Educational Resources

Counseling and Career Services

Counseling and Career Services (CCS) offers a range of services that promote personal, interpersonal, vocational, and professional development of Oxford College students. As a whole, CCS engages students in developing insights and skills for application to the many dimensions of their lives.

We facilitate students’ exploration and discovery of their identities and aspirations, guiding them to use the various resources available to them. Whether we invite reflection, offer empathy and support, help create opportunities for discernment, or guide their navigation of barriers and challenges, our aim is to enhance their academic experience and overall growth toward lifelong flourishing.

Our career services help students explore the many dimensions of career planning and life design. This process includes cultivating certain mindsets: curiosity, a willingness to try new things, the ability to reframe a problem and ask for help and failing forward. We also guide students through discovery of their values and interests, deciding a major, exploring a suitable career, and creating meaningful summer experiences. We also provide help related to writing or revising resumes, cover letters, and their overall professional presentation.

Our licensed clinical counselors help students address a range of student development and mental health concerns, attending to and respecting the many culturally informed perspectives and experiences reflected in our diverse student body. In addition to offering individual counseling, psychiatric evaluation, medication management, and crisis intervention, we play a key role in promoting a campus that values support and care in the student campus culture.

CCS services are confidential and covered by the fees student pay as part of their enrollment at Oxford. For additional information, please refer to the CCS website at or call the office during business hours at 770.784.8394.

Department of Accessibility Services

The Department of Accessibility Services (DAS) works in partnership with the college and students to help provide equal access to educational opportunities for students with disabilities. In order to ensure access and accommodations that support students to attain their academic goals, DAS staff and our campus partners work actively to reduce barriers in the physical, electronic, and social environments of the campus. These practices encourage accessibility for all learners who wish to participate in what Oxford College and Emory University have to offer. To register for services, please visit our website for more information at

Information Technology Facilities

Oxford College Information Technology (OCIT) team aligns the robust technology needs of our students, faculty, and staff with the academic mission of the College.

Getting Help

In Person: Student Technology Support; The Oxford Library, Monday - Friday, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm Online: Open an AskIT ticket Call: 404.727.7777 (M-F 7am-6pm)

Internet/ Wi-Fi
Our campus is blanketed with high-speed wireless internet access for everyone to enjoy on the Emory Unplugged network. A separate network provides wireless connectivity for game consoles, internet TVs, Rokus, Apple TVs, and other Wi-Fi enabled devices. Instructions for connecting all of your devices can be found here.

EaglePrint stations are available in the residence halls, the Club Hub in the Student Center, and the Library. Single-sided printing is $0.07 black/white, and $0.30 for color. Double-sided printing is $.05 black/white and $0.20 color. These fees are charged against your EagleDollars account. Wireless printers are not permitted in the residence halls.

Free Software
While at Emory, you may download and install MS Office Suite (including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote) onto five different devices. This software suite is the preferred, and often required, software for use in your classes. Instructionsforinstalling Microsoft Office can be found here.

Cloud Storage
All students receive 1 TB of cloud storage through Microsoft OneDrive. Upload and save documents, pictures and videos. You can access OneDrive through your Emory email.


As an academic and social hub of the Oxford College campus, the library works to support students, faculty, and staff in their academic pursuits and build an inclusive community of collaboration. By providing student-centered services, resources, and spaces, we are dedicated to empowering students to think critically about and ethically engage with information. The library is a gateway to resources from across the University and offers a diverse collection of print and digital materials, technology rich spaces for exploration and play, and a commitment to excellent service. Within an environment of holistic community engagement, we invite users to participate in personal growth, information literacy instruction, learning and research opportunities, and preservation of the history of Oxford College as a part of the larger University. We are proud to accompany users either in person or virtually on their journeys of discovery, research, and learning.

Research Practices Library Instruction Program

Collaboration between librarians and faculty provides course integrated library instruction, helping students maximize the resources available to them and become skilled and critical information consumers. The Research Practices instruction program orients students to the nature and processes of research and critical inquiry. Librarians work with faculty members from all departments across campus to design a library instruction session unique to their class and one that meets instructor-selected student learning outcomes.

Librarians' Office Hours

One-on-one research help with a librarian is available in dedicated research consultation areas and virtually. Students may drop in for a research consultation or make an appointment for more in-depth help.


Oxford students have access to the following resources and services:
  • Library staff may be reached by phone, email, text message, or chat services for
  • Library is open 24 hours Sunday – Thursday, and is open until 1am on Fridays and until midnight on Saturdays, when school is in session.
  • Students have full access to the extensive print and electronic resources of all the Emory University Libraries, including 4 million print and electronic volumes, 100,000+ electronic journals, and internationally renowned special collections.
  • Unique collections include graphic novels and
  • Items requested from any of the Atlanta campus Emory libraries are delivered directly to the Oxford
  • Interlibrary Loan request system allows you to obtain the resources you need if they are not available at one of the Emory
  • Technology checkout including MacBooks and iPads, and a variety of A/V equipment, phone chargers, projectors, cameras, and tripods.
  • Technology-rich group study spaces may be reserved
  • Student Technology Support provided by Oxford College Information

More information about the Oxford library can be found on the website

Mathematics Center

The Mathematics Center offers help and support for all math classes taught at Oxford College. One-on-one tutoring from both faculty and student tutors is available Mondays through Thursdays in the afternoon (see the website referred to below for specific times).

Tutoring can be done either by appointment or on a drop-in basis. Students are encouraged to use the center as a place to do their math homework, asking questions of the faculty and student tutors as needed. For further information or for additional help and resources for some courses (in the form of written and video tutorials), please refer to the Mathematics Center website.

Multilingual and English Language Learners

The First-Year Writing Program offers dedicated sections of first-year writing designed for students for whom English is an additional language (English 186: Writing and Inquiry in the Liberal Arts for Multilingual Students). Students in this course engage in the same intensive practice in academic reading, writing, and research as students in other sections of first-year writing, but do so with other multilingual students and under the guidance of a professor with expertise in teaching English language learners. The course has a smaller class size and includes a dedicated undergraduate writing fellow. One-on-one tutoring is also available through the Writing & Communication Center.

Parking Rules and Regulations – Student Vehicle Registration

If you plan to bring a vehicle to Oxford College during the fall and/or spring semesters 2023–2024 and have not already registered your vehicle, you should do so at this site:

It is recommended that you register as soon as possible because parking permits are issued on a first-come, first-serve basis. The cost to register your vehicle for the school year is $125.00 per semester. The parking permit fee will be billed to your student account as part of the pre-term registration bill. Students must register their vehicle prior to June 15, 2023, for the fall semester to avoid an additional $25.00 late fee. If you plan to keep your vehicle on campus for both fall and spring semesters, you should register for both fall and spring semesters when registering. If for any reason, you determine that you no longer need a vehicle permit after obtaining one you can have a prorated credit provided to your student account after returning your parking hang tag permit to the Financial Services Office located on the first floor of Seney Hall. Questions about billing or refund credits should be directed to 770.784.4767 or email

Student parking permits will be available for new students during First Year Student Orientation. Returning students that register for a parking permit will be contacted by email about where to pick up their parking permit once they arrive on campus. It is important to verify that you have registered for a parking permit prior to bringing your vehicle to campus. Unpermitted vehicles will be ticketed! Please review parking regulations for further information

Residential Education and Services

Residential Education and Services (RES) contributes to student success by providing holistic support to students within the residential communities. RES is dedicated to promoting both personal and academic success by facilitating activities and experiences related to individual growth and leadership skill development.

Residential Education and Services is supported by a staff of student resident assistants (RAs) and professional residence life coordinators (RLCs) who live in the residence halls and coordinate programming efforts and activities for students.

Programming efforts give students opportunities to experience a campus atmosphere conducive to balancing scholastic achievement, leadership, and campus life. RES staff is knowledgeable about available campus resources to assist students in managing their academic endeavors and involvement outside of the classroom successfully.

Student Health Services

Student Health Services (SHS) provides high quality healthcare from a staff of nationally certified and experienced nurse practitioners. Students may schedule appointments for evaluation and treatment of their primary healthcare needs or concerns. Students commonly visit SHS for acute respiratory infections, dermatologic problems, minor injuries, sexual health care, sports physicals, Urgent Care or Emergency Room follow-ups, and provision of health/wellness information. Referrals to the college medical advisor or other physician specialists are made when situations necessitate further medical evaluation and treatment. Students do not pay for office visits to SHS but are responsible for costs of special services such as laboratory tests, prescription medicines, and visits to private physicians or clinics and hospital emergency rooms. Fees for special services may be billed through the Bursar’s office.

Students are responsible for notifying professors or instructors of absences caused by illness. SHS does not provide medical excuses for missed classes or examinations. SHS healthcare providers can supply the necessary documentation for extended illnesses or injuries, including those necessitating medical withdrawal from class. 

To obtain more information about SHS, please visit our webpage or call 770.784.8376.

Required Health Forms

SHS provides access to all the mandatory forms and documents through the Oxford Campus Student Portal, which can be found on our webpage or via OPUS.

Health Insurance

Students are required to have health insurance. Under this requirement, students are automatically enrolled in the Aetna Emory Student Health Insurance plan.

Students do have the option to waive out of the plan by providing documentation that their personal plan meets the criteria set by Emory. Students must successfully complete the wavier process online via their OPUS account, or they will be automatically enrolled and charged through the Student Financial Office. The wavier process must be done online via OPUS each year.

Supplemental Instruction

Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an academic assistance program that targets historically difficult courses at Oxford College. Faculty select and SI hires, trains, and oversees students who have demonstrated mastery of course material and leadership skills to lead weekly review sessions in future semesters SI is designed to help any student, not just the students who are not doing well in the class. On average, evidence supports that regularly attending SI sessions can increase a student's grade by a half to a full letter grade.

For further information, refer to the Student Services website.

Writing & Communication Center

The Oxford Writing & Communication Center (OWCC) supports all forms of student communication—whether for classroom, professional, public, or personal purposes—through individual consultations, college-wide workshops, and an onsite library of resources. The OWCC’s peer consultants are trained to support writing, presentations, or multimedia assignments for any class; they are also available at any point in the process, from brainstorming to argument development to polishing. Its mission is to help students grow as flexible communicators and thinkers. The OWCC is located in Pierce Hall 117, and appointments are recommended but not required. For more information, please visit the OWCC website at reserve an appointment, visit