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Governance and Programming Groups

A listing of governance and programming boards at Emmanuel College Boston.

Interested in student government or planning campus-wide events? You can click on any group name to connect with a representative via email, or e-mail osamp@emmanuel.edu and we can connect you with the group of your choice!

Student Government Association
Executive President: Brendan Hardie
Advisors: Dr. Joe Onofrietti and Daniel Darcy
The Student Government Association of Emmanuel College provides exceptional leadership to the Emmanuel Community through the thoughtful advocacy of student interests, conscientious and prudent management of the Student Activities Fee and dedicated representation of the entire student body. The Student Government Association shall strive to uphold the highest value of a Catholic Education while governing with a constant focus towards improving and maintaining the student experience.

Class of 2020
SGA class officers, representing the Senior class.
PresidentLiam Arteaga
Advisor: Dr. Joe Onofrietti, Dean of Students and Alissa Lynch

Class of 2021
SGA class officers, representing the Junior Class
PresidentMaureen Quinn
Advisor: Deirdre Bradley-Turner, Mission & Ministry

Class of 2022
SGA class officers, representing the Sophomore Class
President: Molly Keane
Advisors: Susan Aguiar, Academic Advising and Susan Benzie, Residence Life and Housing

Class of 2023
SGA class officers, representing the First Year Class
PresidentIsaiah Crayton
Advisors: Alexa Trainor, New Student Engagement and Transition and Diana Estime

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