Emory Locations

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Briarcliff Campus:

  • Briarcliff Campus: Includes an empty, 5-story office building with conference rooms, auditorium, lobby, and basement. Built in 1960’s
  • Candler Mansion: Abandoned 3 story mansion, built in 1920’s, with multiple large rooms, fireplaces, wooden floors and chandeliers

Emory Event Spaces:

  • Emory Conference Center and Hotel: Emory Conference Center and Hotel: a Frank Lloyd Wright designed Hotel situated on a 26-acre forest preserve equipped for conferences, business meetings, weddings, and personal travel; additional information is available at: http://www.emoryconferencecenter.com/
  • Houston Mill House: Historic home and event space of Georgian Fieldstone style, constructed in the 1920’s; includes dining room, lower terrace, brick courtyard, and small upstairs meeting rooms
  • Miller Ward Alumni House: 7,600 square foot meeting and event space with dining rooms, fountain, lobby, and living room area
  • Schwartz Performing Arts Center: Performance venue, auditorium, stages, art gallery/lobby, pipe organ, classrooms, practice theater space, dance studios, study area; the interior Emerson concert hall is an 800-seat hall with choral balcony and orchestra pit.

Emory Main Campus Buildings:

  • 1762 Clifton Road Building: Office building
  • Canon Chapel: Built in 1981 of Brutalist architectural style, the building contains a large chapel, pipe organ, meeting space, and academic classrooms
  • Career Center: Located inside the B Jones Center, contains a lobby and private meeting rooms
  • Chemistry Building: Contains classrooms, labs, computer labs, and offices
  • Glenn Memorial Church: includes sanctuary, classroom spaces, a pipe organ, and large foyer
  • Goizueta Business School: Includes tiered classrooms, conference rooms, offices, outdoor auditorium, and green space
  • Law School: Contains classrooms, lecture halls, green space, a courtyard, a library, and auditoriums
  • Psychology Building: Contains classrooms, lecture halls, auditoriums
  • Rollins School of Public Health: Contains classrooms, pedestrian bridge, computer labs, rooftop space with windows, lecture halls, auditoriums, greenspace and a cafeteria
  • School of Nursing: Contains classrooms, labs, lecture halls, auditoriums, and a large central staircase
  • School of Medicine: Large marble building with modern interior, contains classrooms, conference rooms, lecture halls, a catwalk, auditoriums
  • Site of Former Ronald McDonald House: Empty two-story house with multiple rooms, vintage-looking bathrooms and kitchen
  • Woodruff Health Sciences Center Administration Buidling: contains large lobby, an auditorium/theater, meeting spaces, brutalist architecture
  • Woodruff Library: Contains classrooms, small café, study rooms, computer labs, a museum area, book rooms, archives, large lobbies, spiral staircase, book stacks, office space, and meeting spaces
  • Woodruff PE Center/Gym: Contains typical elements of a gym- pool, basketball courts, climbing walls, tennis courts, indoor track, racquetball courts, dance studios, an outdoor track, multi-use field, exercise equipment, etc.

Emory Medical Facilities:

Emory Outdoor Spaces:

  • Emory Campus Exteriors
  • Lullwater: Woodland preserve includes exterior shots of the president’s mansion (a historic Tudor-Gothic revival style house built in 1926), several waterfalls, dirt and paved trails, Candler Lake, a wood and steel pan bridge, powerhouse ruins 

Emory Oxford Campus (Covington, GA):

  • Oxford Campus: Emory’s original smaller, older college campus located 38 miles from the Atlanta campus. Some buildings date back to 1800s: includes chapel, study hall once used as a civil war hospital, classrooms, dorms, a quadrangle, a gym, art studios, a newly renovated library.

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