Institutional information is often required by sponsors for proposal development and submission. This information is maintained and updated by the Office of Sponsored Programs.
Name: Emmanuel College
Address: 400 The Fenway, Boston, MA 02115-5725
Congressional District: MA - 008
Type of Organization: Private, non-profit, educational
Incorporated in: Massachusetts
Date of incorporation: April 12, 1921
Number of employees: 378 full-time faculty and staff; 335 part-time faculty and staff
IRS tax exemption: Letter dated March 1946
Federal Employer I.D. (TIN) #: 04-2105769
Mass. Tax Exempt #: 04-2105769
Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) code #: 3NTF8
DUNS Contractor #: 091503201
Federal Wide Protection of Human Subjects Assurance #: IRB00005520
DHHS Animal Welfare Assurance #: n/a at present
NSF Institutional Code #: 000524544
Facilities & Administrative (F&A) Costs: This is also referred to as "indirect costs" or "overhead."
Date of F&A Agreement: August 14, 2012
Period Covered by F&A Agreement: July 1, 2011 - June 30, 2014
F&A Costs Rate: 58.8% applied to base of modified total direct costs (MTDC)
Modified Total Direct Costs (MTDC) consist of all salaries and wages, fringe benefits, materials, supplies (except office supplies), services, travel.
MTDC excludes equipment, capital expenditures, patient costs, tuition remission, rental costs of off-site facilities, scholarships, fellowships.
Fringe Benefits Rate: 25% is applied to base of salaries and wages of full-time employees, and 7.65% is applied to base of salaries and wages of part-time employees.
Cognizant Audit Agency:
Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)
Program Support Center
26 Federal Plaza, Room 41-122
New York, New York 10278
On behalf of Emmanuel College, who is authorized to sign applications and proposals for submission to external sponsors? Kathleen Redmond, M.S., Sponsored Programs Administrator, Office of Sponsored Programs
On behalf of Emmanuel College, who is authorized to accept/execute grants and contracts for sponsored programs? Joyce A. De Leo, Ph.D., Vice President of Academic Affairs