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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

The Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes of Campus Activities

Remember that good old-fashioned children’s song “Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes”? What seemed like a silly childhood game actually represented much more. It fit the bill for both energizing kids and promoting kinetic intelligence. A simple Google search will unveil a variety of alternative verses to this popular children’s song. It seems songwriters, teachers, and children all enjoy creating unique lyrics to gain a renewed interest in learning. In a similar way, college campuses offer unique opportunities for student involvement. Delve into the lyrics of that song a bit more and you’ll find a foundation for campus activity involvement with a focus on ministry. With a head for learning, shoulders of a difference-maker, attitude of the knees, and toes for balance, campus ministry is brought to life through this song.

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Creating a College Budget

College is a time for you to learn money management skills because it is the first time you will be handling money without parental supervision. Whether your parents will be supporting you financially or you opt to get a part time job, it is crucial for you to learn how to budget now so you will have proper money management skills in the future. So before you go off to college, sit down now and use these tips to help you plan out a budget.

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Why You Should Encourage Your College Student to Get Involved On Campus

Most students go to college to learn.  Most know, or at least soon discover, that their academic work at college will be different than the work that they did in high school.  They are expected to spend more time studying and there is a higher level of thinking demanded.  But the college years are also about other kinds of learning.  Often much of this other learning happens outside of the classroom. 

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Start Off Your Freshman Year the Right Way

Your freshman year of college is an exciting time. You are starting a new adventure, and the next four years are probably going to be some of the best ones of your life. However, it is crucial to start out on the right track so you can make the most of your freshman year and the rest of your years in college. Here's how to start off college the right way.

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