When Meghan Larkin '19 was a first-year student at Emmanuel, she paid close attention to her resident assistants (RAs) and became inspired by the effort they put into creating a positive living environment.
Emmanuel at a Glance
No camera tricks here. Emmanuel's home in the heart of Boston is a huge part of the student experience, from internships and employment to entertainment and cultural experiences.
The Maureen Murphy Wilkens Science Center is designed to foster interactive learning and community building. Here, students conduct research side-by-side with faculty members and take full advantage of our location in the Longwood Medical and Academic Area.
The Art Department, located on the fifth floor of the Eisner Administration Building, offers gallery space as well as studios for printmaking, painting, ceramics, photography, graphic design and more.
Emmanuel's newest residence hall, an 18-story, apartment-style tower, offer the best of both worlds: independent, apartment-style living on campus in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood.
The McCafferty Career Center serves students at all stages of their Emmanuel journey, beginning on day one and extending through graduation. They offer students direct access to recruiters at prestigious Boston organizations through both on-campus and off-campus events.
The Jean Yawkey Center is the "living room" of Emmanuel's campus. It's your student center, your dining hall, your gym and fitness center, your place to meet up with friends...all rolled into one.
The gymnasium, located in the Jean Yawkey Center, is home to the Saints for both practice and competition. With bleacher seating for up to 1400, game nights become the place to be for the EC Superfans.
Roberto Clemente Field, located in Boston's Back Bay Fens, serves as Emmanuel's home field, as well as an important community recreational resource. The complex features a 120,000-square-foot, NCAA-regulation synthetic turf field, a three-lane, rubberized all-weather track and more.