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💙💛🍜🚌 Join our student videograph C. Li and Samah as they explore the city of Atlanta on the Emory Experience Shuttles (free shuttles to popular cultural hubs in the city, sponsored by the student-run Emory’s College Council). This week, they hit up the international food and grocery stores along Buford Highway. Find the full schedule here: #EmoryUniversity

Posted by Emory University Office of Admission on Friday, April 19, 2019

Check out this student-made video from Emory's Office of Admissions on our Experience Shuttles!
Credit: C. Li & Samah Meghjee

Experience Shuttles

Every semester the College Council schedules Experience Shuttles to take students to exciting events and places in and around the Metro Atlanta area.

The full schedule can be found on the Emory Transportation and Parking Services website under "College Council Experience."

Shuttles can be tracked in real time with Transloc. Look for the "Emory Experience" route. All events will be served by Emory Shuttles displaying "Emory Experience" on their screens.

If you have any other questions of suggestions please contact either of our Chiefs of Staff, Finn Johnston or Jannat Khan at



Lenox mall (January 27th and 28th)
Address: 3393 Peachtree Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30326
Woodruff: 11AM, 12PM, 1PM, 2PM, 3PM
Lenox: 11:30AM, 12PM, 1:30PM, 2PM, 3:30PM, 4:30PM

Asian Square Buford highway (February 4th)
Address: 5150 US-23, Doraville, GA 30340
Woodruff: 11AM, 12PM, 1PM, 2PM
Asian Sq: 11:30AM, 12PM, 1:30PM, 2PM, 3:30PM

Ponce City (Feb 10th)
Address: 675 Ponce De Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30308
Woodruff: 5PM, 6PM, 7PM
Ponce: 5:30PM, 6PM, 7:30PM, 8PM, 9PM 


CC Culture Shock Sunset

CultureShock is College Council's annual event that showcases and celebrates the diversity that makes our campus unique as well as promotes the overall unity within the Emory community. Itstarted in Fall 2013 with the purpose to enhance school spirit, cultural diversity, collaborativeunity, and community engagement, which are the four tents that comprise the basis for CC’s outreach to the community. Different divisions of Campus Life including SILT and RACE as well as various cultural and performance groups come together to share and celebrate the different cultures at Emory. In addition, a special keynote speaker will often be invited to share their experienceand cultural values.


Art for Heart

Art for Heart aims to close art accessibility gaps across communities nationwide by combating financial and resource inequities for rising artists while providing them with opportunities to learn and apply art skills in the context of the social movements around us. Our network facilitates collaboration across city-wide art HUBs and institutions of education to support rising artists and activists to rise against inequality.

The Artivist Market is a local art market held near universities. The goal of the Artivist Market is to foster an appreciation of local art through selling cost-effective prints and merchandise catering to the younger population. The majority of sales will go towards the artist’s income while the 10% commission fee goes towards funding Art for Heart’s operations and scholarship fund.