Housing & Transportation

For the third year in a row, Atlanta was the country's most popular place to move according to Yahoo Finance. It's easy to see why. Atlanta is a diverse city with many historic sites, big city perks, the world's largest aquarium, wonderful restaurants and a thriving cultural scene. A city punctuated by green spaces and neighborhoods (including Decatur, Virginia Highlands, Grant Park, Inman Park, Little Five Points, Medlock Park, University Heights, Midtown, Buckhead and Sweet Auburn), each with a different personality, Atlanta offers something for everyone.


Emory University does not offer on-campus housing for graduate and professional students. However there are a number of housing resources available to graduate and professional students.

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Emory University works closely with Georgia Commute Options to offer programs and incentives to help make your commute easier. Visit Emory’s Transportation Service site for information on carpool, vanpool, public transportation and bicycling programs and the Cliff shuttle system.

Parking on the Emory campus is either designated for visitors or requires a valid permit. Visit Emory’s Parking Services site for information on parking registration, locations, rates, and parking rules and regulations.

Emory's Transportation and Parking Services office has compiled helpful resources for the Emory community. Review a complete list of Transportation and Parking Services' frequently asked questions.