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Eastern Mennonite University - For Junior High

Find out what makes EMU a Christian university like no other!
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Andrew Strack

on 13 November 2015

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EMU is a Christian university
like no other.
You’ll be known,
You’ll study,
touch football,
outdoor adventures,
trivia night,
glow dance,
Experience life
across cultures
Play intercollegiate
or intramural sports
or just cheer.
15 varsity sports
mentors.
Average aid package is around
$25,000
Start visiting colleges your junior year (or even earlier).
Do research with faculty
academic programs
over 45
majors & minors
– maybe in Hawaii or
at the Chesapeake Bay.
pizza parties,
30
other student organizations
Washington Community Scholars' Center
internships, classes,
living with friends
in EMU-owned house
Athletes are
Coaches are
scholars.
per year
Sports
Great food
snack shop
dining hall
©The Phillies 2012
Photo by Miles Kennedy
Alumnus Erik Kratz ’02 is shown catching for the Philadelphia Phillies.
Dorms where you can
Get a job
in small classes.
like most EMU grads.
or be admitted to grad school,
caring
Have professors
and have fun.
develop friends for life,
rooted in the values of faith,
community and service.
fun in the game room,
music,
sand volleyball
and over
Ultimate Frisbee
wireless throughout campus.
or find a quiet study spot;
with friends
bake cookies
all day
coffeehouse
Find our bison during
your campus tour.
to expand your horizons
and be attractive to
employers and grad schools.
from Washington D.C. to China
(and enjoy free
Kline’s ice cream)
nearly
100%
of undergrads get financial aid.
they’ll count when it comes to being admitted and getting scholarships.
Keep up your grades –
senior year to be at
the head of the line.
in your
Apply early
At EMU,
Nathan Bontrager '07
music graduate student,
Essen, Germany
(music performance major)
Leymah Gbowee MA '07
Nobel Peace Laureate 2011
(MA in conflict transformation)
Karissa Sauder ’10
Harvard Law School student
(liberal arts major, pre-law minor)
India
China
Galápagos
Islands
The
Middle
East
South
Africa
Guatemala
Morocco
Lithuania
The stars indicate all the places EMU has gone on cross-cultural.
New Zealand
Davi Soesilo ’05 - VFX data wrangler - recently for Wolverine, Unbroken, & Terra Nova series
(communication & theater majors)
Earthkeepers, Young Life,
Follow us on social media!
@EMUadmissions
@easternmennoniteu
Eastern Mennonite University
Use to let us know that you’re on campus and be entered to win cool EMU gear!
#EMUview
Approx.
Average HS GPA: 3.39
1,000
students
are enrolled as undergrads.
This is Herm, the EMU mascot.
As you watch this presentation, see how many Herms you can find.
Follow us on social media!
@EMUadmissions
@easternmennoniteu
Eastern Mennonite University
Use to let us know that you’re on campus and be entered to win cool EMU gear!
#EMUview
3.43
1,200
EMU has had straight years of traditional undergraduate enrollment growth.
seven
The first year class in the fall of 2015 was the largest since the 1980s!
NEW FACILITIES
We just finished a $7.3 million renovation of the Science Center; a second phase is underway
Roselawn has been renovated from residence hall to high tech academic and office space
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