Summer Conferences

Summer Conferences

Ideally located in the heart of Boston’s vibrant Fenway neighborhood, Emmanuel College offers a summer conference and housing experience that models the best of all worlds—all of the advantages of the City within a small, secure campus tucked away from Boston’s buzz.

Our convenient, affordable accommodations offer more than just a place to sleep. With full dining facilities, a myriad of meeting and event spaces, and quick access to the global city of Boston’s cultural and entertainment resources, let Emmanuel College enhance your summer program beyond your expectations.

Emmanuel College is ready to book your 2022 meeting or conference. Please contact us at to discuss your meeting or conference and understand how we provide you with everything you need for a successful event.

About Emmanuel

Our emphasis on liberal arts and sciences education serves as the foundation for the College's Summer Conference & Housing Program. We currently welcome more than 1,000 summer guests from academically-focused middle- and high-school-aged programs, as well as college-aged students with coursework, employment or internships in the greater Boston area. As the College enters its second century with an exciting new housing option, we are enthusiastic about expanding our conference and housing program and are eager to see if Emmanuel could be the right fit for you.

Emmanuel's overnight accommodations are available within traditional residence halls and our brand new 18-floor, apartment-style building.

We offer restaurant-quality dining and catering through our food-service provider, Bon Appétit.

Host your conference and program events within Emmanuel's 30+ state-of-the-art classrooms and five major event spaces with capacities ranging from 14-2,400.

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If you are interested in hosting your summer conference or program at Emmanuel, complete this form and a member of our team will be in touch.

Individual Housing Available

If you are interested in summer housing for an individual rather than a group, please visit our summer housing page.

Take a Closer Look at our New Residence Hall

We're pleased to offer a new, exciting housing option with our 18-story, apartment-style residence hall.

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