Visits and Events

    We recognize that this is an unprecedented college search process and to help provide more time and options for you and your family we have extended the Early Action 1 deadline until November 15. Students who apply by this deadline will receive an admission decision by mid-December. Please contact the Office of Admissions at 617-735-9715 or admissions@emmanuel.edu with questions. 

Visits and Events

We are please to offer campus tours by appointment only. In addition we have created several virtual opportunities to understand Life as a Saint. Whether you want to attend a campus tour, virtual information session or get all your pressing questions answered during a one-on-one meeting with your admission counselor, this is an excellent resource to help you kick-off the college search and learn more about the Emmanuel community.

Campus Tours

Learn what it’s like to be an Emmanuel student!  Our student-guided tours give you a first-hand experience to our community as you explore our home at 400 The Fenway. This personalized visit experience will allow you to hear about life in and outside of the classroom. Tours are offered Monday-Friday on the hour from 9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Saturday and Sunday visits are also available. Tours are by appointment only.

TransferThursdays

Connect with our current students every other Tuesday beginning on October 20 at 6:00 PM. Hear directly from the source on a variety of topics including campus life, community service, athletics, and more! Each session will also feature a live Q&A.

Admissions Information Session Webinars

Information session webinars are held daily Monday-Friday and on select evenings during the week. Weekend webinars are held at 11:00 A.M. and 1:00 P.M.

These sessions are recommended for current Seniors, Juniors, and Sophomores. The webinar will feature an admissions counselor and a current student who will share experiences from the Emmanuel College community while highlighting our academic and co-curricular programs.

Virtual Interviews

Interviews are a great way for you to learn more about Emmanuel and for our admissions counselors to learn more about you, your academic interests, extracurricular passions and college plans. Interviews are encouraged for Seniors, but not required, as part of the application process.

At Open House you'll gain insights into your academic areas of interest, while speaking with current students and faculty. You'll also have the opportunity to speak with representatives from Student Affairs, Athletics, Study Abroad, the Colleges of the Fenway, and take our Virtual Tour!

Emmanuel will host Virtual Open House on Saturday, November 14.

Faculty and Student Conversations

There's no substitute for the knowledge that comes from personal experience so, if you have questions about classes, activities and life at Emmanuel, let us know. We’ll connect you with an Emmanuel expert who will reach out to discuss what matters to you most.

 

Connect with us on Social Media

We post a lot of stories and takeovers on Instagram, where you can ask questions of EC students and staff and watch previous takeovers. We love highlighting upcoming programs, cool things happening on campus and answering questions in a casual way.

Schedule a High School Virtual Info Session

In lieu of the traditional high school visit we will be offering virtual Emmanuel info session webinars! We are also hosting workshops on Application Preparation and the College Essay. If you are interested in scheduling a presentation for you and your students fill out this form and an admissions counselor will connect with you shortly.

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