Emory University

QuestBridge Scholars Network at Emory

Welcome aspiring students! The Emory QSN Chapter is home to one of the largest chapters in the nation, with nearly 300 students making up our community. Officially recognized by the university, our chapter continues to strengthen the socioeconomic diversity of the Emory campus by collaborating with other student-led organizations that emphasize the relationships between low-income Scholars.

Our chapter is well connected to a variety of resources throughout campus. Most notable is the close relationship we have with the admissions office. Our Scholars are on a first name basis with many admissions officers, and we regularly invite them to the many events we host throughout the year. Additionally, our work with the Career Center allows Scholars to have direct contact with staff who specialize in resume crafting and internship seeking. For those who prefer advice from their peers, our chapter hosts a Quest Mentoring Program which pairs two upperclassmen with freshmen to create a family. The Quest Mentoring Program holds an annual retreat to help freshmen learn about resources on campus and bond over fun games and activities.

We have monthly service events where we volunteer around the Atlanta Community with various organizations. We also have our annual study events in the fall and spring during finals where Scholars can eat and relax in one room and or study in a quiet room. Emory's QSN chapter has opportunities for freshman to become involved in committees and be a part of the executive board.

Upon arriving to Emory, the QSN Chapter hosts a huge Welcome Event that welcomes first-year students and returning upperclassmen alike. It allows both groups to get acclimated to the year ahead and provides a great opportunity to form friendships within our large chapter. At the Welcome Event, faculty and adminstrators impart their wisdom and interact with Quest Scholars through a formal dinner and reception. We hope that you continue to research this fabulous university, as we all feel our decision to attend Emory has truly been life changing.