Housing & Transportation

Housing & Transportation

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 unique neighborhoods (including Decatur, Druid Hills, Candler Park, Kirkwood, Avondale Estates, East Lake, Midtown, Virginia Highlands, Grant Park, Inman Park, Little Five Points, Old Fourth Ward, and Buckhead), Atlanta offers something for everyone.

Housing

Emory University does not offer on-campus housing for graduate and professional students, nor does Candler School of Theology have a housing department. Below are a number of resources that graduate and professional students have found helpful in their housing search.

Apartments Near Emory

None of the listings is affiliated with Candler or Emory. They have been recommended by students based on their proximity to campus, amenities, and costs.

Apartments, Single Rooms, and Houses to Let

Roommate Matching Resources

Alternative Housing Resources

Transportation

Emory is well connected to the greater Atlanta area, so there are many ways to get to and from campus.

 


If you are interested in posting a rental opportunity for Candler students, please complete the Off-Campus Rental Form. You may fax (404.727.2915) or email (candleradmissions@emory.edu) the information to our office. Please note that your listing will remain active for three months. Please call us at 404.727.6326 or email us if the property is rented, or in the event that you would like to extend the listing.

Neighborhoods Near Emory

*Photo credit is given to www.environsrealestate.com/atlanta-neighborhoods/

emory neighborhood map