Frequently Asked Questions

What is the cost to attend?

Emmanuel is committed to providing quality degree and certificate programs at an affordable price.  Tuition and fees by program (Business and Management, Education and Nursing) is available here.

Is financial aid available?

Yes!  The Financial Aid & Scholarships page provides information about grants, scholarships and student loans along with application procedures.  Available funding includes:

  • Emmanuel-funded tuition scholarships
  • Federal and state need-based grants
  • Federal TEACH grant
  • Federal Student Loans
  • Military & Veteran's Benefits

Additionally, many employers offer tuition benefits to their employees.  Please contact your employer to find out if you qualify for tuition remission or tuition reimbursement benefits.

How do I receive a bill?

The tuition bill is made available to registered students via EC Online Services two weeks prior to the beginning of each semester.  Payment is due prior to the start of classes for each session or semester. 

Who can I contact for questions?

For questions regarding the costs to attend, payment options, and financial aid, please contact Student Financial Services by telephone at 617 735-9938 or e-mail at financialservices@emmanuel.edu.  The Office of Student Financial Services is open Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm.

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