Emory & Henry College has four locations for learning all located in Southwest Virginia.
Our 168-acre campus is located in the rural village of Emory, Va., accessible from the I-81 corridor near the Tri-Cities area. Founded in 1836, Emory & Henry’s central campus—the oldest in Southwest Virginia—is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Our campus has academic and student success facilities for students to excel in learning and professional growth. Our campus is surrounded by beautiful mountains where our students can live and play in a relaxing, small-town environment. Our campus has various options for residence halls, dining, fitness and recreation, community service, and involvement. Alumni, family and friends travel to our campus for athletic competitions and other exciting events.
In 2014, Emory & Henry College purchased the former site for Smyth County Community Hospital in Marion, Va. to create a new learning center for higher education in healthcare.
The Health Sciences Campus features state-of-the-art learning facilities including the Clinical Simulation Lab and the Falls Preventions Center. Additionally, students can purchase class materials and College merchandise at the Mini Mercantile.
From a 72-acre land donation in 2011, this property in Glade Spring, Va. provides outdoor education and research for students, faculty and the local community. The field station offers innovative field-based education programs and research facilities for those wishing to study and research the Appalachian forest and river ecosystems.