History and secondary ed major Michael Rainha left Emmanuel prepared to succeed in a classroom of his own thanks to dedicated professors, supportive peers and a career-solidifying practicum at North Quincy High School.
Enhancing the academic integration of first-year students.
The Emmanuel College community is here to help our newest undergraduates make a smooth transition to life as students at Emmanuel.
This fall, all first-year students are encouraged to take part in the Surviving First Year Team Challenge. The Team Challenge (#TCatEC) is a semester-long competition that aims to engage and support students academically, socially and culturally.
Each week, students who complete the most challenges win prizes. Challenges include things like attending campus events, making an appointment at the ARC or with an advisor, and even taking advantage of the many opportunities living in Boston has to offer. By taking part in the Team Challenge, students can learn more about campus resources, connect with their professors, make new friends, build a support network, and win cool prizes!
The goal of this program is to increase student success by enhancing the integration of first-year students into the Emmanuel community. Supporting this goal are the following objectives:
|One||What’s a liberal arts education anyways?|
|Three||Expectations vs. Reality|
|Four||Who You Need to Know|
|Five||90% of Success is Showing Up|
|Six||You mean I should leave campus?|
|Eight||College is More Than Just a Degree|
|Ten||You’ve Got This!|