This is just my opinion and advice here, but i think you need to approach this essay a little differently.
What are the unique qualities of Emory University, and the specific school(s) to which you are applying (Emory College of Arts and Sciences, Oxford College, or both), that make you want to become part of Emory University? In what ways do you hope to take advantage of the qualities you have identified?
I think when they give you prompts like these, the admission officers want to know a little about you, and how you have qualities that would help you fit in at that University. Try to write about yourself and at the same time highlight how everything that Emory provides corresponds to what you seek from a college.
To me, the campus is one of the most unique qualities Emory offers.
It's definitely okay to mention the campus but that seems to occupy the main body of your essay. You need to focus on the Major (The specific college within Emory) that you would like to attend, because that is what the prompt is asking for.
By attending Emory, I will be able to meet outstanding students that make a significant impact on our society. I will be able to look back and know that I was once in the same class as the Einstein of my generation.
Are you sure that you want to write something like that? Emory University looks for unique and outstanding individuals. Those lines suggest that you're an average student looking to interacting with the above-average, instead of being or becoming above average. They look for high achievers, so try to portray yourself as one. Remember that these essays are your only opportunity to show them how different you are from the remaining applicant pool. Use it to your advantage in every way possible.
Again, that's just my opinion. I'm sure you'll be able to work things out and finish up with a great essay. Good luck!