Nestled in Atlanta’s affluent Druid Hills neighborhood, Emory University is a private research university founded by the Methodist Episcopal Church. It offers more than 80 majors and 40 doctoral programs, and more than half of the school’s undergraduates participate in faculty research projects. Most students study business, nursing and biology. The university offers partial- and full-tuition merit-based scholarships through its Emory Scholars Program. Emory students can participate in over 500 clubs and organizations, and 26% of undergraduates join one of 34 Greek chapters.