to serve our students. In addition, CAPS is working diligently with increased student-led peer outreach efforts and online resources to dispel the mental health stigma among students.


individual student/patient visits over past four years


day/year on-call coverage