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It’s the symbol for and.

And, it’s our promise to you.

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We give you a real-world roadmap to connect

what you’re learning to what you love.

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“This college has opened so many doors for me. I’ve been able to connect more deeply with my roots, seeing as both my grandparents attended in the 60s. And, I have been able to access so many more opportunities through the dedication and passions of the students and staff around me.”  

—Layne Hubble ’20 on exploring her connection with Emory & Henry College.

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Jayden Rosenboro (middle) and his co-workers.

Rosenboro Plays Ball!

Jayden Rosenboro worked with the Nashville Sports League as a summer intern, aiding in the planning and promoting of several sports leagues.
File Your FAFSA

FAFSA Opens October 1

The 2020-2021 FAFSA® form is now available! If you are a new or current student, you’ll need to file your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) each year starting on October 1 for the following spring or fall enrollment. You can now use the myStudentAid mobile app to complete the FAFSA on your phone. File your FAFSA today!
Travis Proffitt teaches honors transitions class

Professor and Students Study the Value and Importance of Banned Books

The week of September 22 is recognized as national Banned Books Week. For Travis Proffitt’s class, the subject of banned books is a semester-long discussion.  This is the second year that Proffitt, the director of academic diversity at Emory & Henry, has taught the course to first-year honors students.

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  • Oct 19
    Location: Emory & Henry College 24327
    Time:  All Day
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