As a high school student Benjamin Craig's motto was, "Here's my plate, load it on." He brought that mentality with him to Emmanuel, where he has always been ready to take on a new opportunity.
Find quick links and resources to answer your questions—from "what's for dinner?" to "what's my next career move?"
Download the Emmanuel College Student App for quick access to Emmanuel resources while you’re on the go! Book study space, schedule appointments, see what’s cooking in the dining hall and more!
This year's Bike Week will be held from May 11-19. There will be free events, food, bike check-ups and more in the Longwood Medical Area. Even if you don't ride a bike, you are more than welcome to participate. Who knows, maybe it will inspire you to ride!
Pre-registration is not required for events except for the Landry's Bike Check-Ups. These fill up fast, so register soon before they fill up! Registration links can be found on the Bike Week website.
Lastly, for those who may not know, the MassCommute Bike Challenge is an opportunity for cyclists to log miles and be eligible to win prizes during Bike Week. This year's theme is "Just Keep Cycling" and the t-shirts registrants can receive are turquoise! If you participated last year, you can use the same account. (Make sure to check your spam filter if re-activation emails aren't coming through.) Winners will receive their prizes at the Bike Bash, being held at Flat Top Johnny's on Wednesday, May 22. In past years, MASCO members have been award winners and are recognized at the event. The Bike Bash is free and open to the public, so even if you don't participate in MCBC, you are welcome to attend.
Please see the CommuteWorks website for complete details about Bike Week and the MassCommute Bike Challenge. For questions, please contact Emily Breitbart, CommuteWorks Coordinator at 617-632-2796 or email@example.com
Due to the weather forecast, the MASCO Bike Breakfast will now be held on Thursday, May 16 instead of May 15. Please notify your constituents of this change. It is also updated on the Bike Week website.
To kick off the 2019-2020 academic year, the Career Center will host a Career Conference featuring a series of breakout sessions on interviewing, job searching and more, as well as a keynote address from Higher Education Digital Engagement Consultant Eric Stroller, on Friday, September 20, from 1:00-5:30 p.m.
Registration opens May 1!
To: The Emmanuel College Community
From: Sister Janet Eisner, SND, President
Date: April 18, 2019
Re: 2019 Recipients of Emmanuel Faculty Excellence Awards
I am pleased to announce this year's recipients of the Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award and the Faculty Excellence in Service to the Community Award.
Patterson Rogers, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Math Education, is the 2019 recipient of the Emmanuel College Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award. The Faculty Excellence in Teaching Committee selected Professor Rogers for her passion for teaching, commitment to her discipline and dedication to her students' academic success.
Melanie Leussis, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychology, is the 2019 recipient of the Emmanuel College Faculty Excellence in Service to the Community Award, in honor of Professor Christine Jaworek-Lopes. The Faculty Excellence in Service to the Community Committee selected Professor Leussis for her commitment to service which impacts positively Emmanuel students, faculty and the community.
We look forward to recognizing Dr. Rogers and Dr. Leussis during the 97th Commencement Exercises on Saturday, May 11.
Congratulations to the newly elected members of the Student Government Association for the 2019–2020 academic year!
Executive President: Brendan Hardie
Executive Vice President: Rachel Phalen
Executive Resident Representative: Isabelle Russell
Executive Representative of Diversity & Inclusion: Anna Hebner
Executive Commuter Representative: To Be Appointed
CLASS OF 2020
Class of 2020 President: Liam Arteaga
Class of 2020 Vice President: Hayden DeGeorge
Class of 2020 Treasurer: Colleen Malloy
Class of 2020 Secretary: Patrick Carty
CLASS OF 2021
Class of 2021 President: Maureen Quinn
Class of 2021 Vice President: Luchiano Montero
Class of 2021 Treasurer: To Be Appointed
Class of 2021 Secretary: Giovanni Ortiz
CLASS OF 2022
Class of 2022 President: Molly Keane
Class of 2022 Vice President: Eileen Milien
Class of 2022 Treasurer: Maeve Keane
Class of 2022 Secretary: Zach Lebreiro
For safety reasons, all members of the Emmanuel community are requested to adhere to the following protocol when being picked up or dropped off by either Uber, Lyft or Taxi vehicles.
The Dept. of Conservation and Recreation has posted signs "No pick-up or Discharge of passengers" on the Fenway adjacent to the Emmanuel College entrances, both the Loretto and main gate.
Users of any of the above services are requested to instruct the driver to pull onto campus and pick-up or drop off just prior to the crosswalk adjacent to the Administration building.
Officers in the parking booth will advise drivers of this protocol as well.Any questions regarding this issue or any other Public Safety issue, Please stop at Campus Safety located in room 139 in the Admin. building.
Come out to the EC Quad for our annual involvement fair, a showcase of all of our student organizations, clubs and areas of campus involvement.