Yes, students who are awarded a private scholarship may use it as a credit towards the bill before the funds are received by providing our office with a copy of the scholarship notice. 

Yes, students are required to have a meal plan and the cost is included in the price for combined Housing & Meal Plan. You will automatically be enrolled in the 225 semester block plan and no further action is required unless you want to change from the default plan. More information on meal plan options is available at https://emmanuel.cafebonappetit.com/mealplans/. Should you want to change from your default plan, you can update your meal plan by completing the meal plan selection form.    

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts requires that all students enrolled at least ¾ time have health insurance coverage. Each year students are required to either enroll in or waive enrollment in the College's Student Health Insurance Program.

If you already have health insurance and would like to waive enrollment in the College’s plan, and have the $3,500 student insurance premium removed from your bill, you must submit a 2021-2022 health insurance waiver by August 4, 2021.

If you are a new student for the Spring 2022 semester and already have health insurance, you must submit a 2021-2022 health insurance waiver by January 7, 2022 to waive enrollment in the College’s plan and have the $2,200 student insurance premium removed from your bill.

To review the details of the College’s plan and to complete the enrollment or waiver form, visit www.universityhealthplans.com.

No, book costs are not included in the tuition bill. Average book costs are approximately $1,000 for the academic year and vary depending on the student’s program of study and how they choose to purchase books. The Emmanuel College Bookstore is a great resource for finding the most cost-effective way to access needed course materials. In addition to new and used books, e-books and book rentals are available.

If you applied for financial aid and your aid does not credit your bill, additional information may be needed to complete your financial aid application. To view these requirements login to EC Online Services and select “Financial Aid.” From the drop-down menu select “Required Documents.”

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