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Emmanuel College

Emmanuel College is a four year, fully-accredited, private, Christ-centered, four-year, liberal arts institution which strives to prepare students to become Christ-like disciples who integrate faith, learning, and living for effective careers, scholarship, and service. Our 15:1 student-faculty ratio provides a personalized experience with professors who pray with you and know you by name. In fact, every one of our classes is taught directly by our faculty, 65 percent of whom hold a terminal degree, instead of teacher’s assistants or graduate students. With 99 percent of students receiving financial aid, Emmanuel is also a highly affordable private college. We offer more than 30 four-year majors, and the newest are graphic design and biology (pharmacy concentration). On our beautiful 150-acre campus in Northeast Georgia, we recently opened a new modern residence hall and a new 78,000 square-foot $10 million athletic facility. Request Information

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Most professors are fairly decent at what they do, but there really are some bad apples out there. It’s good to ask around about professors before you sign up for classes with them, especially if you have a choice on which professor to take for a course. 

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Letters of recommendation play a significant role in the college admissions process. Admissions officers turn to recommendation letters to get an idea of how others view you. Utilize these tips to get the best recommendations as possible.

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