Congratulations on your acceptance into Emmanuel College!
Here, there is no goal too ambitious when you make the commitment to
"GO ALL IN."
Do you know Emmanuel College is the place you want to spend your next four years? Once you are ready to "go all in" (but no later than May 1!), submit your enrollment form and enrollment deposit ($500 for resident students or $300 for commuter students) online or by mail to the Office of Admissions.
For members of the class entering in Fall 2017, EC Incoming (Emmanuel’s accepted student days) will take place on April 8! Take this opportunity to imagine life as a Saint, meeting your future classmates and professors and experiencing firsthand all that Emmanuel has to offer.
Register here for the April 8 event. You may also contact the Office of Admissions to R.S.V.P. via e-mail, by phone (617-735-9715) or by sending us the reply card enclosed with your invitation. Each accepted student may bring up to two guests. If you can't attend one of our accepted student days, be sure to visit Emmanuel for a tour, shadow day or even an overnight.
Make sure you have a current passport that is valid at least six months into the future. It is your responsibility to be aware of the expiration date and to renew it when appropriate. Should you need to renew or update your passport, contact your local government embassy.
Your I-20 application form, which you have received in your application packet, should be completed and submitted as soon as possible if you are planning to enroll at Emmanuel College. You can also find the document here. If you have any questions about the I-20 application, please contact the Office of Admissions.
Emmanuel’s liberal arts and sciences education focuses on interdisciplinary studies and professional preparation that will equip you with a relevant, 21st-century education and an ethical framework that will inspire you to apply your talents and intelligence in service to the world. Our active community and unmatched location in Boston provide limitless opportunities to expand your intellectual, personal and professional horizons. You’ll benefit from close collaborations with accomplished faculty members and the personal development derived from the Catholic intellectual tradition—and use those skills in classroom settings, community service activities and hands-on internships at world-class organizations.
From the moment you arrive on campus as a new student, you will start building a success plan to guide you in achieving all that you set out to accomplish. Get ready to dream big, work hard and shape the most exciting and rewarding years of your life.
How will you "go all in?"