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Directions to Emory Continuing Education

Emory Continuing Education is currently located at Executive Park in Atlanta, GA. However, we do host some courses in other locations. You can learn more about all of our locations below.

Locations

2635 Century Pkwy

Beginning July 15, 2019, ECE and OLLI at Emory will be moving to a new home within the Century Center complex.

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Executive Park

Most ECE courses are held at 6 Executive Park Dr.

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Emory Campus

Select courses and programs are held on Emory's main campus in the School of Nursing.

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ECE Online

ECE offers some of its courses and programs online.

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Location Policies

CE classes on Emory's campus and at Emory-area locations will follow Emory University guidelines -- students and instructors should call 404.727.1234 and/or check the Emory homepage for information regarding University closings due to inclement weather.

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As per Emory University policy: using, possessing, or storing any weapons or fireworks, explosives, or dangerous or flammable chemicals on university premises is forbidden without authorization and/or express permission from a university official.

Emory officially became a tobacco-free campus on January 1, 2012, prohibiting smoking and tobacco use by all persons, including students and visitors, on Emory University and Emory Healthcare properties. “Emory property” is defined as:
  • All interior space owned, rented, or leased by Emory;
  • All outside property or grounds owned or wholly leased by Emory, including parking areas – this applies to private vehicles while they are on Emory property and Emory vehicles
Please be aware that the use of all tobacco products is prohibited on our property, grounds, or parking areas. “Tobacco products” are defined as:
  • Cigarettes
  • Cigars
  • Pipes
  • All forms of smokeless tobacco
  • Clove cigarettes
  • Any other smoking devices that use tobacco such as hookahs, or simulate the use of tobacco such as electronic cigarettes.
More information on Tobacco-Free Emory.