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Teaching at Emory

A collection of links, resources, and information for teaching at Emory.

OUE Page

The Office for Undergraduate Education puts out a page with information that instructors can copy to their syllabus in whole or part, updated annually. It is available here:

Dates and Calendars

Policy Statements

(Last updated February 2022)

The following statements are crafted by their respective departments and recommended for inclusion on syllabi.


Honor Council:

The Honor Code is in effect throughout the semester. By taking this course, you affirm that it is a violation of the code to cheat on exams, to plagiarize, to deviate from the teacher's instructions about collaboration on work that is submitted for grades, to give false information to a faculty member, and to undertake any other form of academic misconduct. You agree that the instructor is entitled to move you to another seat during examinations, without explanation. You also affirm that if you witness others violating the code you have a duty to report them to the honor council.


Office of Accessibility Services:

If you anticipate issues related to the format or requirements of this course, please meet with me. I would like us to discuss ways to ensure your full participation in the course. If you determine that disability related accommodations are necessary, you may register with Accessibility Services at (404)727-9877 or via e-mail at To register with OAS, students must self-identify and initiate contact with the OAS office.


Writing Center:

The Emory Writing Center (EWC) is open year-round to support writers (students, staff, and faculty) in Emory College, the Laney Graduate School, the School of Nursing, and the Medical Imaging Program. We offer one-on-one remote and in-person tutoring for writers working on a range of composition projects (essays, applications, reports, theses, etc.), at any stage of the writing process (from brainstorming to final revisions). Writing Center tutors work on idea development, structure, use of sources, style, grammar, and more. We are not a proofreading or editing service, but rather offer strategies and resources writers can use as they compose, revise, and edit their own work. Tutors also support the literacy needs of English Language Learners (ELL); several tutors are trained ELL Specialists. The Writing Center is located in Callaway N111 and a maximum of two appointments are allowed each week.

You can learn more about the Emory Writing Center and make an appointment on our website: Our opening day each semester is set one week after the add/drop/swap deadline, to allow for our tutors to finalize their schedules. Please review our policies before your first appointment, including our new policy on inclusivity and respect:

Resources for Students

The following list covers Emory resources for students you may wish to include on your syllabus: