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You've made your decision. Now, it's time to let us know you're coming to Emmanuel in the fall as a member of the entering class. You can let us know anytime on or before May 1, 2017, by submitting your deposit online, or by mailing your enrollment form and deposit to the Office of Admissions.
After you submit your enrollment form and enrollment deposit, you will receive an e-mail prompting you to set up your student e-mail account so you can log in to the MySaints portal. You will need access to MySaints to complete assessments and your housing form.
After you create your Emmanuel e-mail account, you will receive information about Orientation. Orientation is a two-day (one overnight), mandatory program for all new students. Prior to your arrival, you will receive an online booklet with everything you need to know about registration, information on accessing disability services, areas of student involvement, mission and ministry, residence life and Boston visitor information.
Everyone is required to attend Orientation, and you must register between May 1–May 31.
Summer 2017 Orientation dates:
- June 12–13*
- June 15–16
- June 19–20
- June 22–23
As another option, there is a September Orientation session. This session is immediately before the start of classes, so you would not have to make a separate trip to Boston. Email email@example.com with questions or to learn how to register for the September Orientation session.
*Transfer students must attend the June 12–13 session.
As a new student, you must take the online Assessment of Foundation Skills in math and language before registering for classes. This will be available on the MySaints portal after May 1.
Living on campus this fall? If so, you will need to complete the Residence Life and Housing Lease and Preferences Questionnaire as soon as it becomes available on the MySaints portal in mid-May. The last day to submit your form is June 26, 2017. Watch your Emmanuel e-mail for more information.
As a new student, Emmanuel must receive your final, official high school transcript before the first day of classes in the fall. If you took a college course while in high school, Emmanuel will need that final, official transcript as well. Transfer students: Emmanuel must have your final, official high school and college transcripts from all colleges attended, even for only one course. Be sure to request your final, official high school transcript from your Guidance/College Counseling Office at your high school and/or the Registrar's Office at your college. Get your request in early! Not submitting final grades will delay your ability to obtain transfer credit and register for appropriate classes at Emmanuel.
International students must schedule an appointment with the local U.S. Embassy in their home country after receiving an I-20 from Emmanuel. For further information and instructions, please contact the Office of Admissions.
The Entrance Health Report must be completed and signed by your physician and received at Emmanuel College by August 1, 2017.
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts requires all students enrolled at least 3/4 time to be enrolled in a health insurance plan. In 2016-2017, the health insurance premium was $2,361; the 2017-2018 health insurance premium will be available in June 2017.
If you have comparable health insurance coverage provided by a United States health insurance provider, you may waive enrollment in this plan by completing the health insurance waiver form. Those without qualifying coverage will need to complete the Health Insurance Enrollment Form. Both the enrollment and waiver forms are available at www.universityhealthplans.com.
The deadline to complete the waiver or enrollment from is August 9, 2017.
In early July, you will receive a tuition bill for the fall 2017 semester. The bill is due August 9, 2017. Before the bill becomes available you may estimate your approximate balance by subtracting any financial aid received from the costs outlined in the Guide to Financing and Financial Aid included with your award. If you or your parent(s) are considering borrowing with a private loan, you may want to review loan options beginning in May. If you are enrolling in Emmanuel’s interest-free monthly payment plan, the first payment is due on July 15, 2017.
To learn more about payment options, please visit emmanuel.edu/paymentoptions. Or contact the office of Student Financial Services.
The first weekend in September is an important one—it's when you move into your Emmanuel residence hall and are welcomed as a new student on our campus. New students move into their residence halls on Sunday, September 3. If you are not planning to live in a residence hall, you should still set aside this weekend to be on campus. Further details about the date, your arrival time and an agenda for the New Student Welcome is forthcoming. Stay tuned for more information!
Wednesday, September 6 is the first day of classes for the Fall 2017 semester. International students: The program start date on your I-20 is September 6, 2017. You may enter the United States up to 30 days BEFORE, BUT NO LATER THAN September 6, 2017. If there is any reason you cannot arrive by this date you MUST contact Office of Admissions immediately. Permission to arrive late is difficult and depends on your situation.
New Student Orientation
To welcome you into our community, we provide an Orientation program that is designed to make the transition to Emmanuel as seamless as possible for you and your family. This comprehensive program will include course selection, academic advising, educational sessions and a chance to meet your classmates. It will also provide you with the information you will need to become an active, successful and contributing member of the Emmanuel College community!
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?"