General Emory Student Center Questions


During the academic year, students have 24 hour card access to the Emory Student Center.

General building hours are 7am-12am Monday through Saturday and 10am-12am on Sundays. The welcome desk is open 8am-8pm.  The schedule for the building and desk can vary depending on event needs or holidays.

The welcome desk can only accept debit/credit cards and as such does not have cash to make change. We accept all major debit/credit card companies excluding American Express.

All of the ATMs are on the first floor of the Student Center, between the Dobbs Common Table (DCT) and the Multi-purpose room (MPR). 
  • Bank of America
  • Emory Alliance Credit Union
  • SunTrust
  • PNC
Billiards, Foosball, and video game systems are located in the rec room on the 2nd floor of the Emory Student Center South Pavilion. Equipment can be rented with an Emory ID from the welcome desk.
Mail Services, which has moved to the first floor of Few Hall for Main Campus. If you live on the Clairmont Campus, Mail Services is located in the SAAC.
No. We cannot take liability for packages. Please take packages to Mail Services.

In partnership with the Emory College of Arts and Sciences, the Emory Student Center Welcome Desk offers poster printing for current Emory College or Laney students who are authors of the poster and meet the poster printing service requirements.

Please Note: Poster printing service is available on Mondays and Fridays before 3pm.

Lost and Found can be found at the Information Desk on Level 2 of the Emory Student Center.

Found items are held for 30 days maximum. After 30 days, if an item is not claimed, the item becomes the property of Emory University. Items may then be auctioned or sold with proceeds going to fund scholarships or various activities for the Emory community. Any remaining items are disposed of by donating to the charitable organizations.

Information staff will make every attempt to contact the owner if an email, a phone number or an address is located with the item.

Campus Questions


Oxford Road building, 1390 Oxford Road, Atlanta, GA 30322

Use Campus Map on the Emory mobile app to show directions.

The shuttle route information is available on the the Emory Transportation website (http://transportation.emory.edu/shuttles/index.html)

The Emory mobile app also includes a transportation section.

The Woodruff P.E. Center (called the Woodpec) is located across McDonough Plaza.

Guests can go with members (Source for rates: http://play.emory.edu/facilities/membership.html)

Ticket Questions


Yes. AT&T Dolphin Tales is included in Aquarium general admission. Advance reservations are required to ensure your entry to the show. Contact the aquarium for the specific show time(s). (source: http://www.georgiaaquarium.org/dolphin-tales/)

We do not sell Braves or Falcons tickets.

We do not know of other places on campus that sell them, and we recommend looking online at the stadium websites or Stubhub.

We do not sell tickets to the Fox Theatre. Check out our current listing of tickets for sale.

See table – Please check websites for updates.

Tickets Ages Includes Source
Aquarium 3-12 Georgia Aquarium’s TOTAL TICKET the basic admission ticket, which gets you access to all of the Aquarium’s public exhibits, shows and galleries. With just one transaction, you get admission to all six permanent galleries; our spectacular AT&T Dolphin Tales show; the animated Deepo’s Undersea 3D Wondershow theater; and admission to our changing exhibits when available Website
Zoo 3-11
(2 and under = free)
General admission. Zoo offers Keeper talks, interactive wildlife shows and animal feedings and demonstrations run year-round.  Website

We suggest you check with location as there are various promotions.  

Attraction On Site Price Source
Aquarium Total Ticket Onsite Purchase: (No Discount) Tickets purchased onsite at Georgia Aquarium on the day of your visit.
Adult (ages 13-64): $38.95 + tax
Child (ages 3-12): $32.95 + tax
Senior (age 65+): $34.95 + tax
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Adult (ages 12+) - $21.99 Child (ages 3-11) - $16.99 Child ages two & Under - FREE Website
Six Flags Full Price Tickets - Available at the park General Admission: $61.99 Children Under 48": $41.99 Children 2 & Under: FREE Website
Whitewater Full Price Tickets - Available at the park General Admission: $39.99 Children Under 48": $34.99 Children 2 & Under: FREE
Website

The space is reserved by departments at Emory, so we do not have information about shows at this time.

Emory students can use their student pass throughout the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra 2019/20 Season. Reserve your tickets 72 hours before each concert. 

*Please check this website for all the listings of upcoming concerts included in the seasonal pass.

Process to select tickets: 

1. Purchase Your Student Card

  • Your student card ID will be activated online 72 business hours after purchase.
  • To reserve seating before activation, call the Woodruff Arts Center Box Office at 404.733.5000.

2. Register Your Student Card Online

  • Register or log in here to Woodruff Arts Center.

3. Selecting Your Concert

  • After login, you will be redirected to the concert calendar.
  • Find the promo code field at the top right of the page and enter "Emory" followed by your 7 digit student card# (example: Emory3569862).
  • Student tickets will become available 72 hours before the eligible concert.
    • Seating is first-come, first-served.
    • Cardholder is eligible for 1 free ticket per concert, based on availability (companion tickets may be purchased at an additional charge).

For questions and assistance registering, please call the Woodruff Arts Center Box Office at 404.733.5000 or visit this website for more information.