Admissions + Aid

Counselor Newsletter – January 2017

Deadline Reminder

We have had a large number of students applying under our early action programs, but there is still one deadline remaining if your students have expressed interest in us: our February 15 Regular Decision admission application deadline!

Scholarship Deadline

At Emmanuel, we believe that our education is a shared partnership between the student, his or her parents and the College. To that end, we offer merit-based scholarships and awards, grants, loans and work-study options. Students are automatically considered for all merit-based scholarships and awards when they apply through February 15th, our Regular Decision admission deadline. To explore our aid philosophy further, please visit our Student Financial Services webpages.

New Area of Study

The course offerings in our Business & Economics Department are growing even more robust! We are pleased to introduce a new marketing concentration within our management major. Our intention is to prepare students to excel in extensive and diversified career opportunities in areas such as advertising, public relations, sales, brand management, social media and retail. Learn more.

Upcoming Events

Emmanuel hosts accepted student days in February and April as well as shadow days and overnights for accepted students considering us. Additionally, we have Explore Emmanuel Day, which is an event for juniors and even sophomores beginning to undertake the college search process. Have your students watch their mailboxes and contact us with questions!

Emmanuel College News

"Laramie Project" Actors Awarded, Invited to Perform Excerpt at Kennedy Center Festival

Emmanuel Science Students Present at National Science Conferences
January has been a busy month for chemistry major Sadie Piatt '18 and biology major Raquel Ferreira '18! The two students of Associate Professor of Physics Allen Price recently presented at the national Supporting Inclusion of Underrepresented Peoples (SPIN UP) workshop and at the Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics, both held at Harvard.